Tanmia gets jobs for 41 Emiratis
Dubai, August 31, 2008
Tanmia has helped 41 UAE nationals, who completed the diploma course in ‘Bridge 2 work’ training programme, find placements in Al Rostamani and Al Gurg Group, two leading UAE private sector business establishments in the country.
A graduation ceremony for the candidates who successfully completed the 20-week course was held at the National Institute of Vocational Education (NIVE), where Al Rostamani offered employment contracts to 20 Emiratis, while Al Gurg gave jobs to 21.
Noora El Bedour, manager of Employment and Skills Development Centre, Tanmia, said, 'We thank the Al Rostamani Group and the Al Gurg Group for supporting our emiratisation efforts in a big way; the support of the private sector is undoubtedly crucial in maximizing employment opportunities for UAE National jobseekers.'
'The selected candidates, having completed the comprehensive course ‘Bridge 2 work’, possess the required skills that will enable them to perform with utmost efficiency at the work place,' she remarked.
The ‘Bridge 2 work’ training programme consists of 20 weeks of classroom and on-the-job training. The diploma course is divided into three phases.
The first phase includes six weeks of study (30 hours per week) leading to an internationally-accredited (BTEC Business and Technology Education Council) diploma in skills for employment.
The second phase comprises six weeks of study for one of the following BTEC credentials selected by the student: BTEC Intermediate Diploma in Customer Services, Business Administration or Retailing.
The third phase of the programme consists of eight weeks of on-the-job training, leading to the Nive Diploma in ‘Bridge 2 work’.-TradeArabia News Service
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