ATL Industrial Group selects management trainees

Thursday, June 05, 2014

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The first batch from the ATL Industrial Group's Management Trainee Programme organised by Sandals Resorts International, left yesterday began their June 4 to 16 orientation at Sandals Grande Riviera, Ocho Rios. Here the participants, Everol Anderson (left), application support analyst, ATL Automotive Ltd; Tamara Dunbar (third left), programmer analyst, Jamaica Observer Limited; and Opal Clarke, cashier, Appliance Traders Ltd, share a photo op with David Rosen (second left), president, ATL Automotive Ltd; and ATL Industrial Group Managing Director Danville Walker, before their departure yesterday. The programme -- the premiere management and leadership development programme of Sandals Resorts International and the ATL Industrial Group -- allows participants an opportunity for accelerated growth in the company. The two-year programme includes orientation with company leaders, consistent leadership and coaching, management training courses within and exposure to multiple departments with the ATL Industrial Group and Sandals. (PHOTO: BRYAN CUMMINGS)




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