Selected trainee is working alongside her mentor from ENOC Learning and Development department
Fourteen youngsters with special needs, who have been selected for the ‘ENOC Challenge IV’ programme, are making strong progress in their professional skills development. ENOC Challenge is an annual comprehensive training programme aimed at providing disadvantaged individuals with a unique opportunity to acquire critical professional skills and prepare them to join the workforce.
The selected trainees are working alongside their mentors from ENOC Learning and Development department in enhancing their professional and social skills as part of the programme.
In the past 10 months, the participants were training on enhancing their computer skills to use Microsoft Office applications and developing their customer care, English language and communication skills.
Khalid Hadi, Director of Brand and Corporate Communications of ENOC said, “We are delighted with the progress attained by the participants and their enthusiasm to learn. The training programme, a key component of our corporate social responsibility programme, has helped in further developing their skills and ability to learn new things. The exposure they received in the past few months has empowered them and given them the confidence professionally and personally – they are now ready to become part of the workforce.”
Organized by ENOC, in partnership with Rashid Paediatric Therapy Centre in Dubai and the Community Development Authority, ‘ENOC Challenge IV’ is the fourth edition of the training programme. The ENOC Challenge Graduation is scheduled for April 28 at the ENOC Corporate offices in Dubai.