Etisalat open day targets new graduates
Abu Dhabi, May 21, 2011
Etisalat, the leading telecom service provider in the UAE, recently held an open day in Abu Dhabi aimed at fresh graduates from the National Training Programme.
The National Training Programme is one of the main development programmes in Etisalat that is designed to target fresh young national graduates. The programme provides them with the opportunity to learn and develop, while exploring their potentials and capabilities. The programme attracts all specialties in demand in the telecommunication industry.
More than 150 guests attended the GT Open Day held at Etisalat Academy.
"This event is a gathering of over 100 graduates who were recruited in the programme in 2010 and 2011 in addition to those who finished their university degrees while working in the organization and consequently joined the GT programme,” said Faiez Awadh, senior vice president - Human Resources of Etisalat.
“The programme develops and trains its employees by conducting workshops that aim to inform them of the latest developments in the telecommunications sector in general and Etisalat in particular."
"These youngsters are the future of the organization and we believe that the programme motivates them to cope with the fast pace of development in the telecom sector. It encourages them to commit to their responsibility to the country and to the organization, and benefit from the opportunities presented to them for a bright future,” he added.
“The programme attracts fresh graduates from all fields. We listen to their feedback and suggestions to develop the programme and to facilitate effective communication between them and the management" he concluded.
The programme involves providing 15 months of training to the young national graduates with an opportunity of learning and development.
Professional supervisors helps the graduates discover their potential on how they can positively contribute within areas of specialty. Overall, it will involve effective, efficient and specialized training plan followed by training modules quarterly. – TradeArabia News Service
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