Rabat - Morocco Renault Group celebrated the first graduates of its School of Management on Friday in Marrakesh.
Rabat – Morocco Renault Group celebrated the first graduates of its School of Management on Friday in Marrakesh.
The project is part of the “collaborators” axis of the Group’s 2016 vision, based on the development of management quality.
This project aims to develop and upgrade the managerial skills of all managers, enhance employability, anticipate market trends and their impact on businesses, support employees in the construction of their professional projects, create a conducive environment for team cohesion, and strengthen synergies between the various business associates.
The CEO of Morocco Renault Group, Jacques Prost, stressed that this training is likely to strengthen managerial capacity and help improve company performance, praising the group spirit, solidarity, motivation, respect, trust, and transparency that prevailed during the training.
“This dynamic adds value that could contribute to the growth of the company,” he added.
The training courses within the Management School are structured in 3 stages. The first level is a common core curriculum called “Indimaj Course,” and is given to 100 percent of managers of Renault Morocco Group.
The second stage is a course for advanced management. The third stage is a personalized course for heads of departments.
The ceremony was an opportunity to celebrate the graduates of the first level “Indimaj Course,” whose training took place over four weeks.
The first and last week took place in the residential zones in Marrakesh. They were devoted to external training courses in partnership with specialized firms.
During the second and third weeks, Renault focused on internal training courses. They were held at the Training Institute for careers in the automotive industry in Tangier and the Renault Academy Training Center in Casablanca.
Edited by Timothy Filla