More fringe benefits from Airtel as it offers staff free training

Workers of telecommunication firms could soon benefit from free training courtesy of giant network operator Airtel Rwanda and Learning Resources Management Group (LRMG).

The two yesterday announced they would work together to offer the workers in African countries the services.

The training will make use of 500 courses from LRMG covering subjects including accounting, human resource, information and technology, customer service as well as leadership and management skills.
According to Airtel, training will enable the workers to tap and nurture local talents and improve on leadership skills within the organizations.
Airtel Africa’s human resource officer David Ssegawa said the company recognizes the importance of employees and is always ready to offer them opportunities to learn and grow with the company.
“The programme provides practical importance, encourages learning culture within the organization thus knowledge sharing from experts which will increase productivity from our staff,” Ssegawa said.
Airtel workers from the following African countries will benefit Burkina Faso, Chad, Zambia, DRC, Seychelles, Gabon, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Ghana, Congo B, Kenya, Madagascar, Sierra Leone, Malawi, Niger and Nigeria .
Airtel is reputed for supporting talent in Africa. In 2011, it started Airtel Rising Stars, a soccer talent initiative targeted at boys and girls aged between 13 and 17 years. The project identifies the talented players and nurtures them to international status.

LRMG was founded in 1989 and offers training in talent management, career transition, consultation and assessments services.

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