The forum was held below the auspices of H E Abdullah bin Salim al Salmi, CEO of CMA.
It aimed at stressing the CMA’s vision towards the new Omanisation policy, which is constructed on empowering national manpower and reaching qualitative prices at distinct jobs, rather than focusing on the operational jobs by preserving direct communication in between
companies’ managements and human sources managers to share views and recognize each possibilities and challenges.
The forum incorporated two sessions, the very first of which covered a quantity of themes which includes the efficiencies of the insurance coverage sector, the capacity of the sector to attract certified cadres, the shift from conventional insurance coverage to threat-management primarily based insurance coverage and the use of contemporary technologies. The second session covered the fundamental dimensions and trends in empowerment and the part of human sources manager.
During the forum, the Empowerment ‘Tamkeen’ Vision was launched. The vision stipulates reaching 50 per cent Omanisation at the senior management level, 75 per cent at the middle management level and 90 per cent at the specialised and operational job progressively up to 2020.
The CEO of the CMA mentioned that the authority seeks to empower the Omani youths to take the lead in the insurance coverage sector. He pointed out that CMA will offer a quantity of coaching courses to encourage Omanis to find out and boost their expertise.
Information Source: Muscat Daily