Batelco and Tamkeen to train Bahraini graduates

Programme provides practical experience to Bachelor Degree holders
Batelco and Tamkeen to train Bahraini graduates

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Batelco is continuing with its Telecommunications Professional Development Programme in collaboration with Tamkeen. It provides specialised training for fourteen Bachelor Degree holders to prepare them for various jobs required by Batelco.

The programme is also providing practical experience through placing the graduates in different departments at the company.

During the year, the trainees will take part in various kinds of theoretical and practical training through a highly integrated programme. The performance of each trainee will be appraised through monthly reports and professional performance tests.

Suhaila Alnowakhda, general manager human resources and corporate services at Batelco Bahrain said: “Batelco is honoured to participate in this programme. We would like to thank Tamkeen's Chairman, H.E. Shaikh Mohammed bin Essa Al-Khalifa, for allowing us this opportunity of cooperation.”

Tamkeen’s COO Amal Al-Kooheji said: "Based on this principle, Tamkeen has developed programmes that aim to develop the human capital of Bahrain according to market requirements and provide Bahrainis with opportunities to gain the necessary skills to mould them into employees of choice.”

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