CUD joins with Seed Training Center to extend corporate training services in Bahrain
Canadian University Dubai (CUD) has joined forces with Seed Training Center to extend its corporate training and consultancy services into the Kingdom of Bahrain. The new collaboration was sealed with the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) between Pr. Karim Chelli, President of CUD, and Mr. Osama Al-Nuwain, General Manager of Seed Training Center, Bahrain.
The new agreement will see the two organizations collaborate on providing the full lifecycle of corporate training and consultancy services, from diagnosis and design, to delivery and evaluation, across a range of professional disciplines, to clients in Bahrain’s Government and business sectors.
The partnership is set in the context of a Bahraini Government initiative to support professional development and job-related training for working nationals. Seed Training Center is well established as a trusted provider of training programs in areas such as construction, manufacturing, IT, hospitality and retail. The alliance with CUD will help to bring a wider portfolio of training and consultancy services to the local market, as well as adding an international dimension to the training products on offer in the country.
Mr. Al-Nuwain commented, “It is a pleasure for us to partner with a respected institution such as Canadian University Dubai and our hope is that this agreement will add real value to the market in Bahrain by bringing forward tried and tested higher-level skills training, combined with international expertise in delivery.”
Speaking on behalf of CUD, Pr. Chelli said, “We are delighted to enter into this partnership to help develop the human capital of Bahrain through business education. This collaboration should not only support on the job training for professionals in growing sectors of the economy, but also promote business to business networks, for the benefit of both the UAE and Bahraini communities.”
Process of Accreditation
It has always been an ongoing aim that Seed training would one day become nationally recognised.
Seed Training Centre has become an approved City & Guilds training centre.
This means that seed is able to offer City & Guilds training to its customers.
Becoming a City & Guilds centre was a natural next step for us as we work towards our goal of becoming a one-stop-shop training provider. We’re very proud of our achievement and look forward to helping customers further evolve both their product knowhow and personal career development.