SPECTRA Middle East, a leading business education and professional human capital developer, has announced that it has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with TAGI to provide superior executive-level training courses and in-house business training to corporations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the greater Gulf region.
The move is part of SPECTRA's strategy to leverage the exceptional economic growth enjoyed by the GCC, which has necessitated strong professional manpower support particularly from high-level management executives. TAGI, a member of Talal Abu Ghazaleh Group, is a specialised training company licensed by General Organisation for Technical Education and Vocational Training of Saudi Arabia.
"It is our vision to provide clients with superior, customer-centric and innovative executive training and development solutions. Our offers are a unique proposition in which SPECTRA commits to be a trusted business partner of individual and corporate clients, ensuring optimum support to all their knowledge and professional development requirements," said Arwad Al Bochi, CEO of SPECTRA.
"Saudi Arabia and the rest of the GCC have achieved unprecedented economic growth in the past few years. To sustain this exceptional performance, organisations must maintain a core group of high-powered professionals who will help provide continuity to their successful initiatives, while a reliable professional recruitment system must also be set in place to maintain the high level of expertise. SPECTRA's role is to make sure these objectives are satisfactorily met by all our clients," added Al Bochi.
SPECTRA provides a comprehensive portfolio of business training programs and conferences, featuring topics that have been thoroughly tested and researched against target market needs to ensure applicability of content. SPECTRA also offers a highly qualified and experienced faculty, who are all internationally renowned in their respective areas of expertise.
A key feature of SPECTRA is its comprehensive regional and local industry experience, guaranteeing relevant programs designed to provide participants with lifelong skills, particularly in terms of boosting workplace output. SPECTRA's conferences and courses cover a wide spectrum of topics, which include leadership and management skills; strategy and risk; finance and accounting; marketing, sales, client servicing and call centre; project management; IT; Human Resource Management and interpersonal communication.
"One of the major challenges facing many organisations is the ability to effectively identify training needs and accordingly develop appropriate training programs. SPECTRA is committed to help organisations overcome such challenges by providing them with highly customised skill-based enhancement programs and innovative learning methods that address all their specific requirements," concluded Al Bochi.
SPECTRA, which is a Dubai based company, adopts a philosophy based on the concept that people and information are the two most vital assets of any corporation, and are key tools in achieving a sustainable competitive advantage. The company's primary goal is to enable corporations to attract and develop quality employees and retain them, ensuring continuous growth while evolving base talent and knowledge.