, As a part of its ongoing efforts to develop and provide new opportunities for individuals to
enhance their skills and train them on all new trends, the Egyptian Banking Institute (EBI),
the training arm of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE), announced that theinstitute’s e-
learningtraining coursesthrough itsplatform is now available for individuals, whether are
working in the banking sector or not. This opens the doorto those who are willing to train
in any of the available areas such as banking, finance, performance development,
management skills, small and medium enterprises, systems and information technology.
They are now able to selectthe needed program, register&pay online.
“We continuously work to provide and facilitate access to e-learning through EBI platforms,
aiming to provide all members of the societyan access to aflexible training process.”, said
Mr. Abdel Aziz Nossier, Executive Director of the Egyptian Banking Institute.
In the samecontext, The Egyptian Banking Institute (EBI), in collaboration with Hult
Ashridge Executive Education announced offering free access to three webinars which are available forregistering through alink published on the EBI’s social media platforms.
The webinars cover a number of important and vital topics, where the first webinar was launched under the title “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, was titled “The Future of Learning at Work”, delivered by Dr. Christopher McCormick, Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs at Education first (EF). The third webinar is scheduled to take placeon June 30 under the title “Navigating a New Future: Leadership for a Sustainable Recovery” to be delivered by both 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 organizations to improve their leadership, strategic thinking and organizational culture.” added Mr. Nossier regarding the institute’s partnership with HaltAshridge, confirming that thiscooperation comes as an investment for a long relationship between the two renowned institutions.