(MENAFN - Gulf Times)
Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) has partnered with Qatar Finance and Business Academy (QFBA) to run the pilot programme for the first batch of generation 2030 in pursuit of offering the best in class financial courses to Qatari executives and new age professionals.
The programme, targeting new joiners as well as employees who have been on the job for up to three years, will help the professionals master the latest trends and challenges in the financial sector and thereby allow them to further hone their skills. The training modules will be spread over four to six months, with coaching and mentoring in between.
The pilot session of this program took place at QFBA and involved participation of Qatari employees from all QFC entities.
'The QFC is dedicated to supporting the development of professionals by creating the framework that facilitates and enables their long-term professional growth. We are therefore delighted to host the pilot session of Generation 2030, which closely aligns with our commitment to take our investment in human capital to the next level, said QFC Authority chief executive Yousuf Mohamed al-Jaida.
The new programme underlines QFBA's commitment to contribute to the development of a knowledge-based economy in Qatar and to strengthen corporate competitiveness in the region. It serves as a blended learning solution that delivers financial knowledge, self-management, guidance and business etiquette.
'The 'Generation 2030 program has been launched after identifying the needs within the economy in general and the specific needs of the relevant organizations to design a product that they deem fit for their organisational growth," Dr. Khalid al-Horr, chief executive, QFBA said, adding the aim of this programme is to prepare future generations for the utmost uncertain environs.
'Generation 2030 is supported by selected certified trainers who are on board to arm the participants with all needed requirements.