Unemployment among college graduates has become increasingly common across the Middle East and around the world as a result of economic difficulties, creating a competitive job search market, which only the most prepared can survive in. Employers in the Middle East particularly are frustrated at the gap between what prospective employees need to know to do their job effectively and what they actually know; this widening gap in the qualifications of fresh graduates is mostly due to the deterioration of the educational system in the region. While through long-term planning, governments and educational institutions may bridge this gap, Tatweer's employability program aims to resolve this issue to its clients.

Tatweer's revolutionary e-learning solutions aim at developing graduates' skills required for employment and consequently providing employers with employees at the desired level of qualifications. Our standardized qualification programs stand out from other similar solutions in the market due to their accessibility and affordability.

Tatweer's programs are standardized since our e-learning programs ensure every individual in the program receives the same amount of information and knowledge and that the material is made clear the same way, rather than relying on several changing variables like trainers and a variety of training styles.

Tatweer is at a very high qualification level, whereby the assessments carried out prior to any individual undergoing our e-learning programs are carried out by our internationally-recognized affiliates in order to provide bias-free assessments to all candidates. We are also the first company offering e-learning solutions in Egypt to be accredited by Edexcel. Once you've purchased our product, you can easily plug in a USB stick with Tatweer's e-learning course materials into a portable device and watch anytime, anywhere. Not only is our product more accessible than other potential solutions, it is also more affordable, costing 70% less than more traditional talent development options. The average user retains 80% more knowledge via e-learning than in an orthodox training session.