The Ministry of Labour (MoL) on Thursday announced a scheme for the private sector companies to avail government support for implementation of decisions for Omanisation through training.
In a statement, MoL said the private sector firms – willing to train Omani jobseekers through training streams provided by the ministry during the period from February 11 to May 5 – must submit applications as soon as possible, affirming that as the support to be extended is limited, priority would be given to those applications submitted first.
‘The available training streams that will benefit from the government support are on the job training, training for employment, hybrid training, Khibrat programme’s graduates and other training streams based on sector needs.’ The MoL training will involve all accounting professions in selling new and used vehicles in car agencies, financial and administrative professions in insurance companies and the others operating in insurance brokerage activities, the activity of selling spare parts for new vehicles affiliated with car agencies and the professions of accounting in money exchanges, administration and arranging goods in the shops operating in malls.
This is in addition to training on account auditing for car agencies, all marketing professions involving in selling new and used vehicles, professions related tobusiness of optics and the sale of glasses and specialists in occupational and health safety for organisations that employ 50 or more workers.
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