The Emirates NBD Group has announced the launch of Rowad, a new and exclusive initiative aimed at recent graduates. This is the first of several initiatives taken in response to the federal government’s “NABIS” project, which has been announced as part of 50 projects in the United Arab Emirates.
The “Ruwat” project aims to attract and enhance highly qualified and outstanding Emirati talent. The 24-month program is based on skill development through participation in high-level training programs and programs, especially in emerging sectors. The plan reflects the broader search for graduates to join Emirates NBD’s “Rowad” program, and the bank’s goal is not limited to looking for graduates in banking and traditional finance. It is worth noting that opportunities are available for those who want to specialize in digital marketing, technology and data and creative thinkers.
“Ruwat” project members will spend their secondary and training periods at Emirates NBD’s major international partner companies. In addition, training and specialization programs will be offered by the best universities around the world, including specialized departments and internationally recognized professional certifications.
Following the completion of the program, the graduates of the “Ruvad” program will be ready to take on leadership positions in line with their professional aspirations, in the interest of a leading nationally capable bank facing future challenges.
The bank said in a statement yesterday: “We are keen to achieve gender equality goals by promoting 50% female participation in the (Ruwat) program, with Emirates NBD having strong representation of female components in the Bank. .
Iman Abdul Razak, Group HR Officer They hold senior positions in the bank and impart basic skills and knowledge to them, especially in emerging areas, for example artificial intelligence and agility, which will play a key role in further empowering our senior leadership teams. Leading the way in highly competitive digital technology. This is only the beginning of our new developed strategy in terms of training, qualification and retention of outstanding Emirati skills.
He added: “Our goal is primarily to be a preferred workplace for Emirati graduates and professionals, based on our interest in attracting and attracting more UAE people from the public sector. Hundreds of national employees are in key jobs in various fields.
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