ThinkSmart achieves Microsoft Gold Learning Partnership

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ThinkSmart achieves Microsoft Gold Learning Partnership

ThinkSmart achieves Microsoft Gold Learning Partnership

(Manama) – ThinkSmart, a training unit of Gulf future business (GFB), announced its Microsoft Gold Learning Partner status for Bahrain. The accreditation was awarded to ThinkSmart for its continuous and dedicated efforts in areas of learning and development, in partnership with Microsoft.

In addition to its Gold Partner status, ThinkSmart for Training and Development also announced the launch of new, streamlined Microsoft Certifications Path which will be available through the training center beginning of 2017.

“It is a matter of great pride for us to earn this accreditation from Microsoft” said Mr. Ahmed Al Hujairy, Group CEO of ThinkSmart for Development and Training. “I believe our unwavering commitment to providing quality learning with Microsoft technologies has enabled us to achieve more, and reiterates our commitment to the development of Bahrain by empowering the youth; with training on latest technologies for career progression”.

ThinkSmart for Training and Development is an ISO 9001:2008 certified subsidiary company of GFB Holdings, and offers more than 500 courses through highly skilled local and international professionals. Besides providing tailor made learning plans in the areas of Business Management, Information Technology Security, Mobile Applications, Soft Skills and leadership, the company has an excellent record for implementing successful projects on national level as well as client solutions across prominent organisations in Bahrain.

Microsoft Learning Partners play a pivotal role in our mission to empower every individual and organization to achieve more.” Said Sherif Tawfik, General Manager for Microsoft Bahrain and Oman. “We laud the efforts of ThinkSmart on achieving this unique accreditation which reflects Microsoft’s consistent support to the growth of Bahrain by transforming learning environments, thus enabling businesses to achieve more.”