Alba exceeds 5% training hours in 2015

Manama, Jan. 31 (BNA): Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C (Alba), one of the top industrial employers in the Kingdom of Bahrain and a leading aluminium smelter in the world, is proud to have achieved above the industry benchmark of 5% training hours of the total man hours in 2015.

The Company has achieved this figure successfully for three years in a row, thus reiterating its commitment towards employee training and development.

Alba has one of the most advanced employee training and development programmes in the Kingdom, wherein the employees are trained as per international standards of excellence in all fields.

Alba’s Chief Executive Officer Tim Murray paid a recent visit to the Company’s Training Department, accompanied by Manager Training Rawdha Al Aradi. Murray met with the Alba trainees and highlighted all the distinctive accomplishments of Alba in 2015, especially in the field of training. He encouraged the trainees to maximise their knowledge and urged them to make the most out of every chance they get at learning.

Alba’s CEO Tim Murray further said:

‘We believe that there is nothing more valuable than education. As a corporate citizen proud of its Bahraini roots, Alba wants to ensure that our Company is a unique and excellent place for our employees to work, and in line with the same, we remain committed towards strengthening our learning culture and developing our workforce.’

For over forty years, Alba has been committed to providing Bahraini nationals with meaningful training opportunities that help build successful careers. The Training Department conducts various training courses with the aim of improving employees’ technical and leadership skills to maintain Alba’s position as a leader in the aluminium industry.


BNA 1359 GMT 2016/01/31

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