Saud Bahwan Group to induct new batch of Omani Senior Foremen

MUSCAT: Prompt, caring and nationwide Service operations offered by Saud Bahwan Automotive are one of the key pillars upholding Toyota’s enduring popularity in Oman. Toyota Service is staffed by some of the most dedicated and well-trained personnel — and equipped with some of the world’s most advanced machinery & diagnostic equipment.
To gain employment in these operations is a wonderful opportunity to learn and grow. To see a smile of satisfaction on the faces of customers is one the most fulfilling rewards.
Now, Saud Bahwan Automotive is to induct National trainees into the winning Toyota Service team as Senior Foremen. The Nationals are due to complete their training by this month end.
According to the Group spokesperson, “The National trainees underwent a 12-months duration course that began in August 2017 and completed in August 2018. The entry qualification prescribed for this advanced course is Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma certificate. The course curriculum has been approved by the Ministry of Manpower.”
Following the successful completion of the training, the Nationals will be inducted in the capacity of Senior Foremen, to be suitably deployed in various Toyota Service locations across the Sultanate.
Further clarifying, the spokesperson adds, “The course is designed with a mix of academic and practical components. While the academic component (class room training) is delivered at the Saud Bahwan Training Centre premises, the practical ‘On-the-job’ training is imparted at Toyota Service locations.”
Saud Bahwan Group continuously practices Omanisation, a vital national priority. The Group endeavours to make available essential training & gainful employment to Omani employees.
To help Omani employees build successful long-term careers, they are provided with adequate training, expert skills-development and continuous on-the-job exposure.
A significant number of Omanis have benefited from these programmes that are designed to bring National employees at par with the latest practices followed around the world.
“By creating rewarding careers for Omani Nationals through continuous training and skills development SBG lives the letter and spirit of Omanisation process. No wonder then that, over the years, a plethora of awards — locally, regionally and from across the globe — have been bestowed upon the Group,” remarks the spokesperson.
With the personal involvement and guidance of the Chairman, Mr Mohammed Saud Bahwan, the Group will continue making rapid strides towards fulfilling the vital national priority of Omanisation