Informa Connect Middle East Joins WorldatWork as First Global Education Partner – News

Published: Thu 13 Oct 2022, 11:59

Last update: Thu 13 Oct 2022, 12:01

Following the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Informa Connect Middle East and WorldatWork on March 29 in Dubai, the two organizations have entered into a first-of-its-kind partnership in the region to provide classroom learning solutions to individuals and organizations in the MENA region – a partnership supported and orchestrated by talent at Work.

This partnership positions Informa Connect Middle East as the premier global education partner in the MENA region; and as part of this, Informa Connect Middle East will provide WorldatWork certifications through in-person courses in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, enabling compensation and benefits professionals to develop their careers and position themselves in as leaders in the field of rewards. Delegates have the opportunity to earn two highly sought-after certifications through Informa Connect Middle East, WorldatWork’s Global Remuneration Professional (GRPâ) and Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), with in-person courses available in English and Arabic.

“We believe this type of partnership can strengthen the business education sector and broaden the spectrum of professional development by giving companies access to cutting-edge content,” said Mihai Popoaca, President of WorldatWork. “It is a pleasure for us to partner with Informa Connect Middle East. This initiative is part of our commitment to serve the HR community in the MENA region and provide them with the most sought-after training solutions. We believe this partnership will push regional talent even further ahead of their game.”

Shabnam Rawal, Managing Director of Informa Connect Middle East, reiterated the importance of learning solutions in the business world, noting that: “Our partnership with WorldatWork amplifies our commitment to providing the best executive education for professionals in the world. Middle East and North Africa. Offering WorldatWork training in Dubai will facilitate access to a comprehensive portfolio of rewards programs enabling HR professionals to master skills and knowledge that will benefit the companies they work for.

Highlighting the rewards-driven training and development needs in the region, Dipti Rane, Co-CEO of Talent at Work, said, “Since the launch of WorldatWork MENA, we have seen tremendous demand from organizations and individuals seeking professional development in this very critical area. . This next step of making global GRP and CCP certifications available to the region through Informa propels our mission to expand, evolve and accelerate the learning needs of professionals.

WorldatWork and Informa Connect Middle East will soon announce the new schedule of in-person training courses for recognized certifications.