Qatar Airways welcomed 47 Qatari graduates to join the Al Darb Qatarisation programme by hosting a Jossor induction event on
September 12 and 13 in Doha.
The Jossor event is aimed at supporting new graduates to help them adapt to and navigate easily through the organisation and introduce them to the world of aviation, as they settle into the various departments of the national carrier of Qatar.
During the induction event, nationals were briefed on the various departments and subsidiaries within the Qatar Airways Group. Additionally, they had the opportunity to interact with various heads of departments
and ask them questions.
The developees were then taken to Qatar Airways Cargo’s headquarters, where they had the opportunity to take a closer look at the intricate process of how cargo is handled, enabling the smooth and successful operation of the group’s cargo business.
Qatar Airways senior vice-president (Human Resources) Nabeela Fakhri said, “We are proud to once again have Qatari nationals join Qatar Airways. It is our pleasure and pride to introduce fresh graduates of different majors to the aviation industry. Al Darb is an Arabic term that means ‘The Pathway’ and, through this programme, we aim to be the pathway that helps nationals navigate through different departments to fulfil their ambitions and steer them towards becoming leaders of the national airline.
“This is part of our commitment to supporting Qatar National Vision 2030, which aims to increase the number of Qataris in the workforce while contributing to the country’s development.
“Through the Al Darb Programme, graduate developees are given significant projects, enhancing their professional experience and learning, which will support their future positions at the airline. This programme is a wonderful example of the national airline’s continuous support for the next generation of leaders in the country, and enables graduates to explore the many opportunities available in Qatar Airways.”
The Al Darb Qatarisation Programme allows developees to be aware of the company’s policies, regulations, work environment and expectations while also gaining exposure to the many facets of the aviation industry. Since the inauguration of the Al Darb programme, Qatar Airways has equipped them with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in their
chosen field in the airline.
Qatar Airways currently operates a modern fleet of more than 200 aircraft via its hub, Hamad International Airport, to more than 150 destinations worldwide. Earlier this year, the airline revealed a host of forthcoming global destinations in line with its expedited expansion plans, including Gothenburg, Sweden; Da Nang,
Vietnam; and Mombasa, Kenya.
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