SAP supports digital skills in Bahrain

SAP Young Professional Program furthers Bahrain's digital transformation objectives through kill building initiative

SAP, Bahrain, Digital skills, Skills gap, Training, Digital transformation

SAP has announced the graduation of 25 young talents from the SAP Young Professional Program, a digital skill build initiative by the SAP Training and Development Institute. This initiative is aimed at supporting Bahrain’s digital workforce of the future and digital transformation. 

The virtual graduation was held in the presence of H.E. Kai Boeckmann, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Bahrain, as well as representatives from Bahrain Economic Development Board.

During the 3-month-long program, recent university graduates gained technical and soft skills to become SAP Associate Consultants. More than 99 percent of program graduates across 24 countries have successfully been placed into careers.

“The SAP Young Professional Program has empowered me to communicate effectively, work with people, and form meaningful connections with clients,” said Zainab Allawi, a graduate of the Young Professional Program Bahrain. “We are ready to succeed in the job market and to help SAP customers and partners.”

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