Qatar Chamber and Pioneers Academy have signed an agreement to provide online training programmes, which is a regional platform with high technological capabilities developed by experts and specialists.
In line with the requirements of digital transformation, the agreement aims to offer a platform for electronic training for citizens and expatriates in all industries, especially for those who are working in the private sector.
Qatar Chamber general manager Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi said the platform is intended to develop skills of employees of the government and private sector. He noted that a series of online specialised training programmes will be offered in many areas, including administrative, financial, and technical fields. He also said it will contribute to developing and supporting the private sector to meet the requirements and needs of the Qatar local market.
Al-Sharqi said a large number of people, government, public and private agencies will easily get an access to these online training courses that depend on the use of modern technologies.
Pioneers Academy CEO Dr Mostafa al-Affouri underscored the importance of signing the agreement with Qatar Chamber, expressing the hope to maximise the joint cooperation with the chamber in online training to meet the needs of Qatar’s labour market and the private sector.
The types of courses offered through the platform are the result of research and studies on the needs of the Qatari market that are parallel with the pillars of the Qatar National Vision 2030, in addition to the objectives of Qatar Chamber and the data and studies obtained in cooperation with the private sector committees in the chamber.
The online courses are presented in two types: Live streaming and recorded courses. The trainee receives international certificates from most of these courses as soon as they are completed. It is worth mentioning that special training packages tailored to the needs of each sector will be prepared separately with the possibility of tailoring individual packages to third parties.
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