Bahraini students successfully complete "e-curriculum"

Students sponsored by the Bahraini Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MOLSA) have successfully completed the first part of GBM's ‘e-curriculum’ training initiative.

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By  Robin Duff Published  June 11, 2001

A group of Bahraini students sponsored by the Bahraini Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MOLSA) have just completed the first part of the new ‘e-curriculum’ training initiative introduced by the Gulf Business Machines’ (GBM) Bahrain-based education centre. The course was created as the result of research undertaken by GBM and MOLSA last year.

“This group of students achieved excellent results in the first part of their e-business training,” said Ahmed Al Banna, director of manpower development at MOLSA. “AT MOLSA, we have engaged in identifying market requirements and institutions such as GBM, who can provide IT training to exactly meet commercial demands as well as the specific training needs of students.”

The next level of the course due to commence shortly is “aspects of e-business.”

"Although MOLSA provides financial support for students who demonstrate a willingness to undertake further education, it is also important for organisations in the region to employ qualified graduating students," added Shwki Hussain, Human Resources and Communications Manager at GBM. "In fact, we are already seeing interest from such organisations from a variety of industries."

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