The world’s leading logistics and transportation company, the world’s leading provider of transportation and logistics services, concluded its first summer training program for university students in the Kingdom, which lasted four weeks from July 8 to August 2, 15 students participated in cooperation with the Ministry of Labor and Social Development and the Human Resources Development Fund (HADAF) in an effort to train and develop practical skills among Saudi youth.
In order to help students learn more about the various aspects of operations in the company and the maritime sector in general, Al-Bahri has designed a training program that informs the trainees about the company’s business in its various sectors including HR departments, IT, finance and accounts, institutional communication, Management, and operations.
Hisham Al Khalidi, Senior Vice President for Human Resources and Corporate Communications at Al Bahari, said: “Al Bahari’s human resource management relies on a strategy to support Emiratisation and increase the contribution of the national workforce through training programs that end in employment as well as cooperative training programs with universities and institutes. “The Talent Development Team developed a four-week training program where trainees briefed us on all sections of the company and were assigned many tasks and responsibilities.”
“We are working hard to strengthen the role of women and help them work in various fields, as well as supporting Saudi youth to explore career opportunities in the maritime sector and develop their technical skills. Al-Bahri also attaches great importance to supporting Emiratisation in Saudi companies.
Al Khalidi thanked the trainees for their commitment and seriousness during the summer program, stressing that it has created a unique opportunity to share experiences and experiences with trainees for the public interest and the maritime sector in the Kingdom.
On the other hand, Ali Asiri said: “I have had a very good training experience in Al-Bahari, through which I have gained a lot of experience and have developed many responsibilities such as communicating with colleagues, writing content for social networking sites and planning to publish it. I have also developed many of my personal skills such as desktop photography. ”
“My experience in human resource management was very inspiring, I received support and guidance from all the observations and recommendations made by the Maritime Task Force,” said intern Nouf Al Mansoor. ‘Summer’ program to help them and guide me.”
Press Release: bahri.sa
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