SABB staff complete training program
Riyadh, January 19, 2013
The Saudi British Bank (SABB) said it has successfully concluded one of its main professional development activities for 2012, where 53 Saudi trainees enrolled in the Group Graduate Development Program (GGDP).
GGDP is an advanced training course focusing on international banking best practices and modern management methods for a period of one month at the HSBC Business School in United Kingdom.
SABB’s training activities are one of many efforts carried out by the bank, as it continues to develop Saudi human capital and improve professional skills for employees to rise up to top leadership positions.
The training offered participants an in-depth look into global banking standards through a combination of attachments and intensive instruction.
Participants enrolled in the program expressed their great joy and satisfaction with their learning experience. They stressed the value of absorbing such a rich experience, and the impact it would leave on their professional performance and productivity.
SABB honoured the outstanding trainees at a special event in the presence of the bank’s senior management, in appreciation of their efforts and to encourage them to continue exerting more efforts in developing and enhancing their skills and capabilities.
Ahmed Alsudais, the GM of Human Resources said “We are proud of our graduates, who will take up leading positions in the future. They have commenced a successful step which will help them achieve a lot of their career ambitions."
"SABB will continue investing in its employees and enhance the scope of opportunities offered to them," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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