BIBF signs MOU with Silah Gulf
JUFFAIR: The Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Silah Gulf to develop and enhance learning opportunities. The MOU was signed at the BIBF premises by Dr Ahmed Abdul Hameed Al Shaikh, Director of BIBF, and Ricardo Langwieder-görner, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFICER of SILAH Gulf.
Under the MOU, BIBF will provide training programmes, focusing on learning content and development solutions in the areas of Customer Service; Assessment (Psychometric & Mystery Shopping); Project Management; IT Solutions; Accounting and Finance, designed to deliver new and enhanced opportunities for the employees of Silah Gulf.
On this occasion, the BIBF’S Director, Dr Ahmed Abdul Hameed Alshaikh stated, “At the BIBF we strive to be a leader in the delivery of quality training and educational programmes for individuals and organisations in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and we know that ongoing professional development plays a tremendous role in the success of any organisation. We are delighted to partner with Silah Gulf through the signing of this agreement, which will provide A number of mutual Beneits for both organisations.”
THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFICER of Silah Gulf, Ricardo Langwiedergörner said, “Learning and Development is an essential part of Silah Gulf’s framework and we are very pleased to collaborate with the BIBF to support the organisation’s evolving training and development programmes for its staff. We strongly believe that the BIBF plays a vital role in providing quality training through the institute’s customised training solutions.”
BIBF Is AFILIATED to THE Central Bank of Bahrain and was established In 1981, BENEITING more than 340,000 learners over the years in various ields, INCLUDING BANKING, Accounting, Insurance, Leadership & Management, IT & Project Management, Academic programmes, in addition to providing internationally-recognised training solutions.
The BIBF is a semi-government training Institute AFILIATED to THE Central Bank of Bahrain. It plays a vital role in the training and development of human capital in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Gulf region, the wider Middle East and North Africa.
Ahmed Abdul Hameed Al Shaikh and Ricardo Langwieder-görner signing the MOU.