(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) McDonald's Oman (Al Daud Restaurants LLC) welcomed teens from age 10 to 14 years old to undergo hands-on restaurant experience as part of their summer training programme.
With such a training opportunity students are able to learn to take on new responsibilities and challenges gain self confidence and independence and learn about hospitality personal attributes safety hygiene team-work time management and co-ordination while creating exciting memories.
'I am very proud and happy to see my son spending his summer time working at McDonald's. I'm pleased that he's able to spend his time productively by serving and interacting with customers and staff members which I believe will help develop his social skills work standards and co-operation with crew people. These are valuable lessons which I believe my son would acquire from working at McDonald's during his spare time' a cheerful mother of one of the student trainees said.
Ahmed al Amri HR manager of McDonald's Oman (Al Daud Restaurants LLC) said 'With the McDonald's summer training programme students get to learn healthy habits while being detached from technological distractions such as television cell phones internet or video games which prevent them to have an active balanced lifestyle. Our summer training programme for students enables them to explore new learning opportunities and helps instil in them the values of self discipline work ethics communication and team work.
'The training also gives them the opportunity to learn about McDonald's food safety standards and hygiene. Our restaurant management and staff are delighted to host such students who are excited and energetic to be working with the McDonald's family.'
McDonald's summer trainees are students from The Sultan's School American British Academy Oman and Muscat International School.