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Al Jishi Group of Companies offers free training to Bahrainis

MANAMA, July 11, 2021

Nawaf Mohammed Al Jishi Group of Companies has announced its intention to train 36 Bahraini job-seekers in several free training programmes in various occupational health and safety professions.
 
This initiative is part of the group’s social responsibility programme to train and qualify national cadres, upgrade their professional capabilities and technical skills, boost their productivity and develop the National economy.
 
The group, represented by its chairman, Nawaf Mohammad Al Jishi, signed MOU with the Ministry of Labour and Social Development represented by Ahmed Jaafar Al-Hayiki, the assistant undersecretary for labour affairs at the ministry, indicating that the group will implement this training through its training partner, The Excellence Training Solutions, with 12 people in each training programme.
 
Nawaf Mohammed Al Jishi Group of Companies will also provide several training workshops in basic and functional skills in the English language for Bahrainis job-seekers, to improve their chances of getting a job and enable them to meet the needs of the labour market.
 
Al Jishi, stated that these free training programmes aim to accelerate the employment of Bahrainis job-seekers and develop the workforce to ensure their job stability, in addition to developing and boosting the self-skills and capabilities of job seekers and increasing their employment opportunities in the private sector, noting the efforts made by the Ministry of Labour in this regard.
 
“The Community Service Department of Nawaf Mohammed Al Jishi Group of Companies is working diligently to advance the social responsibility of the group and serve the Bahraini community through qualitative initiatives that meet the most urgent needs of the Bahraini society, including helping Bahraini youth to obtain rewarding job opportunities and career advancement,” Al Jishi concluded. -- TradeArabia News Service
 



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