Gulf Bank announced today that 78 of its employees have passed the Bank’s training courses in the second quarter, and have received certificates in recognition of this achievement at a special ceremony to mark the occasion.
The training courses, which are designed and formulated by the Banks's Learning and Development department, included the induction course, the Senior Customer Service Representative (SCSR) course and the Relationship Officer (RO) course.
A total of 38 employees each received certificates for passing the Bank’s Induction course, 14 employees were honoured for passing the SCSR course, and a further 26 employees received certificates for successfully completing the RO course.
Commenting on the occasion, Zeyad Al-Resheed, Gulf Bank’s Senior Manager - Learning & Development HR said: “I would like to congratulate everyone on their success. As part of our long term commitment to investing in our employees and encouraging them to continually develop their skills, the Bank’s Learning and Development department seeks to provide the latest training programs, with the most up-to-date banking techniques and methodologies.
“We will continue to invest in our employees in an effort to maintain the premium, quality services we offer here at the Bank, while catering to their need to update and enhance their overall banking skills.”
Gulf Bank has recently been awarded a number of important HR awards, including the coveted ‘Best Employee Development Programme’ award for the second consecutive year by Banker Middle East, the ‘Best HR Strategy in Line with Business’ and ‘Excellence in Training’ awards from the 3rd Asia’s Best Employer Brand Awards 2012. These recognitions reinforce Gulf Bank’s dedication to employee development, with the Bank’s Learning and Development department focused entirely on providing employees with a wide range of training opportunities to support professional growth and education.