Training Calendar – September 2018
We are glad to share with you the training calendar with Gulf Drug certified in-house courses that are open for self-enrollment and nomination in September 2018.
In order to avail such an exciting opportunity, please review the following:
Training Courses Information
Training Calendar for September 2018
Training Enrollment form
What you get:
-Workplace skills along with strong colleague network and experience sharing environment
-Certificate to improve your professional portfolio with GulfDrug credentials – the leading healthcare organization in the UAE and subsidiaries across the world (sample below):
Training Courses Information:
How to enroll:
Use the training enrollment form (https://www.dropbox.com/s/7clo65kev2ifcdm/HRF068GD%20-%20Training%20Enrollment%20Form.docx?dl=0) and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Training Calendar for September 2018 (below)
All self-enrollments are subject to your reporting manager’s approval.
Precise training administration details will be communicated afterwards to all those who have enrolled / have been nominated.
All Gulf Drug in-house certified courses are aimed at a holistic understanding of a subject while providing attendees with practical techniques that can be applied in the workplace. Every training has a systematic approach and various evaluation tools, as well as engaging case studies, video analysis, role plays and diverse activities accompanied with thorough student materials and support.
Reviews from participants:
“I have improved a lot, the course has been very beneficial for me. Thank you very much for all the support and guidance.”
“Thank you very much for delivering an informative and thought provoking lecture on professional selling skills course. It was a splendid presentation which exposed me to new presentation skills and selling techniques.”
“Clients started to communicate with me more eagerly”
“Thank you for professional training delivery”
“The training is a great help for me in my daily work particularly here in Gulf Drug.”