Batelco and BIBF Sign MoU

Partnership aimed at enhancing digital learning opportunities for Batelco
The partnership agreement was signed by Batelco Bahrain CEO Mohamed Bubashait and BIBF Director Dr. Ahmed Abdul Hameed Al-Shaikh .
The partnership agreement was signed by Batelco Bahrain CEO Mohamed Bubashait and BIBF Director Dr. Ahmed Abdul Hameed Al-Shaikh .

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Batelco and Bahrain Institute of Banking & Finance (BIBF) have signed a strategic partnership agreement as part of endeavours to develop and enhance digital learning opportunities. Under the agreement, the BIBF will provide training programmes, focusing digital learning content, and development solutions for Batelco’s employees.

Batelco is developing a Digital Talent Academy and the BIBF will support this through providing relevant training content. A key deliverable of the agreement will be the accessibility of learning opportunities for Batelco’s employees. Additionally Batelco and the BIBF will focus on gamification and new generation learning models to further enhance the programme and benefit both organisations.

The partnership agreement was signed by Batelco Bahrain CEO Mohamed Bubashait and BIBF Director Dr. Ahmed Abdul Hameed Al-Shaikh at a recent meeting which was held at Batelco’s HQ in Hamala.

Following the signing of the agreement, Bubashait said that Batelco was very pleased to enter into the memorandum of understanding with BIBF to support Batelco’s evolving training and development programmes for its staff.

“Learning and Development is an essential part of Batelco’s framework and staff already benefit from a wide range of learning opportunities in the classroom and online. The collaboration with the BIBF will take digital learning to a new era to be in line with our growing requirements as a leader in the digital communications industry,” he said.

Dr. Al Shaikh said that the BIBF was delighted to continue its relationship with Batelco through the signing of a new agreement, which will provide a number of mutual benefits for both organisations. 

“This partnership comes at a time when digitalisation across all industries is growing and more organisations recognise its importance for delivery of better results. At the BIBF we strive to be innovative and a leader in the delivery of training and educational programmes for individuals and organisations in the Kingdom of Bahrain. We know that ongoing professional development plays a tremendous role in the success of any organisation,” said Dr. Al Shaikh.

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