Tanmia, Al Rostamani join hands
Dubai, January 8, 2008
Tanmia recently facilitated an employment campaign that provided an opportunity to job-seekers to find suitable jobs within UAE's Al Rostamani Group.
Tanmia is the National Human Resource Development and Employment Authority in the UAE.
A total of 25 job positions were made available at Al Rostamani, one of the largest conglomerates in the UAE, during Al Rostamani's 'Open Day on Sunday at the Al Tawar Public Library in Dubai.
The successful applicants were admitted to a Work Program specially developed in collaboration with the National Institute for Vocational Education that would prepare the prospects for their new jobs.
The trainees will get internationally-recognised intermediary diploma in different fields on program completion and they will be inducted into the desired professions.
"We are delighted to co-operate with Al Rostamani for this important activity, which is in line with Tanmia's objectives of helping create suitable employment opportunities for the national workforce," said Ahmad Al Ahmadi, Manager, Tanmia’s Dubai Office.
Bridging the gap between employers and the national labour market will be a major contributing factor to strengthening the UAE's economy, he added.
The day-long activity included a presentation that introduced Al Rostamani Group and its various business ventures to the job applicants.
The nature of jobs being offered and the Work Program planned for the qualified candidates were also discussed. The applicants also underwent an extensive interview session, which was one of the primary grounds for qualification.
“Al Rostamani strongly supports Tanmia's initiatives to develop the country's human resources. It is our aim to provide opportunities to those who are willing to give their best and contribute to the continued success of our company and the country," said Feras T. Mahmoud, HR Department Training and Quality Manager, Al Rostamani Group.
Dr. Naji Al Mahdi, Executive Manager, National Institute for Vocational Education commented: “The UAE's sustained growth relies on the vision and hard work of its people. We thank Al Rostamani and Tanmia for sharing this belief, and we shall do our part by providing high-quality vocational education and training programs that fulfills the job market requirement and help strengthen the foundation of the UAE's national labour force.”
Al Rostamani Group, which employs a workforce of over 3,000 people, is celebrating 50 years of successful business ventures in the UAE and across the GCC region.
The Group has a broad spectrum of business interests, which include light and heavy vehicles, spare parts and services, foreign exchange, travel, real estate, construction equipment and supplies, electronic communications, infrastructure development, and general trading. - TradeArabia News Service
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