National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) welcomed its 14th batch of trainees attending “Yalla Watani” program for training newly hired employees to work in the bank’s various branches.
The trainees were welcomed by NBK executives, local branch managers as well as recruitment, training and human resources management staff.
The training course covers a wide array of topics including the development of soft skills like self-esteem, self-evaluation, achieving outstanding performance, change and innovation, management and effective communication techniques, work ethics, and teamwork.
The training program, which was attended by 23 trainees over a period of three weeks, aims at providing the required training on bank branches working mechanism through skill development prior to embarking on field training at the bank branches.
Several banking aspects are covered by the program as well, including banking principals, credit cards, loans, account types, insurance, fraud risks, money laundering and bank branches and systems evaluation.
Yalla Watani is one of the most important career developments programs held in the private sector for Kuwaiti fresh graduates. The course seeks to provide participants with professional training through covering various banking aspects arming them with the necessary qualifications required to work within the bank’s professional system.
The training program is an integral part of NBK’s annual training programs aimed at attracting young national talents, as the program is tailored to meet the labor market’s demands through providing training and developing opportunities to fresh graduates who have passed the prequalification exams to join the course.
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