The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, met with 25 members from the Middle Management Program, who finished up an advanced training program under the Modernization Project, a press release reported.
The training program was presented in cooperation with Baker Hughes for three months in its locations in USA, England, Italy, Germany and UAE. The program aims at enhancing the levels of scientific and professional skills as well as the experiences of the young calibers through engaging them in the company’s work environment.
El Molla said that the petroleum ministry targets to establish qualified competences who are able to take responsibility in the future. He also pointed out the importance of the foreign partners’ roles in supporting this program, praising these partnerships and their efforts in putting a suitable framework for the youth and enabling them to have new experiences in the technical and management fields.
Moreover, the minister said that the experiences that the youth have obtained abroad will benefit the petroleum sector in Egypt as the youth will transfer their experiences which will contribute in advancing the sector’s operations’ efficiency.
He also praised the youth’s desire to work and exert efforts in achieving more progress to the sector, in addition to guarantee sustainable success, noting that this program aims at coping up with digitization and using modern technologies in business administration.
The youth confirmed how this program is important in strengthening their strategic planning and dynamic thinking skills by exposing them to different work experiences.
They noted the skills that they acquired, including how to apply the most efficient practices in their fields using new technologies that are available in the international companies, in addition to the models and practices related to health, safety and environment (HSE) as well as the digitization to increase performance efficiency and enhance their creativity and leadership and problem-solving skills through Baker Hughes’ teamwork.