146 Emiratis graduate from du training scheme
Dubai, December 25, 2012
A total of 146 Emirati employees recently graduated from the Masar training programme offered by UAE’s telecom operator du, which aim to develop technical and business language skills.
The event was managed and delivered by Graduate Trainees from the Masar programme.
Ahmad bin Byat, chairman, Osman Sultan, CEO, Fahad Al Hassawi, chief human resources and shared services officer, Yaser Obaid, senior vice president, Human Resources, du, and Jamal Khalifa Lootah, senior director National Recruitment & Development presented the graduates with their certificates.
Representatives from each training partner company were also presented with certificates of appreciation for their efforts.
“We congratulate the 146 UAE nationals who have graduated today from the Graduate Trainee, Bedaya and Tamayaz divisions of our Masar programme. They have proven themselves to be dedicated individuals, and given their utmost to achieving excellence throughout their training,” said Ahmad bin Byat.
“I would like to thank each of the graduates for their hard work and sincerity, and would also like to thank our training partners for their efforts in developing our colleagues’ skills and knowledge.”
During the Masar development programme, the trainees were guided through dedicated initiatives.
These included, amongst others, more than 200 one-to-one coaching sessions in line with their individually created Personal Development Programmes (PDPs); tailor-made classroom training programmes; Multaqa networking sessions with renowned guest speakers, and the opportunity to participate in several volunteer programmes. – TradeArabia News Service
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