To ensure the sustainability of the career development centers and its career services, the AUC team will train the UCCD staff of Ain Shams University -- faculty of commerce to become Career Service Providers who are capable of providing career guidance services to university students.
This center is among 20 other UCCDs in 12 universities across Egypt that aim to provide one million students with access to career education, and bridge the gap between the university education outcomes and the industry and labor market needs.
This inauguration comes after the opening of three Zagazig University UCCDs last week, to reach a total of twelve university centers for career development that have opened to date all over Egypt.
UCCD offers a 360Ac solution that also encompasses competency based training programs developed to fit the needs and expectations of the employees and the companies in the sector.
He added: "UCCD will equip and inspire Omani companies to practice the highest standards of the profession, develop their capacities in water and energy, and encourage Omani talents to realize their full potential".
UCCD has the ambition to promote career opportunities, attract talents, develop their potential, and anticipate tomorrow's business needs for a sustainable Omanization process of the sector; through the development of competences for better drinking water, wastewater and electricity services in the Sultanate.
Omar al-Wahaibi, CEO, EH Group, and Chairman of UCCD, explained how UCCD fits with the Sultanate's values and strategy, which focuses on Omanization and talents development to boost growth and development.
UCCD was officially inaugurated today in a ceremony held under the patronage Mohammed bin Abdullah al-Mahrouqi, Chairman of the Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW) and Chairman of the Electricity Holding Company in the presence of Patrice Fonlladosa, President and CEO of Veolia Africa Middle East, Xavier Joseph, CEO of Veolia Gulf Countries, and Eng.
Nama Institute for Competency Development (NICD), (Previously known as UCCD
), a joint venture between Nama Group and Veolia, organised a workshop on the new ISO 14001:2015 -- environmental management system standard, 2015.