In a proposal to break into the UAE’s education sector, Jacky’s Group of Companies has announced that its Anisuma Training Institute will give executive education and training programmes to assist improve the careers of senior executives and mid-career professionals.
As part of a bond with the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIML), for its first programme Anisuma will provide its general management programme for executives (GMPe), which has been designed and tailored for the needs of the UAE workforce.
The assistant vice president of Jacky’s Electronics and the founder director of the Anisuma Training Institute, Mahesh Chotrani mentioned in a statement, “Education has always been very close to our heart and we believe it is our responsibility to give back to the society by providing for quality education in the region.”
He also stated that, “The world of business is constantly evolving, and for career-enhancement it is imperative to stay on top by understanding and applying those changes, this is where mid-career education is not just important; but sometimes necessary,” he added. “The GMPe program at Anisuma has been designed accordingly.”
The 22-day long programme will be expand over the period of nine months, and will be scheduled on weekends with 17 days in Dubai and five days at the IIM Lucknow campus.
A second batch of the programme will be held in May 2018, providing other IIM Lucknow programmes like leadership, marketing, sales, HR, financial and strategic management courses.
The certificate programme can be obtained by people from all nationalities with at recent seven years of professional experience and at least a Bachelor’s degree. The first batch will involve 32 participants.
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