Qatalum recognises National development at CNAQ

After completing the development program at Qatalum,

National employees are sponsored to undergo advanced diplomas in engineering at CNAQ Qatar. Yesterday the students were given an open day with Qatalum management to further tie down their career directions at Qatalum.

On the 12th Jan 2016 at the Qatalum Training Centre the CEO and technical/operation department managers met with Qatalum staff on further development. The objective of the meeting was to update the various related department on the status of the Development Program and to honour the best performers.

The CEO and HR Manager addressed the students followed by the Chief Operations Officer who stressed on the importance of education and the need for competent nationals to work at Qatalum. Further on in his speech he expressed the sentiment of being at the same juncture in his own life where he was yet to make decision on his career.

Further interaction had Chiefs and Group Managers meet with their future employees while the Training Supervisors provided updates on the progress status of each student.

The students comprised of eighteen Qatari nationals at CNAQ completing diplomas within different engineering programs.

Carbon manager Bernhard Eich said, “It was really good to meet the student’s and interacting with them over a variety of topics.”

Qatalum’s Qatarization Manager AbdulHalim Al-Bader emphasized the importance of following the respective college’s policies and encouraged the students to comply with the attendance and grades requirements.
The ultimate benefit to Qatalum is that the students were introduced to the management team, the students had a chance to talk to their potential group managers and become familiar will all aspects of working within Qatalum making for job integration that much easier. All managers agreed that these kind of interactive session should be held from time to time to keep them updated.

The 3 best academic performers were honoured for their outstanding performance during their education as they prepare to graduate in 2018.