The insurance company is paying tribute to the frontline academic heroes for their efforts and services.
Classrooms everywhere have shapeshifted from online learning to now staggered shifts and amidst all this; teachers have had the same responsibilities to deliver and help the students cope with their work. So, Al Wathba National Insurance has decided to express gratitude to the academic professionals as a part of their CSR initiative.
All teachers will be able to use the promo code ‘TEACHER‘ to avail 30% reduction on all the insurance services. They can redeem this discount via the app or the website whenever they decide to make a purchase.
“At AWNIC, we recognise that educators have one of the most important jobs in the world – and this has never been more paramount than during the difficult year that has been faced by all,” said Bassam Chilmeran, AWNIC’s Chief Executive Officer.
“Teachers have shown humbling resilience with the quick switch to distance learning, showcased innovation and creativity by keeping children engaged during the period of school closures and – as they make the move back to face-to-face learning they have displayed courage and adaptability as they embrace the new normal of teaching and helping ensure our youth receives the education that is so paramount to their future.
Al Wathba National has been very pro-active in reassuring their customers since the pandemic hit us. For instance, very early on in the lockdown it launched it ‘AWNICbot’ which was a service to support its customers with all their services they needed digitally. The organization already has a campaign in place to help health care providers; where they can avail discounts on insurance for their personal requirements like home insurance, car insurance, jet ski insurance, yacht insurance, and travel insurance.
Mr. Chilmeran said, “In the midst of challenging times, businesses must find ways to have a positive impact on society – in whatever way they can. Together, we can move the needle by implementing strategies and initiatives that can benefit customers and communities alike.”