Qatar Today - - AFFAIRS | LOCAL -

Work­ers build­ing sta­di­ums for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will soon be­gin a be­spoke train­ing pro­gramme de­signed to in­tro­duce them to life in Qatar, im­prove tech­ni­cal ca­pa­bil­i­ties, en­hance job per­for­mance, and in­crease pro­duc­tiv­ity and safety.

The pro­gramme has been fos­tered by SC and Qatar In­ter­na­tional Safety Cen­tre (QISC). SC re­cently signed a one-year part­ner­ship with QISC to pilot this train­ing pro­gramme for work­ers cur­rently en­gaged in World Cup 2022-re­lated projects.

As part of the first phase roll­out, work­ers will be of­fered a smooth tran­si­tion into work­ing and liv­ing in Qatar by be­ing taught about ba­sic knowl­edge such as how to use an ATM, learn­ing key English and Ara­bic phrases, and how to get around Qatar. They will also re­ceive re­fresher tu­to­ri­als on health and safety stan­dards, the SC's Work­ers' Wel­fare Stan­dards, the SC's available griev­ance mech­a­nisms, and other SC ini­tia­tives and pro­grammes they can ben­e­fit from.

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