H.E. Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan , Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, inaugurated the Najah Education Training Careers 2010 held at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC). The event is supported by academies and institutions from the public and private sectors, and seeks to sharpen UAE citizens’ skills and expand employment for the locals
The inauguration was attended by H.E. Sheikh Mohamed Bin Nahyan Al Nahyan, Minister of Education Humaid Al Qatami, First Deputy of National Federal Council Ahmad Shabib Al Dhahiri and Ali Bin Harmal Al Dhahiri Managing Director of Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Co. (ADNEC), in addition to a group of prominent academic figures from the UAE and on the regional level.
Sheikh Nahyan underscored the importance of exhibitions in offering a comprehensive image regarding the education sector in the UAE, and asserted the sector’s commitment to meeting high quality standards and applying scientific and practical methods that help upgrade output from the education process from school, academies and universities across the country.
Moreover, H.E. alluded to the role of such expositions in unifying government efforts and Emiratization trends with various universities and prestigious foundations in Abu Dhabi.
Meanwhile, Najah Exhibition Director Lucy Clarke highlighted that “the Najah exhibit managed to clench its spot on the recruitment map in the UAE since its first edition launched in 2007.” “We at Najah are proud to be a platform that allows all parties; employment seekers, students, scientific institutions, employers and private and public foundations to meet under the same roof. There is a dire need in the UAE for fostering talented individuals and aiding them secure adequate employment,” she added. “This is not a difficult taking into account that Etihad Airways and Emirates airlines are working to create 60 thousand new job openings over the next decade,” continued Clarke. The Najah exhibition targets accommodating fresh graduates and employment seekers with suitable jobs to forge their professional careers, in line with Abu Dhabi’s 2030 plan which strives to transform the emirate’s economy from petroleum-based to industrial know-how and hi-tech, plus broadening expansion in the tourism, sports and cultural sectors. The educational objective of Abu Dhabi’s 2030 plan is to improve educational structures on all levels starting from nursery through college and university.
Clarke went on to explain that Najah 2010 adopted a string of efficiencies and activities designed to assess and sharpen skills and capabilities of participants, such as the AIESES evaluation center, internet zone and the consultant clinic, trusted with offering consul on education and professional trends.
In addition, the exhibition hosted a number of cultural competitions including valuable rewards and prizes for winners.
Najah Education Training Careers 2010 offers detailed information to participants, coupled with a selection of success stories in a variety of fields.
The 3-day event constitutes an opportunity for participants, guests and visitors to review the success stories of an array of prominent personalities from the UAE business sector.
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