Trainees complete Nestle's programme
Jeddah, June 4, 2013
The first batch of Saudi women university graduates completed the Nestlé Centre of Excellence programmes in Jeddah recently.
The four-week course, which started in March, comprised different training modules such as project management, finance for non-finance, business etiquestte, and advanced Microsoft office, said a statement.
The 15 participants also trained in a real working environment by joining business teams as part of their on the job training, to put their skills into practice within different departments at Nestlé Saudi Arabia.
Yves Manghardt, chairman & CEO, Nestlé Middle East, said: “The Nestlé Centre of Excellence is part of Nestlé’s “Creating Shared Value” initiatives that we established in Saudi Arabia last year. Its mission is to train Saudi graduates up to multinational standards in different fields."
Roger Meguerdichian, country manager, said: "With the Business Executive Programme, we are graduating a new batch of ladies capable to assume different roles within the company. So far a third of trainees are being offered a position in various departments within Nestlé Saudi Arabia." - TradeArabia News Service
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