Tamkeen and Newton Legal Group sign agreement to train Bahrainis
- Bahrain: Thursday, November 29 - 2012 at 09:15
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As part of its efforts to develop Bahraini skills and fulfill the needs of the Bahraini private sector, Tamkeen signed an agreement with Newton Legal Group, an international legal firm working with several government establishments in Bahrain, to train 10 new Bahraini law graduates.
The agreement targets new Bahraini law graduates that have less than 3 years of working experience. The two-year training programme includes theoretical courses offered on a weekly basis. In addition, the participants will also have the opportunity to deal with various entities including ministries, semi-governmental institutions, and private companies.
Joseph Huse, Newton Legal Group General Manager, said: "Legal affairs play a significant role in supporting modern economies and it is extremely important to have trained national professionals within this field. Therefore, we look forward to cooperating with Tamkeen to develop local talents in this profession."
Lawyers meeting the conditions can apply for the programme by sending their resumes anduniversity transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org
This initiative is one of more than 100programmes that Tamkeen offers to develop human capital and build the capacity of Bahraini citizens in line with the requirements of the labour market and with a view to making Bahrainis the employees of choice. More than 23,000 Bahrainis have so far benefited from Tamkeen's human development programmes. Tamkeen has also helped more than 2,200 Bahrainis find jobs in various sectors.
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