Hamdan student programme supervisors attend workshop

(Staff Reporter)
Filed on May 17, 2012

DUBAI - The Hamdan bin Mohammed Students Personal Development Programme launched last year by Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, held a five-day workshop for public and private school supervisors assigned to ensure that the students acquire the skills aimed to be developed by the programme.

The workshop was held to familiarise the supervisors with their role under the third phase of the programme.

The workshop was opened by Abdulla Al Shaibani, Secretary-General of the Dubai Executive Council.

Al Shaibani referred to the great attention paid by Shaikh Hamdan to the youth and his directives to support the young people as they are the real wealth to build this nation and bolster its march.

“The programme is working in line with the objectives of the social development scopes of the Dubai strategic plan 2015 on backing education in a strategic manner and to achieve the goals set by the programme,” Al Shaibani noted. He expressed happiness at the vital role played by school supervisors in following up the implementation of the programme with students.

“The programme is making big strides thanks to the good cooperation among the General Secretariat of the DEC, the Human Resources Department of the Dubai government, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), the Dubai Education Zone and the schools participating in the programme.”

A total of 18 supervisors of schools signed in the programme attended the workshop.

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