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MPT Sends Employees to Japan For Business Skills Training

24 Sep 2019

(Yangon, 24th September 2019) – MPT, Myanmar’s first and leading telecommunications operator announced today the launch of 3rd batch of the Business Skills Training Program in Japan in collaboration with its Japanese partners, KDDI Corporation. This program aims to improve human capacity development within MPT and to nurture employees meeting high global standards.

MPT has selected eight employees to attend the Business Skills Training Program in Japan. This year program is first 6 months from 1st Oct, 2019 to 31st March, 2020 and second-period training will be on 1st April, 2020 to 30th, Sept 2020. The number of training for each period is 4 and total 8 employees will be attended. These candidates will undergo rigorous hands-on training program designed to improve their industry related knowledge and competencies learning from global technical experts and specialists.

“This program is an important tool to transfer knowledge, business know-how, and to gain hands-on experience in various KDDI departments”, said U Myint Thein Htun, Deputy Chief Operating Officer of MPT-KSGM Joint Operations. “We are confident that further development of our human resources will foster MPT’s global competitive capabilities and help us to transform our staff into a truly global standard workforce. It is worth to underline that MPT-KSGM Joint Operation training initiatives are also a powerful catalyst of our market expansion in Myanmar”, he added.

For 1st Period, the four MPT employees selected to join the 3rd Batch of Business Skills Training Program in Japan include Daw Ei Ei Moe from Human Resources Department, Daw Theingi Soe from VAS Business Department, Daw Thinzar Yi Mon Shein from IT Strategy & Platform Department and Daw Mi Lwin Nandar Thin from Network Center Department.

For 2nd Period, the four MPT employees include Ms. Nwe Zin Nyunt from Core Department, Mr. Kyaw San Maw from Mobile Access Department, Ms. Ei Ei Han from Business Planning & Analysis Department and Ms. Phyu Phyu Kyi from Sales Planning Department.

 

One of the candidates, Daw Ei Ei Moe said: “I am very excited to be selected to for this training program where I will have once-in-a-life-time opportunity to learn from industry experts and specialists from Japan’s top telecommunication services provider. I am confident that I will be able to make positive and impactful contributions to the organization upon my return from Japan.

This training program is an excellent opportunity for these employees, to learn at one of the foremost telecommunications service providers in Japan, operating cutting-edge networks and providing impeccable service.

This Joint Program also showcases how MPT is investing in people in various areas dedicated to creating a culture of knowledge transfer at every organizational level while promoting the relationship and cooperation between Myanmar and Japan.

.For more information about MPT’s CSR programs and youth development initiatives, please visit http://mpt.com.mm/en/about-home-en/csr-activities/ .