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Yayasan Scomi
 
 

As part of the Group’s Talent Management Programme, Scomi has implemented the Management Trainee Programme (MTP) since year 2004. In 2006 we recruited a group of 10 trainees to join the programme and in 2007 we recruited the next group of 6 trainees who joined us on the 1st November 2007.

The MTP programme is a structured 18-month programme introduced with the primary objective to “train and mould” future talents by giving young fresh graduates experiences in a variety of operational settings within the organisation. Their attachment to a rotational-based placement programme provides them the rounded exposure to managerial and functional skills where they are able to learn and perform in their respective duties. Upon completion, successful trainees will be absorbed into the Group’s talent pool equipped with the Scomi values and culture.

Our responsibility at Learning & Development (LeaD), who is the custodian of this programme, is to not only ensure that the trainees follow the identified learning path and produce their key deliverables but also to provide the mentoring and coaching support in order to groom their personal leadership qualities to realise their potential in Scomi.

Over the next 18 months, as the trainees go through their rotations, we hope that they will gain valuable insights and learning experiences from the various departments that they have been attached to. Let’s give them our full support as they embark on this learning journey with Scomi.

 
 
 
     
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Project Pyramid (CSR)
 
 

Community

As part of the Group’s Talent Management Programme, Scomi has implemented the Management Trainee Programme (MTP) since year 2004. In 2006 we recruited a group of 10 trainees to join the programme and in 2007 we recruited the next group of 6 trainees who joined us on the 1st November 2007.

The MTP programme is a structured 18-month programme introduced with the primary objective to “train and mould” future talents by giving young fresh graduates experiences in a variety of operational settings within the organisation. Their attachment to a rotational-based placement programme provides them the rounded exposure to managerial and functional skills where they are able to learn and perform in their respective duties. Upon completion, successful trainees will be absorbed into the Group’s talent pool equipped with the Scomi values and culture.

Our responsibility at Learning & Development (LeaD), who is the custodian of this programme, is to not only ensure that the trainees follow the identified learning path and produce their key deliverables but also to provide the mentoring and coaching support in order to groom their personal leadership qualities to realise their potential in Scomi.

Over the next 18 months, as the trainees go through their rotations, we hope that they will gain valuable insights and learning experiences from the various departments that they have been attached to. Let’s give them our full support as they embark on this learning journey with Scomi.

Environment

Our responsibility at Learning & Development (LeaD), who is the custodian of this programme, is to not only ensure that the trainees follow the identified learning path and produce their key deliverables but also to provide the mentoring and coaching support in order to groom their personal leadership qualities to realise their potential in Scomi.

Over the next 18 months, as the trainees go through their rotations, we hope that they will gain valuable insights and learning experiences from the various departments that they have been attached to. Let’s give them our full support as they embark on this learning journey with Scomi.

Work Place

Our responsibility at Learning & Development (LeaD), who is the custodian of this programme, is to not only ensure that the trainees follow the identified learning path and produce their key deliverables but also to provide the mentoring and coaching support in order to groom their personal leadership qualities to realise their potential in Scomi.

Over the next 18 months, as the trainees go through their rotations, we hope that they will gain valuable insights and learning experiences from the various departments that they have been attached to. Let’s give them our full support as they embark on this learning journey with Scomi.

 
     
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Sports and Recreation
 
 

The Sports & Recreational Club was established to promote a healthy and active lifestyle while at the same time to nurture ties among employees from different business units in the company. This effort has been lauded as one of the most successful voluntary employee engagement activities and the number of participation from members of the staff throughout the year has increased.

Besides various sporting activities such as futsal, bowling and volleyball, the club also organises an annual ‘Family Day’ where employees and their families come together for a big, activities and fun-filled day.

The Sports & Recreational Club activities are focused on team participation, personal engagement and most importantly interaction among staff.

 
     
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First Aid Programmes
 
 

Between 20th and 27th February 2008, the Anaco office in Venezuela organised a first aid course conducted by a representative from the Department of Civil Protection of Anaco City. The course was attended by 32 employees form field operations and administration who clocked up 256 man-hours of training.

From CPR to the Heimlich Maneuver and blood pressure reading to patient care, the course proved to be an excellent training to prepare staff for an emergency.

 
     
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