The new Rowad program for fresh graduates, which aims to attract the best distinguished talents, and with an orientation towards adopting digital transformation that affects all job roles
The Emirates Careers Vision platform revealed, on its website, the participation of more than 80 institutions in the public and private sectors, with thousands of employment and training opportunities for university graduates and job seekers from Emirati citizens, during the Emirates Vision Career Fair, which kicks off today, at the Dubai World Trade Center , and lasts three days.
The exhibition, in its session this year, constitutes a center for inspiration, dialogue and cooperation, with the aim of enabling the best young talents in the country to showcase their creative abilities, and heralding the beginning of a new era of national workforce in the public and private sectors.
Technological development contributed to a qualitative leap in the work environment and a re-imagining of the general understanding of the skills needed for modern workplaces. In line with these developments, the main exhibitors revealed their serious commitment to training the leading Emirati talents and providing them with the necessary guidance.
Chief Human Resources Officer at Emirates NBD Group, said:As a result of the increasing competition to recruit Emirati talent, we have launched the new Rowad Program for fresh graduates, which aims to attract the best distinguished talent, and with the trend towards adopting digital transformation that affects all job roles and the banking sector in general, the focus of the Emirates NBD Group is on upgrading the level of skills , and re-qualification to ensure that our workforce is ready to keep pace with the demands of the future, particularly through our in-house professional qualification academies, including our new Data Science School
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