May 14, 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates; May 14, 2018: ENOC Group selected three Emirati employees to join a summer exchange programme organised by Al Maktoum College of Higher Education. The programme is part of a three-year MoU signed between the two entities to advance the values of mutual understanding and multiculturalism. The agreement reflects ENOC’s commitment to women empowerment and human capital development.
The agreement was recently signed in the presence of H.E Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO of ENOC and H.H Mirza Al Sayegh, Director General, Office of H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Al Maktoum College Board of Directors.
The three young Emirati employees from ENOC - Najla Abdulla Saeed, Mariam Al Hajri and Shamma Al Yafei - will be joining the Summer Academic Programme developed by the College. This initiative falls in line with the Group’s efforts towards human capital development and its commitment to empower its women employees to develop into future business leaders.
His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO of ENOC, said: “With human capital development taking centre-stage in the UAE’s Vision 2021, we are committed to fostering strong partnerships with institutions and entities specialising in training and development to further enhance our employees skillsets.”
The Summer School is a unique first-hand experience that allows attendees to immerse themselves into an exciting cultural exchange programme to help them achieve global awareness.
The programme is made up of lectures, seminars, class discussions and debates. It also involves study trips and activities, which are related to the theme of the programme. Each week, over the four-week period, students will cover units including Civilizational Dialogue, Scottish History and Culture, Leadership and Management and Women and Scottish Politics.
ENOC’s overall strategy places a strong focus on human capital development. Over the years, the Group has established various workplace activities, such as training programmes, to ensure that employees enjoy working conditions where they can develop and fulfil their individual potential.
The Group has also revamped its National Development Programme in line with its Emiratisation strategy to include three levels - Tatweer, Mawaheb and Imtiaz - that aim to develop functional, technical, behavioural and managerial competencies