Abu-Ghazaleh: Over 22.000 Trainees at TAG-Knowledge Stations’
AMMAN – Since their establishment in 2015 up to the end of 2019, more than 22 thousand trainees in various governorates of the Kingdom benefited from training courses conducted by the Knowledge Stations, affiliate of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Society (TAG-KS), as reported by TAG-KS
According to the said TAG-KS report, the number of training courses held during the aforementioned period exceeded one thousand, noting that the Knowledge Stations have seen noticeable development since their establishment, either regarding the spread of their branches in all governorates or regarding the number and quality of the courses offered.
To build capacities of the youth and community members, TAG-Knowledge Stations hold training courses in various areas including life skills, Training of Trainers (ToT), internal audit, accounting, English language, strategic management, workplace ethics, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) Management, human resources among others.
It is worth mentioning that the establishment of the Knowledge Stations crystallizes the aspirations and visions of HM King Abdullah II Ibn Al-Hussein on the urgent need to pay special interest to remote areas and governorates throughout the Kingdom, and as part of the corporate social responsibility Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global) conducts in supporting the youth by providing them with modern learning methods and tools with quality experience offered by TAG.Global’s professionals and experts to meet labor market challenges with the best qualifications
In this regard, particular attention is given by HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, founder and chairman of TAG.Global, to the knowledge stations which support them with all required resources, applications, expertise, in addition to signing various agreements that contribute to enhancing the efficiency of the training programs.
Moreover, Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Stations offer various other services tailored to the needs of the communities and youth in particular by conducting training programs and diplomas, using the Internet and computer, offering recruitment consulting services, organizing different awareness workshops in various fields, contributing to volunteering work, encouraging the youth to carry out their own projects, and contributing to the provision of effective ‘digital learning’ tools and methods.
It should be mentioned that the Knowledge Stations had never stopped their work, not even for a single day during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, due to their ability to work ‘remotely’ through digital programs and applications in collaboration with other smart platforms at TAG.Global.