Association of Iraqi Private Banks Conducts Workshop «Modern Professional Practices in Analysis of Training Needs and Linking Them to the Career Track»

Part of the workshop Banks

Economy News _ Baghdad

The Association of Iraqi Private Banks, in cooperation with the Central Bank of Iraq’s Banking Center and the Joint Efforts Group, held a workshop entitled “Modern professional practices in analyzing training needs and linking them to the career path” on Monday.
The Executive Director of the Association of Iraqi Private Banks Ali Tarek, during the workshop, which was attended by “Economy News”, “The Association worked more than four years to establish training courses and workshops for employees working in the banking sector and to inform them of the latest systems and information in place in the world Developed in the banking field. ”
“The training programs organized by the Association are based on the requirements of the Central Bank for the development of the Iraqi banking sector, as well as through the Association of Iraqi private banks with the departments of banks operating in the country on the importance of the development of staff working in banks.
For his part, said the executive director of the joint efforts company Marwan Issa, “The workshop began with the prior planning by the company and the Association of Iraqi private banks to target management, which leads the training process in banking institutions and identify the training needs of all employees in the banking sector, noting that” How to invest in human capital and career planning and the development of internationally approved training plans. “He
noted that” a number of correct experiences and professional practices will be presented in the field of training. ”

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