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01 April 2018

The Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) took part in the Careers Day exhibition held recently under the patronage of Education Minister Dr. Majid bin Ali Al Nuaimi.

The minister went around the exhibition after the opening ceremony along with officials of the Bahrain Training Institute.

He also visited the GPIC pavilion, where he was briefed on the company, its activities and nature of its work. He was also told about training programmes offered to public and private schools and universities, as well as its role in serving society and fulfilling social responsibilities.

The minister applauded the company's policies in employment and training as well as opportunities it offers to attract young Bahrainis who aspire to work at the company.

The minister expressed admiration at the exhibition and thanked the company's management for being its platinum sponsor.

The minister praised the cooperation between the GPIC and the ministry and said it supports the ministry’s events and programmes.

He also praised training opportunities the company makes available within its complex, including at its Leadership Academy and the eLearning Centre, which provide the latest training programmes to benefit students from schools and universities.

GPIC President Dr. Abdulrahman Jawahery said the company is keen to extend cooperation and communication with various universities, scientific institutions and schools, to contribute to the interests of students and to provide them with the required skills in shaping the future of Bahrain.

Dr. Jawahery said he was always keen to support the event that guides students in the best ways to succeed at the professional level by highlighting available employment opportunities.

He said the exhibition is an important annual event, which contributes to solidifying the labour market and helps students choose areas they wish to join in the future.

He said the exhibition is a link between various companies, institutions, university students and training institutes to identify available career opportunities available to students who are about to graduate and inform them about market developments.

The Careers Day, organized by the Bahrain Training Institute, is a valuable opportunity for students to gain as much information as possible about the labour market and to learn how to communicate with representatives of companies in a manner that reflects their interest in their future career.