Oman PEIE boosts training programmes
Muscat, April 28, 2014
Oman-based Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE) said it has been implementing a series of training programmes, workshops and events for its employees to help develop their skills and talents in various fields.
Through its Human Resources Development Centre, the PEIE holds a prime importance on training activities to expand the knowledge and skills of its human cadres as per standards that ensure outstanding quality of performance.
The first quarter of this year has witnessed a significant performance of the centre in training the employees. Building the capabilities of PEIE's human cadres represents a strategic direction designed by the upper management, said the statement from PEIE.
Besides, this aspect represents a part of the core values of PEIE in the field of training, which promotes the culture of continuous development and growth, it stated.
To achieve this, the Human Resources Development Centre is implementing a series of training programmes, workshops and events, which target staff of PEIE and the national cadres in the companies and factories pertaining to PEIE.
Speaking about the first quarter achievements, Salwa bint Said Al Shukailiya, the director of Human Resources Development Centre, said PEIE has seen a noteworthy development in recent years in the field of training.
"For this year, the centre designed the annual training plan in light of the needs of the human cadres. In fact, various programmes, meetings and workshops were hosted during the first quarter of this year, which focused on a variety of fields including management, financial and technical subjects for various levels of management," stated Al Shukailiya.
"During the first quarter, around 147 of PEIE employees were trained inside and outside the country, which confirms an outstanding achievement compared to the total number of PEIE employees. However, our main focus is on the quality of the training opportunity rather than the number of the trained cadres," she added.
The number of participants who took part in training programmes representing the various companies and factories stood at 31; while the total number of participants who took part in the awareness and cultural lectures and meetings touched 176, said the statement from PEIE.
These programmes attempt to develop the knowledge and skills in their behavioural, management and technical aspects, it added.-TradeArabia News Service