Tuesday, 26 Jan 2021
As part of its commitment to nurture and empower Oman’s youth, Ooredoo started a three-month internship programme designed to provide on-the-job training for talented Omani students from colleges and universities across the sultanate.

Ooredoo Internship Programme offers instruction to new graduates for workplace

Held on Ooredoo’s dynamic campus, the programme is led by the company’s People Development Team and division directors who will educate students on the skilled functioning expertise required to excel in the job marketplace.

The initiative’s objective comes in line with the Ministry of Manpower’s target to produce a lot more than 25,000 jobs.

Kumail al Moosawi, chief folks and corporate affairs officer at Ooredoo, stated, “Expanding on our belief in Oman’s talented young folks, we are continuously exploring possibilities and designing instruction programmes to empower the future of our nation – the youth.

“We think in the value of such initiatives as they will prepare the graduates by equipping them with the information and expertise required to excel in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Ooredoo will pass on the encounter of an elite team of trainers, directors and workers by guiding, educating and supervising the interns.

“The training at our campus will allow the students to witness the day-to-day work environment and highlights and how theories are applied in real life. This will help them to take their place as future business leaders and contributing to the prosperity and progress of the sultanate.”

He added, “We are always proud to support the young national talents and provide coaching and guidance to them, which is why we have conducted more than 400 interviews and I am delighted to say that our current Omanisation ratio is over 91 per cent.”

Ooredoo continuously seeks out ambitious folks and graduates to join the Ooredoo family members and assist enrich the lives of the folks of Oman by supplying dependable, revolutionary and inspiring digital solutions.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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