EIB, TCO join Emirati training scheme
Dubai, March 6, 2012
UAE companies Emirates Islamic Bank and TCO Management Consulting have signed a deal to become partners in the new Majid bin Mohammed UAE nationals training initiative.
The agreement was signed with the Private Office of Sheikh Majid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum at the ongoing Careers UAE 2012 expo in Dubai.
As per the deal both the Emirati firms will be added to the portfolio of strategic partners of the initiative allowing chosen candidates to be trained in various departments, and in turn equipping them with the expertise required for similar enterprises in the labour market.
The signing ceremony was held in the presence of Marwan bin Beyat, GM of the Private Office, Faisal Aqil, GM of Retail Banking at Emirates Islamic Bank and Yousef Al-Mulla, the CEO of TCO Management Consulting.
The signing complements a series of agreements signed by the Private Office with leading national and international companies, in order to supply the best opportunities for training qualified young nationals and give them the opportunity to enter the business world.
'The three new additions represent leading local institutions in the management and banking sectors, and we are honoured by the support that we continue to receive by interested parties who are keen on investing in Emirati youth,' said bin Bayat.
'As such, they support their growth as they gain experience that will be vital as they embark on their career path with premier companies,' he noted.
Aqil said Emirates Islamic Bank was proud to support national programmes and initiatives directed towards our youth, as they embody the importance we place on investing in the young generation by investing in their future.
Al-Mulla said, 'The management at investment company TCO continually strives to train and empower the future leaders of tomorrow, as such, we will provide a comprehensive training plan that enables candidates to learn the set of skills they require to achieve excellence in the managerial positions that they strive towards in the public sector.”-TradeArabia News Service
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