Bangladeshi drivers gear up to serve Qatar World Cup visitors
Qatar World Cup-8000 Bangladeshi drivers will serve tourists in Qatar World Cup
Bangladeshi drivers have been given language skills and etiquette training ahead of the World
Cup football in Doha, Qatar. The three-week training recently conducted at the Bangladesh
Embassy in Doha. This information is known from the report of Arab News.
DHAKA: Bangladeshi drivers in Doha have received special language and culture training ahead of the upcoming
2022 FIFA World Cup.
Around 1.5 million people from all over the world expected to visit Qatar . Qatar population will increase 50 percent during the tournament, which runs from Nov. 20 through Dec. 20.
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Drivers are among the many service workers in Qatar who will be at the forefront of welcoming football fans
to the country. Some 8,000 of them — employed by taxi companies and ride-hailing services — are Bangladeshis.
the Bangladeshi Embassy in Doha recently ran a three-weektraining course for Bangladeshi drivers to improve their etiquette and English-language skills.
The embassy’s charge of affairs Muhammad Mustafizur Rahman told Arab News, “If our drivers can provide good service to tourists, it will be a positive branding for Bangladesh.
Abdul Motaleb is one of the drivers participating in the training. He has been working in Qatar for almost a
decade. Motaleb said, ‘We had some limitations on how to communicate with passengers. Here are some
suggestions on what language to greet passengers. I cannot express how helpful it has been.’
Saidul Islam, another driver, said that through training, he was able to overcome his inertia. Inertia in speaking with
foreigners removed. Saidul said, “Earlier I was afraid to speak to passengers in English. After the training,
the work became easier.
Charge the Affairs Muhammad Mustafizur Rahman said that they have received very positive response from
the trainees.Bangladeshis working in emerging sectors will also be given proper training in future
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