Muscat: The National Employment Program has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Bakertilly Academy to qualify and develop national capabilities in career and strategic planning, future skills, and to enhance capabilities in the field of self-employment.
According to the agreement, the Academy will provide a set of specialized scientific training courses, as well as educational and scientific books, and the skills of creating visual content to suit Omani capabilities in the field of human resources, scientific, career and strategic planning. This will also spread the culture and philosophy of self-employment, which will be published in the electronic footsteps platform of the National Employment Program.
The memorandum was signed on the behalf of the National Employment Program by Khalid bin Salem Al-Ghamari, Head of the Capacity Building Track in the program, and on the behalf of the Academy by Abbas Al Humaid, Executive Partner of the Bakertilly Academy, Middle East and Africa.
Al-Ghamari confirmed that this memorandum comes from the efforts made by the program to enhance the capacity-building track, as the program seeks to qualify and develop Omani youth, and link them to the Omani labour market through technical and vocational education and also link them with future skills, as well as develop vocational guidance and career guidance services in the Sultanate of Oman.
Pointing out that the program will be launched during the coming period on the electronic footsteps platform, which is an interactive educational electronic platform for vocational guidance, through which doses of future skills will be provided, accompanied by detailed data on education opportunities, the labour market and the skills necessary for success, which have been worked on in cooperation with a group of partners in a number of agencies, government and private.