Dubai, UAE, July 15, 2022 du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company( EITC), is celebrating World Youth Chops Day – established by the United Nations to illuminate the strategic significance of equipping immature people with chops for employment, work and entrepreneurship. To mark the occasion, du Youth Council handed a unique occasion to a group of talented high academe graduates to gain chops and learn farther about the telecommunications sector at its innovative new HQ in Dubai Hills.
As part of the exclusive program, a group of UAE scholars were invited to shadow du workers in several departments whilst du Youth Council eased a high quality knowledge terrain with a focus on chops development, formal training and practical work experience. The telco aims to play an important part in engaging and equipping the future pool for dynamic skill- demands by companies, organisations and communities.
On World Youth Chops Day, du Youth Council also reiterated its commitment to empowering Emirati youth within the organisation to realise their professional eventuality and make a gift channel that fosters the profitable imperatives of the UAE’s knowledge- predicated economy through ICT. du’s new HQ further enables its transformative strategy – with a renewed emphasis on furnishing career development for Emirati leaders and aspiring gift of henceforth.
Operating under the steadfast umbrella of Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), du is an integral driver of the UAE’s economic, social and digital transformation. Thriving on digitally innovating all facets of the contemporary telecom experience, we touch the lives of millions of customers everyday as a dedicated enabler of connectivity, continuity and growth across consumer and enterprise segments. Whether delivering state-of-the-art Smart City infrastructure, bespoke enterprise ICT solutions, government communications, secure data solutions, or the very best in home entertainment and value, we are a reliable telco and ICT player shaping the future of communication for a more connected tomorrow