New Horizons Career Development Centre to offer CBP programme

Travel News Asia Friday, 26 May 2006

New Horizons Career Development Centre - a leading training centre in the Middle East aimed at individuals looking to expand their current professional skills or to take the first step towards a new career - has expanded its learning products and training courses to include the innovative business professional certification course (CBP) programme, aimed at UAE managers and entrepreneurs.

The CBP programme, provided by Track - the authorized distributor in the Middle East and North Africa - establishes a foundation-level, industry-neutral certification for business professionals, and gives employers and employees a platform to develop their skills for targeted positions within corporations. The CBP also develops important life-skills that transcend the work environment.

Offered in English and Arabic, the one-month CBP training program will start in June and cover sales, leadership, customer service, business communication and business etiquette.

Almost every job has a core set of information and business skill components that professionals are expected to have and develop, said Mr. Mohammed Aslam, New Horizons general manager for the UAE. We chose the CBP the worlds fastest growing business certification programme - to ensure we meet the obvious market need for secured learning products and certification courses.

The training course is composed of workshops, lectures and hands-on sessions to maximize the trainer's potential, with certification examinations to measure the skills and knowledge earned through the programme.

Becoming an authorized training partner (ATP) for CBP will help us provide the region with the highest quality learning products and certifications, concluded Aslam.

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