Commercial Bank has honoured some 15 employees who successfully completed its two-year Graduate Development Programme with a ceremony held at the Westin Hotel.
Commercial Bank’s Graduate Development Programme is known as one of Qatar’s most effective professional training programmes.
Its unique value is that during two years, participants experience working life in nearly all of the bank’s business units, giving them invaluable hands-on work experience, a sound understanding of how the Bank operates in all its departments, and how its different operations link together.
Participants benefit from assistance in the form of technical training, mentoring from senior staff, a buddy system, team-building activities, and dedicated expert support to help them make the right decision about their future career path. Having completed their on-job rotations, the new graduates enjoy a placement in target permanent roles at Commercial Bank.
Commercial Bank CEO Joseph Abraham said: “As part of Commercial Bank’s National Development Programme, our graduate scheme demonstrates the Bank’s commitment to providing world-class training and on-the-job career development for our employees that helps to deliver the Qatar National Vision 2030 by enabling Qataris to reach their full professional potential as highly skilled private sector employees.
The Graduate Development Programme is aligned with Commercial Bank’s goal of building the best bank in Qatar and to be the employer of choice by investing in our human capital and future by building the bank’s pool of skilled Qatari talent from the bottom up.”
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