Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched an comprehensive training program for 600 RTA female employees pointed toward setting them up for “higher leading positions, encouraging intensity ideas and inspiring their abilities in various job scopes”.
Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, RTA Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors endorsed the master training plan, modelled after advanced training methodologies, which will run from December 2021 to March 2022.
As indicated by RTA: “The initiative includes an coaching program zeroed in on women at work notwithstanding e-Learning training courses run by reputable international universities and institutions such as Harvard University, Case Western Reserve University and workshops delivered by Women@Work organisation.”
Al Tayer, said: “The launch of this women empowerment training plan is lined up with the national strategy for the empowerment of women in the UAE. It stems from RTA’s commitment to encourage and support women, support an appropriate preparing environment for them to take up driving positions, and add to RTA’s successes and ambitions.”
Moaza Al Marri, executive director, Office of RTA Director-General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors, added: “This plan for women empowerment aims to train them on current and future critical leadership roles. It addresses the tools required for fast-tracking women career progressions such as professional communication, modern negotiation techniques, leadership, and enriching knowledge and teamwork.”
She added: “It likewise assesses difficulties facing female employees at work, sharpening abilities of profiting from the preparation openings, gathering knowledge about significant perspectives of interest for women at work, and developing knowledge about the procedures that empower women to become spearheading and fantastic in their jobs.”
“Among the key objectives of the drive is to urge employees to design and understand their administration yearnings and find some kind of harmony between family, work and women as a free body,” Al Marri added.
The training programmes will run from December 2021 to March 2022. The RTA’s Women Committee has published a Learning Skills Guide intended to give effective assessment and learning tools to support self-learning and optimise the benefit from the programmes of the training plan.
Subjects talked about in the aide incorporate grown-up learning styles, four-way personality analysis and techniques for planning self-learning plans. It contains data on the best way to join women’s expert affiliations, impediments confronting the student and how to defeat them, setting the ideal occasions for picking up, creating learning propensities and fostering an assurance record that predicts the likelihood of the student’s accomplishing troublesome objectives.
The RTA noticed that it “is enthused about cultivating an intriguing environment for women to take up driving jobs and partake viably in its achievements”. The RTA has 817 female employees who make up 22% of its absolute labor force. The number of Emirati women employed in RTA has reached 691. Female employees are available in a few ventures and projects undertaken by RTA.