Muscat: Oman has announced the launch of a new version of Inlaq, which aims to build the capacity of entrepreneurs and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the fields of sustainable and renewable energy. The launch is in collaboration with the SME Development Authority (Riyadh).
Oman has launched a program to ensure compliance with Shell’s Social Investment Strategy and Oman Vision 2040. The program takes into account the needs of partners and entrepreneurs, and focuses on entrepreneurs and Omani businesses working in sustainable and renewable energy fields.
It includes a new one-month certification training program in which new participants will be able to engage in in-depth, solar panel installation, health, safety and environment as well as business, marketing, and quality courses. Management, work ethic, compliance and other related topics.
The program also hosts local and regional experts to enrich the program with their practical experience. The program includes a module that is considered a requirement for registration and accreditation in the installation of solar panels by the Public Services Regulatory Authority.
In partnership with Shell, we look to support small and micro development and expand the scope of the necessary knowledge and skills. “This program will contribute to better results by connecting with experts in Oman and beyond to clean energy and sustainability.”
Malabint Ahmed al-Shaybani, GM Corporate Relations and Internal Values, Oman, “Since the election of Lt. Col. Inlaqah 25 years ago, he has the right skills and tools to develop entrepreneurs and SMEs. They contribute to their businesses and to the national economy. ”
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