The coaching is element of Huawei’s social duty programme to equip students with ICT understanding and abilities so that they can be prepared for jobs and market the improvement of the ICT business in Oman.
The inaugural occasion was attended by Mohammad al Kindi, VP, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), Prof Haj Bordosen, dean of Engineering College, Sultan Qaboos University, and Ali Abdul Hussain al Lawati, preparing and coaching specialist, Omantel.
“Huawei has not only been attracting and developing a talented workforce, but we also started a CSR programme with the aim of changing the recruitment model from ‘Hunting to farming’ in collaboration with TRA, Omantel and Sultan Qaboos University in order to develop the next generation of ICT talent, enhance knowledge transfer, promote a greater understanding of telecommunications sector, and improve regional building and participation in the digital community,” the organization stated.
Through this internship programme, each and every quarter, Huawei Oman trains about a batch of 30 talented students offering them hands-on-encounter on the newest tools and technologies in the ICT planet. The very best amongst these are hired to pursue a profession at Huawei.
In Oman, Huawei is committed to functioning with the government, academia, and enterprise neighborhood towards Vision 2020 by contributing to the improvement of the ICT ecosystem.
Information Source: Muscat Daily