| | OCTOBER 20238IN FOCUSENOC GROUP, PETROFAC PARTNERSHIP TO ENCOURAGE EMIRATI TALENT IN ENERGY SECTORAJMAN CHAMBER, AJMAN BANK IN ADVANCE TALKS FOR THE GROWTH OF PRIVATE SECTOR BUSINESSESENOC Group, a major integrated global energy company, announced the establishment of a training program in collaboration with Petrofac, a worldwide energy industry leader. The innovative technical training program aims to develop the abilities and competence of young Emirati citizens working in the Group's refinery operations.The statement was made during the Ru'ya Careers UAE event, which is taking place from September 19-21 at the Dubai World Trade Centre and aims to inform and encourage those looking to take their next career steps.The programme has been carefully designed to address the skills gap within the industry, fostering a new generation of talent equipped to meet the demands of ENOC Group's competencies for refinery operations. 25 Emirati nationals will form the first intake of the training, which is structured to bridge the gap and fulfil the Group's long-term vision of achieving operational excellence through local talent, as per zawya.His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO at ENOC, said: "In line with the UAE leadership's vision to empower Emirati youth, we continually offer opportunities to support the growth and development of national talent. We are pleased to partner with Petrofac and leverage their internationally accredited expertise to equip our employees with the necessary skill sets to support the thriving energy sector. The initiative marks a significant leap forward in creating a robust pipeline of skilled Emirati professionals to strengthen the critical operations of the national energy sector."H.E. Eng. Abdullah Al Muwaiji, Chairman of the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), praised the banking sector's efforts in supporting economic growth and achieving UAE goals in the various industrial, commercial, service, tourism, real estate, and infrastructure sectors. Furthermore, it is critical in providing different and creative finance packages to promote the business growth of business owners and private sector enterprises, thereby raising the domestic output and export volume.He remarked that the rise in global economic inflation indicators necessitates banks to consider lowering lending fees in order to encourage economic growth in general.This came during his meeting at the Ajman Chamber's headquarters with Mustafa Al Khalfawi, CEO of Ajman Bank, in the presence of H.E. Sheikh Sultan bin Saqr Al Nuaimi, Second Vice Chairman of Ajman Chamber, H.E. Salem Al Suwaidi, Director General, Mohamed Ali Al Janahi, Executive Director of the Trade Development and International Relations Sector, and Maryam Al Shehhi, Director of the Financial Resources Department at Ajman Chamber, as per zawya.At the start of the meeting, Al Muwaiji welcomed everyone and congratulated Mustafa Al Khalfawi on his new role as CEO of Ajman Bank. He emphasized that the Ajman Chamber is eager to strengthen relations and partnerships with Ajman Bank and open sustainable channels of communication in order to increase opportunities for cooperation between Ajman Bank and private sector establishments that are members of the Ajman Chamber, as well as to provide innovative financing packages that keep pace with business owners' aspirations, particularly given that the Ajman Chamber is the main gateway to the private sector.
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