OAB Awards Third Batch of Employees for Completion of ‘Ta’heal’ Training Programme

Muscat, October 30, 2018: As part of its ongoing support and development of human resources, Oman Arab Bank (OAB) has announced the successful completion of the third batch of its ‘Ta’heal’ staff training programme. The programme was designed specifically for the Bank’s service employees. The third edition of this program was launched during the period from September 9 to 13, 2018 and was aimed at qualifying and developing the employee’s skills and capabilities; in turn, helping offer them better opportunities at the Bank in the future.

Commenting on the ‘Ta’heal’ programme, Adil said, “Providing our staff with every possible opportunity for career growth has always been a key point of focus for the Bank. ‘Ta’heal’ is just such a programme that, right from its very inception in August last year, was designed to target service employees, as part of the Bank’s approach in providing career growth opportunities to employees at all levels. It was aimed at providing our employees with the necessary skill sets and knowledge to take their performance to the next level, and ensure that they are keeping pace with all updates in the banking field.”

The programme was focused on several topics such as CASA, problem-solving, and visa cards. It also offers employees a better understanding of their individual role in achieving the goals of the institution, the role of the institution itself in assisting with their development in their areas of work, as well as introducing the principles of internal communication, teamwork, and institutional loyalty.

Oman Arab Bank is proud to have achieved the highest Omanisation percentage within the banking sector, nearing 96%. It is also one of the first banks to be established in Oman with a rich and proud history. Today, the bank operates a nationwide network of 65 branches and representative offices and 150 ATMs spread across the Sultanate. OAB also provides a complete range of financial products and services for personal banking, corporate, and investment clients.