Kanoo launches e-Learning for staff
Dubai, October 3, 2011
The Kanoo Group, a Gulf-based multi-national company, recently launched its new e-Learning facilities designed to maximize employees’ learning at their own time and pace.
The online training offers scheduled courses to its employees across the UAE who are registered for e-Learning, and have Internet access.
The Group has partnered with New Horizons Computer Learning Centre who will provide the training modules that will meet the diverse needs of the employees.
Employees will be able to train online in the eLearning centre, office station or in their own time from wherever they are just by logging in to the training website.
“Our goal is to impact business performance through improving ability of our organization to acquire, share and retain information and knowledge,” said Pieter Vorster, senior manager, Human Resources and Administration for UAE and Oman. – TradeArabia News Service
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