The Egyptian Banking Institute (EBI), the training arm of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE), has announced that its e-learning training courses are now available through its platform.
The courses, which are open to banking and non–banking sectors, come as part of the EBI’s ongoing efforts to provide new opportunities and training for individuals to enhance their skills.
The easier access to courses opens the door to those who are willing to train in any of the available areas. These include banking, finance, performance development, management skills, small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), systems and information technology. These individuals are now able to select the programme they are looking for, register & pay online.
“We continuously work to provide and facilitate access to e-learning through EBI platforms, aiming to provide all members of the society an access to a flexible training process,” said EBI Executive Director, Abdel Aziz Nossier.
In collaboration with Hult Ashridge Executive Education, the EBI has announced that it is also offering free access to three webinars. These are available for access through a link published on the institute’s social media platforms.
The webinars cover a variety of vital topics, with the first webinar launched entitled “Emerging Stronger: How to reinvent your Business Model” led by Ted Ladd, Professor of Business Leadership and Dean of Research at Hult Ashridge Executive Education.
The second webinar, entitled “The Future of Learning at Work”, delivered by Dr Christopher McCormick, Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs at Education First (EF).
The third webinar, which is scheduled to take place on 30 June and is entitled “Navigating a New Future: Leadership for a Sustainable Recovery”. The webinar will be delivered by Matthew Gitsham, Director of the Hult Ashridge Business and Sustainability Center, and Julian Thomson, Head of Leadership Development at Hult Ashridge.
“Hult Ashridge Executive Education is one of the world’s most distinguished business schools, helping organisations to improve their leadership, strategic thinking and organisational culture,” Nossier added regarding the institute’s partnership with Halt Ashridge. He confirmed that this cooperation comes as part of an investment supporting a long-term relationship between the two renowned institutions.