All training programs were based on
the individual employee needs
Training and development is an important factor for most industries as it helps keep employee and organizational goals aligned
. Besides this, training also serves as a safeguard for the banks in turmoil situation, when the sector comes under heightened scrutiny.
Employees within the financial sector must remain compliant with specific regulation imposed by the regulatory authorities. Frequent training ensures these employees remain qualified for their jobs and always in compliance, even as the regulations changes time to time.
Effective training is an investment of human resources of an organization, with both immediate and long-range returns. In recent times, e-learning has become increasingly popular in the financial sector due to its lower cost involved in online delivery as opposed to travel required for off-site, in-person training. And the ability to reach a large learning audience at one time is beneficial to the financial sector. To address the fact, Dhaka Bank also emphasizing for e-learning opportunities for its employees.
The technology along with the method of working in banking sector is changing rapidly. Not only the machines, but approaches to various schemes, policies and banking facilities are changing with time. The new recruit and the older ones as well, need to undergo necessary training to grasp the same from time to time. The human resource division makes sure that the people working in the bank are not suffering from any such discrepancy.
The followings are the methods we follow in providing training:
- Orientation Program
- Foundation Training Program
- Job Specific Training Program
- Need based Local/Foreign Training
- Peer or supervisors’ Coaching
In 2017 Human Resources Division arranged in-house, local and foreign training programmes. We try to ensure 30 hours of training for each employee. It covers areas like Basic Foundation Course for the freshers; specialized training courses i.e. Credit Appraisal and Management, Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade, BASEL Implementation, Corporate Social Responsibility, Retail Banking, SME, Corporate Banking, Green Banking, Information Security etc. Beyond the local and in-house training program, Human Resources Division also arranged foreign training in India, Bahrain, Netherlands, Germany, USA, Thailand, Srilanka, UK, Italy, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore.
|In House (DBTI)
|Foreign Training Program
In 2017, we moved our Training Institute at a new specious location with modern facilities. We consider training as not an expense but an investment.
We try to attract and retain those who have necessary capabilities and potential. Dhaka Bank recognizes the vital role of women as agents of development, and share the opinion that gender equality and the empowerment of women must be achieved to accelerate sustainable development. We are making progress towards a gender-balanced workforce. We are committed to a gender inclusive and equitable workplace and to developing and implementing solutions to remove any practices that hinder that goal. We aspire to have the type of culture that encourages and enables all employees to thrive regardless of gender. Changing our cultural and organizational practices to embrace diversity, inclusion and flexibility is our commitment.