At the upcoming "Bahrain Training and Education before Work" Exhibition, Zain Bahrain will showcase its imaginative Future University Network (F.U.N.) programme which combines real workplace experience and mentoring of fresh graduates.
The exhibition focus is on how graduates and jobseekers can be trained to gain and benefit from work experience before their first jobs and organisers believe that Zain Bahrain's HR commitment and creativity when it comes to contributing to Bahrain's HR development will be a fine learning example for visitors and other participating organisations.
"Zain Bahrain has always made HR development and training the cornerstone of its presence in Bahrain and we have time and again expressed the corporate view that our people are our most valuable assets," said Dana Bukhammas Human Resources Manager , "At Zain, we believe that the best operations are those which are rooted in the community and we have a clear mandate to offer the best training, the best workplace and also give back to the community with a programme such as F.U.N. which prepares young people for the future workplace and their role as stakeholders in the Kingdom's Vision 2030 development matrix."
Added Zain Bahrain's FUN Manager Mohammed Isa, "Our much-praised F.U.N. initiative has proved very successful in introducing real-life workplace dynamics, attitudes and opportunities to jobseeker graduates. The F.U.N. programme embeds young people within the Zain workplace and involves them in decision-making and in executing plans. It is far ahead of other internship programmes and has won praise and the backing of Tamkeen, which has incorporated it as part of their Human Capital Development efforts to benefit 50 Bahrain University students this year."
The "Bahrain Training and Education before Work" Exhibition will take place later this month on June 27-28. The exhibition is being held in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Ministry ofLabor and UNIDO on June 27-28, 2012. The exhibition is being organized by Medpoint Event Management and will run from 08:30-13:00 and 16:00-20:00 at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre (BIECC).
Participants include Training Institutes and Universities and the focus will be on how to train or recruit fresh students from the Secondary Schools and Bachelor degree holders.
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