Hundreds of nationals join Qatar Airways programmes
October 18 2015 11:43 PM

Qatar Airways’ Al Darb Qatarisation Programme has welcomed more than 200 nationals to its nine educational and training programmes for 2015.
As part of the programme, which is now in its fourth year, each individual will be supported by one of the 159 performance coaches to maintain their on-job training and development plan.
New joiners include engineers, cadet pilots, graduate developees, sponsored students and direct hires, all of whom will be provided with a customised programme to help them meet their professional needs and career aspirations.
The nine Al Darb training programmes are national scholarship, cadet pilot, aircraft maintenance engineering, summer internship, graduate development, aviation management, airport operations management, Jossor and the Massey University MBA Programme.
Nabeela Fakhri, Qatar Airways senior vice-president, human resources employee services, said: “Al Darb Qatarisation Programme will provide our nationals with guidance and support throughout their journey in the aviation industry and help them acquire the skills and knowledge they need to help them succeed in their chosen career path with the Skytrax Airline of the Year.
“Qatar Airways works in tandem with Qatar National Vision 2030 as we are continuing and expanding our support for our young talented nationals through the fourth year of the highly successful Al Darb Programme.”
The Al Darb programme recently celebrated as nine graduate developees completed their programme; 12 more are set to finish their programme by the end of the year. In addition, five nationals have successfully completed their IATA diploma programme with 20 more expected to receive theirs by the end of this year.
The Al Darb programme works to provide talented nationals with a “unique experience” by providing career development opportunities working in Qatar Airways offices worldwide such as in the UK, the US, Switzerland, Austria and the UAE, according to a statement.

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