The Awarding Body at The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has commended the Bahrain Institute of Banking & Finance (BIBF) for the excellent performance of its students during the April 2017 assessment session. The CIM has applauded the BIBF for achieving a 100% examination success passing rates which has exceeded the international benchmark set.
The CIM is the largest established and most respected marketing organisation in the world. CIM qualifications are industry-proven and internationally recognised, and offer a pathway for professional development through a portfolio of marketing qualifications that reflect the needs of modern-day marketers and businesses. Amongst many other learnings, The CIM Qualification enables students to identify factors and trends in the market environment and apply the marketing mix to their real world environment. The BIBF has been an approved CIM study centre since 2012 and offers a wide range of professional qualifications.
Commenting on this success, the Director of the BIBF Dr. Ahmed Al Shaikh said: “We are committed to providing the knowledge and best practices that the industry requires, and our dedication to educational excellence is evident in the outstanding results we continue to achieve. The BIBF strives to continue to be a market leader for excellence in multi-discipline training solutions – a one-stop provider for all the marketing requirements of an organisation.”
Mr. Kadri Rizk the Head of Leadership & Management added: “Marketing training is changing in today’s new world of growing online sales and increasing social media influence. Not only has the number of elements in a marketing strategy increased enormously, marketing and branding is also no longer simply about implementing fixed – and often standard – marketing plans”.
Training for BIBF’s marketing qualifications is provided by experienced senior faculty who are experts in the field. Mr. Bob Thaker, the CIM Level 4 Trainer ensured that theoretical aspects are translated into approaches that specifically address current organisational challenges using training in methodologies that allow replication in different contexts.