Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, has efficiently finished the very first version of 'SAIFI', a summer training program for undergraduate students in the Kingdom, introduced jointly by the Ministry of Labor and Social Development (MOLSD) and the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF). Aimed at training and establishing functional skills among the country's young people, the four-week internship program ranged from 8 July until 2 August, with the participation of 15 male and female undergraduate students.
Allowing the participants the possibility to develop a much deeper understanding of the numerous aspects of the company's operations and the maritime industry in general, the first edition of the program saw the students get practical training while working within the company's various business and functional units, including Human Resources, Infotech,
Financing and Bookkeeping, Corporate Communications, Sales, Administrative Affairs, and Workflow. Commenting on the completion of the program's initial edition, Hisham Alkhaldi, Senior VP for Human Being Resources and Corporate Communications, said: "Bahri's Human Resources department has a long-term technique in position to sustain Saudization and improve the financial contribution of the nationwide workforce through training and internship programs with universities and institutes that raise the employability of local abilities. The 'SAIFI' program is focused on introducing university students to the workplace and preparing them to get in the marketplace. The Bahri Talent Management team established a four-week training program where trainees were oriented on all aspects of Bahri's procedures and were designated a number of tasks and duties as part of the learning experience."
" We are committed to sustaining Bahri's growth and allowing it to attain its long-lasting vision. To this end, we are likewise striving to equip ladies and enable their addition in different fields, in addition to sustaining Saudi young people to explore occupation possibilities in the maritime industry and helping them establish their technical skills. Bahri likewise appoints wonderful significance to sustain Saudization among nationwide companies. Actually, 69% of our staff members at Bahri are Saudi nationals," Alkhaldi included.
Alkhaldi said thanks to the trainees for their dedication to efficiently finishing the 'SAIFI' program, stressing that the program provided an outstanding opportunity to share our experiences and know-how for the common good of our nation and the industry.
Speaking about the program, among the trainees Ali Asiri said: " I have had a great training experience at Bahri where I got a great deal of experience, took on several new responsibilities and found out about the various elements of Social Media such as creating and releasing content for different platforms in addition to media and visual selection. I've likewise had the chance to boost my individual skills such as photography."
". My experiences with Human Resources Department were very effective and I have profited enormously from all the suggestions presented to me by the team. I am grateful for all the assistance and guidance I obtained from the Bahri group and the 'SAIFI' program," claimed another intern Nouf Almansour.