Initiated in February this year, the Tahlya programme will have three courses and train 60 job seekers by November. The second batch was inducted as soon as the first batch graduated. We are proud to witness the graduation of the first batch of trainees of the Tahlya Training Programme, which equipped them with skills and knowledge, enabling them to play an important role in the desalination sector, said Shabib Mohammed al Mamari, communications and external affairs manager at BP Oman. Out of the 18 job seekers who were trained under Tahlya, two are women. Ahoud al Hashmi and Shatha al Rashdi overcame challenges related to the technical aspects to achieve success. To succeed in such technical areas what really matters is motivation and a strong desire to work. Having faith in ones capability and potential is of paramount importance, this is what enabled us to successfully complete the programme, said Shatha. I am very happy with how the trainees approached this course. They have applied themselves in a dedicated, professional manner and have consistently displayed a genuine interest in what they are learning. I am confident that they will carve a niche for themselves in this sector.
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Online training on operational security, terrorism awareness and cybersecurity will continue, the message said. The changes are part of a plan for less online instruction and more face-to-face training by small-unit leaders, said Lt. Gen. Robert S. Walsh, head of Marine Corps Combat Development Command. The leader-led discussion approach optimizes the transfer of learning, provides the opportunity for immediate feedback and remediation, and can occur at almost any time or place, he said in the message announcing the changes. Small-unit leaders will gain experience and maturity as they lead training discussions, he said, adding that Training and Education Command will offer online support to help leaders conduct in-person training. Lance Cpl. Bradley Wood, a flight equipment technician with the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing on Okinawa, welcomed the changes and said Marines learn better in person.