ICSS supports Emiratisation drive

The Institute for Cultural and Scientific Studies has decided to show its support for the Emiratisation drive in the UAE by offering Tanmia a US $55,000 scholarship programme.

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By  Vijaya Cherian Published  September 28, 2005

The Institute for Cultural and Scientific Studies (ICSS) has decided to show its support for the Emiratisation drive in the UAE by offering The National Human Resources Development and Employment Authority, Tanmia, a US $55,000 scholarship programme. The Emiratisation of the public and private sectors has long been a goal for the government of the UAE. “The objective is to train 45 UAE national jobseekers to a high standard to allow them to enter employment without any additional training,” says Amir Pishyar, director of ICSS and CEO of 32 Group. ICSS is the educational division of 32 Group. “This programme will have a two-fold effect. Firstly, there will be no need to spend money on training individuals in their new places of work and secondly, there will be very little time lag from the appointment of an employee to the time they can start to work,” adds Pishyar. ICSS is hoping to open the door into the private sector in order to enrich the business environment and offer a solid background of cultural knowledge for new and old companies alike. Speaking about the sponsorship offer, Marwan Al Sawaleh, acting director general of Tanmia says: “We appreciate the support extended by ICSS for this programme, which also underlines their commitment to the Emiratisation drive. The programme will help in building confidence and self-belief among nationals seeking jobs in the government and private spheres.”

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