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|14 March, 2019

NBK's Yalla Watani welcomes new batch of trainees for the year 2019

Yalla Watani trains young Kuwaiti talents and develops their skills to prepare them to become future leaders

NBK's Yalla Watani welcomes new batch of trainees for the year 2019

Al-Ablani: “Yalla Watani trains young Kuwaiti talents and develops their skills to prepare them to become future leaders.”

The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) welcomed the newly recruited employees in the  "Yalla Watani" programs for the year 2019, training them to work in the Bank’s branches and call center.  

The program trained 33 participants and provided them with a complete overview of the functions and practices of the branches and call center , ensuring that they adapt to the workplace environment.

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The training programs covered various aspects of the banking field, including banking principles, credit cards, loans & accounts, anti-money laundering, insurance, fraud risks, in addition to the methods of evaluating the Bank’s systems and branches.

“Yalla Watani” also focused on self-development in order to enhance the productivity and performance of the trainees. The program promoted self-confidence and self-esteem, by training them to build outstanding performance, to adapt to change and innovation, yo implement effective communication, and to promotes positive behavior and teamwork.

The new batch of trainees were welcomed to the program by a number of the Bank's leaders, Mr. Emad Al-Ablani General Manager of Group Human Resources and Mr. Mohammed Al Othman, General Manager of the Consumer Banking Group.

Speaking of the program, Mr. Emad Al-Ablani General Manager of Group Human Resources, said, “Yalla Watani was specifically designed to train newly recruited employees with the professional skills they need in order to adapt faster to the Bank’s work requirements.”

Al-Ablani highlighted that NBK’s strategy is to attract young Kuwaiti talents and develop their skills to prepare them to become future leaders.

He added: “NBK organizes training programs that aim to develop and improve our employees’ skills to set them on the path to achieve their professional objectives, and positively contribute to the Bank’s overall goals.

Yalla Watani is one of NBK’s ongoing training programs focusing on young talents. The program is developed in line with the needs of the work market, providing training opportunities to newly graduates who have successfully passed NBK’s entry test.

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