- New training courses to support SMEs are in the track
- Over18 courses were conducted last year
Qatar Chamber Director General Saleh Hamad Al Sharqi said that the Chamber is planning to increase its training programs for the benefit of the Qatari private sector, according to a press release issued by the Chamber today.
Al Sharqi underlined the Chamber’s interest in enhancing the skills of those who are working in business community and national companies, noting that qualified and trained work force would achieve the desired development in the private sector.
He pointed to the training programs conducted in the Chamber through its Training & Development Dept. saying they are targeting all private sector cadres, including visual and hearing-impaired people.
He assured the Chamber’s initiatives in providing specialized courses at reasonable charges for its members are in line with Qatar’s strategy which aims at creating sustainable development through a knowledge-based economy.
Last year, we organized 18 training courses last year and over 500 trainees participated in these courses, he noted.
Training courses offered by the Chamber include Financial and Banking, English for Banking, Financial Studies for non-financial staff , Management, Leadership, Problem Solving, Meetings Attendance, Visitors Reception, Decision-making, Human Resource and Performance Evaluation, Customer Service, Persuasion , Negotiation, Presentation, Time Management, Effective Communication, Sales, Marketing and Influencing others.
QC’s course include also General English, Arabic Language to Non-Arabs, TOEFL, English Conversation, Writing Administrative Correspondence, IELTS, Microsoft Applications (Word – Excel – Access – PowerPoint), Outlook, MCITP , CompTIA a, ICDL, Graphic, Photoshop, Marketing and Secretarial Diploma.
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