Thursday 21 March 2019

Senaat launches professional development programme

DUBAI, October 27, 2015

Senaat, a leading industrial holding companies in the UAE, has introduced the Tamkeen National Development Programme, Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) accredited training course tailored for entry-level UAE national employees.

The initiative reinforces the company’s commitment towards developing its Emirati human capital, said a statement from Senaat.

The programme offers Senaat and portfolio companies’ new employees training in areas such as time management and organisational skills; communication and presentation skills, emotional intelligence, creative problem solving, team work, as well as effective business and report writing in both, Arabic and English, it stated.

Senaat has partnered with Alliance, a specialised human performance development firm, to provide entry-level employees with access to practical training and know-how that is typically acquired over time on the job, it said.

Tamkeen will be joined by 25 young Emiratis from Senaat and its portfolio companies including Emirates Steel, NPCC, and Al Foah, it added.

The 18-month programme is designed to empower the new employees and equip them with the skill sets necessary for success in today’s business world, said the statement.

Eng Jamal Salem Al Dhaheri, acting CEO of Senaat, said: “Our human capital is our most valuable asset, and as such we are happy to be extending our extensive portfolio of professional development programmes to our entry-level employees, as they join our journey towards furthering the social and economic development of our nation.”

Aqeel Madhi, CEO, National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC), said: “Empowering UAE nationals in NPCC is one of the core values in all our development programmes.”

“We will continue to work hard to equip our UAE Nationals with the skills required to support their continuous growth and enable them to play ever more critical roles in the development of our country,” he said.

Mahmood Al Hameli, senior vice president, business support at Senaat, said: “The development of our human capital is of great essence to Senaat and its portfolio companies as a leader within the industrial sector.”

“Our on-going investment in the training and development of young Emiratis is a vital component in this endeavour as we are committed to retaining the best talent for our group, and contributing to the long-term vision of Abu Dhabi and the UAE through cultivating a workforce with the necessary skills to succeed for this modern business climate,” he said. – TradeArabia News Service

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