Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) freezone’s governing body Dubai Healthcare City Authority (DHCA) has launched Masari, a tailored employment training program for the UAE Nationals.
According to the statement, the program supports the UAE’s goals to boost the Emirati workforce.
The program provides three-month paid placements for Emirati fresh graduates, across core DHCA business functions and various departments, including business administration, finance, marketing, and communications, information technology.
“Masari Program will give young trainees valuable experience that will contribute to their future successes, by enabling them to harness their academic knowledge to build their professional careers. They will learn on the job directly from department heads, have their place in a team, and will be compensated monthly to get a feel of what it is like in a fully functioning workplace environment. Our aim is that it will provide us with a pool of talent who we can nurture and develop to play important roles in the future long-term sustainable development of DHCC.”
According to the statement, “In the initial phase of the program, each three-month training pathway will see the qualified trainees embarking on professional training while given the right level of training from industry professionals.”
Each graduate who completes the DHCA training will receive certification, which will help build their credentials for future employment applications.
In September, the UAE Government announced plans to increase the number of Emiratis in the private sector by 75,000 over the next five years, as part of its bold ‘Projects of the 50’ Strategy.’
It is part of the series of developmental and economic projects that intend to accelerate the UAE’s development and transform it into a comprehensive hub in all sectors and establish its status as an ideal destination for talents and investors. ‘Projects of the 50’ covers several key sectors such as economy, entrepreneurship, advanced skills, digital economy, space, and advanced technologies, as per the reports.