The instruction will equip job seekers with the essential expertise to function as kindergarten teachers, stated a press release.
The programme will be for 4 months, a single of which will be spent in schools chosen especially for the objective of offering on-the-job instruction.
On effective completion of the programme, the trainees will be assured complete-time employment with private schools in the sultanate. The MoU was signed by Fatima bint Abdul al Abbas Noorani, director basic of Private Schools at MoE, Abdul Amir bin Abdul-Hussein al Ajmi, PDO’s external affairs and worth creation director, and Musallam bin Rashid al Mantheri, OPAL’s chief executive officer.
The signing took location at the opening ceremony of SchoolEX Symposium and Exhibition 2018 which was organised by MoE.
Ajmi stated, “This MoU is another great example of how we are collaborating with other parties to boost female empowerment and provide first-class training. We are working hard with our partners to create training and employment opportunities both within and beyond the oil and gas industry to support diversification of Oman’s economy.”
The MoU states that PDO will fund the instruction programme, whilst OPAL will make certain that it conforms to highest international requirements. The ministry is accountable for offering job possibilities for the trainees.
Abdullah bin Salim al Sinani, human sources executive manager, OPAL, stated, “PDO is supporting this programme as part of its training for employment initiative to equip Omanis with high level skills. We are looking forward to working together to create meaningful employment opportunities.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily