KFH holds train­ing pro­gram for 25 new re­cruits

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL -

Kuwait Fi­nance House (KFH) in­au­gu­rated a train­ing pro­gram for 25 new re­cruits in or­der to raise their bar, en­rich their bank­ing knowl­edge and put them on track to be well equipped and pre­pared to as­sume the re­spon­si­bil­ity of op­ti­mally serv­ing cus­tomers.

Deputy Gen­eral Man­ager Sales and Dis­tri­bu­tion at KFH, Khaled Al-Subaiei said that the train­ing pro­gram was de­signed to pre­pare the em­ploy­ees to get fully func­tional in bank­ing trans­ac­tions and fi­nan­cial ser­vices at KFH branches to bet­ter serve clients and cater for their as­pi­ra­tions.

He added that such train­ing pro­grams con­trib­ute in en­coun­ter­ing any ob­sta­cles and chal­lenges that face em­ploy­ees at work, yet raise their ser­vice level to the high­est in­ter­na­tional stan­dards of ser­vice qual­ity. More­over, Subaiei urged trainees for putting forth ex­tra ef­forts, while striv­ing to­wards pur­su­ing lead­er­ship po­si­tions. Mean­while, Amani Al-Merri, an of­fi­cial at the Na­tional La­bor Force De­vel­op­ment Depart­ment at Man­power and Govern­ment Re­struc­tur­ing Pro­gram - MGRP praised KFH in recog­ni­tion of its ef­forts in train­ing the na­tional la­bor through com­pre­hen­sive train­ing plans, hail­ing its com­mit­ment to­wards qual­i­fy­ing and hon­ing the skills of its hu­man re­sources. She ex­pressed, on the side­lines of in­au­gu­rat­ing the train­ing pro­gram, her pride of Kuwaitis working at the pri­vate sec­tor, af­firm­ing MGRP’s sup­port for the Kuwaiti na­tion­als in col­lab­o­ra­tion and co­or­di­na­tion with KFH and the pri­vate sec­tor in gen­eral.

It is worth not­ing that the 5-week pro­gram in­cludes train­ing cour­ses and work­shops on bank­ing prod­ucts, such as; bank­ing cards, bank ac­counts, de­posits, letters of guar­an­tee, and KFH es­er­vices. In ad­di­tion, the pro­gram tack­les sub­jects on sharia ba­sics, coun­ter­feit­ing and fraud, IT sys­tems, etc.

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