PureHealth launches student and graduate trainee programmes for UAE Nationals

ABU DHABI: PureHealth has launched student and graduate trainee programmes for UAE Nationals with the aim of supporting Emiratisation targets in the UAE’s healthcare sector. The programmes are part of the Emirati Development Center, a initiative initi…


ABU DHABI: PureHealth has launched student and graduate trainee programmes for UAE Nationals with the aim of supporting Emiratisation targets in the UAE’s healthcare sector. The programmes are part of the Emirati Development Center, a initiative initiated by PureHealth in line with the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030. Open to graduate and undergraduate students in the clinical, pharmaceutical, nursing, and management fields, the Emirati Development Center will offer student and graduate trainee programmes, helping to foster a sustainable UAE National healthcare workforce.

To offer a diverse range of learning experiences and accommodate various academic schedules and career aspirations, the Graduate Trainee Programme lasts for 12 months, while the Student Trainee Programme is for a shorter and flexible term. Both programmes will provide young, National talent with opportunities to start and accelerate their career by enabling personal and professional development through on-the-job training and learning from e
xperience.

Rashed Al Qubaisi, Chief Corporate Officer at PureHealth, said: ‘At PureHealth, our core mission is to nurture the next generation of healthcare leaders. Our focus lies in equipping them with vital practical skills and knowledge gained through hands-on experiences and real-world projects. We maintain a steadfast commitment to fostering a strong and highly skilled national healthcare workforce, with the ultimate goal of driving advancements within the healthcare sector in the UAE. Our efforts play a key role in supporting Abu Dhabi’s Economic Vision 2030, as well as national economic plans to achieve greater self-sufficiency, we are proud of our collaborations with esteemed academic institutions, which play a key role in supporting our endeavors.’

PureHealth has established partnerships with leading universities with the aim of building a sustainable pool of UAE National talent, nurturing the growth of young leaders who will shape the future of the healthcare industry. To ensure the selection of t
he leading candidates for these programmes, shortlisted applicants will undergo various interviews and assessments.

As part of the group’s long-term commitment to nurturing 1,000 future UAE Nationals within the coming years and solidifying its status as the employer of choice, the Emirati Development Center plays a significant role in enhancing the skills and knowledge of employees, offering tailored learning and development journeys designed to drive their professional growth.

Source: Emirates News Agency

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