Conducted in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, the British Council and the Ministry of Civil Services, ladies from different organisations will be educated to create important expertise to be applied to an thrilling digital project towards the finish of the course. The programme aims to allow Oman’s female workforce to attain higher skilled recognition via creating their possible.
Raed Mohammed Dawood, director of Government Relations and Corporate Affairs at Ooredoo, mentioned, “Entering our seventh wave of the Springboard Programme, we have effectively overseen more than 1,000 graduates and participants succeed to get their company suggestions off the ground with the energy of technologies.
“As this initiative continues to grow from strength to strength, we look forward to continuing to empower its alumni fulfil their entrepreneurial ambitions and contribute to the sultanate’s economic growth.”
Developed by ladies for ladies, the instruction programme will be led, coached and mentored by Ayesha al Shoily, an internally certified Springboard Trainer at Ooredoo. The participants are a mixture of graduates, college teachers and government and ministry officials, travelling from as far as Nizwa for this special chance.
Key subjects taught consist of important management expertise, soft expertise, communication, self-empowerment, and public speaking. The programme’s skilled instruction on self-empowerment shares crucial insights into how ladies can boost their careers as effectively as their private lives, by creating dual-goal talent-sets such as, self-awareness and self-management.
Globally recognised and introduced to more than 175,000 ladies in more than 22 nations, the Springboard programme was developed with the belief that each and every lady has untapped possible.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily