Under the terms of the two-year agreement, PDO and Oman LNG will jointly fund training for employment programmes for job-seekers in a variety of economic sectors. A joint team representing the two parties will be formed to manage the selection of sectors and training programmes, and successful trainees will then be offered full-time jobs in their area of training.
A second MoU was signed with the Oman LNG Development Foundation whereby the Development Foundation will commit a designated amount to jointly fund a training-for-employment programme through PDO’s established National Objectives scheme.
The agreements were signed by PDO Managing Director Raoul Restucci and Oman LNG Development Foundation, Chief Executive Officer Shaikh Khalid al Massan, at PDO’s Knowledge World venue in Muscat.
Restucci said: “PDO is pleased to partner with Oman LNG on this training initiative which will provide many young Omanis with the opportunity to forge rewarding careers. This move comes as part of our concerted efforts to develop Omani talent. Creating work for our job-seekers is a key aim for PDO and a national priority for the Sultanate, and we remain committed to generating employment opportunities both within and beyond the oil and gas sector.”
Oman LNG Chief Executive Officer Harib al Kitani commented: “We are delighted to partner with PDO in another context of excellence. We continue to press forward to enhance job creation opportunities for Omanis. Through Oman LNG Development Foundation, we are proud of our success and achievements in nurturing young Omani talents with the adequate and efficient competencies to fulfil the high rivalry markets’ needs and explore innovative opportunities. ”
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