The first batch of graduates was successfully chosen based on their academic achievements followed by a rigorous assessment and interview process. The two year programme, designed to provide both general professional skills and specialist technical development opportunities, will take the graduates through a job rotation schedule in order to understand every division of the company and where their individual strengths can be best utilised.
Utilising the BIC’s comprehensive off-road track and expert drivers, guests of the event were driven around diverse natural and man-made obstacles to get a first-hand feel of how Toyota’s 4X4 SUVs perform on different terrains. Available at the event were Toyota’s Land Cruiser, FJ Cruiser, Prado and Fortuner models.
A selection of over 25 private and public companies participated in the event which was created to highlight possible career paths for Bahraini students, fresh graduates, and job seekers. It also serves as a platform for students to interact with professionals and gain knowledge about opportunities and understand the deliverables expected from them in the workspace.
Chief engineer of the new Yaris; Takatomo Suzuki, said: “The team of Toyota engineers has created the new Yaris under the concept ‘New Value Pioneer’ with the ultimate goal of developing a car that excels in serving the preferences of active people who follow trends and innovation, and offering the unique pride of ownership. Furthermore, the new Yaris delivers optimal performance and fun driving experience while maintaining great fuel economy and intense driving pleasure.”
Ebrahim K. Kanoo in cooperation with the University of Bahrain organised a 3 day Management Development Course, attended by 18 middle management personnel from various departments across the company.
The course, delivered by the Oasis Training Center, looked at different aspects of business management and was specifically designed to improve managers’ different managerial skills and management approaches.