Tuesday, 05 Oct 2021
The Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai organized a meeting with His Excellency Hamad Al Sheikh Ahmed Al Shaibani, Director General of IACAD, and trainees of the “Forsati” initiative of 2021 with the aim of developing the leadership spirit, responsibility and positivity. “Forsati” initiative aims at attracting national human competencies in specialized and administrative fields, in order to invest in their professional development, and support the skills of new graduates through organized training.
Yousef Saad Al-Busamit, Director of Human Resources Department, and Maryam Saeed Al-Marri, Head of the Recruitment section, attended the meeting. The meeting included (4) trainees who were distributed to the Information Technology Department, the Engineering Department and Mosques Care, the Islamic Institutions Department, and the Office of General Director.
“The national initiatives concerned with refining the skills and seeking to attract human competencies of various educational levels, is a first stage of the continuous learning process. It is important to look at national strategies that develop future aspirations to discover and acquire skills along with basic skills, based on the leadership vision that invests in human.” His Excellency said during the meeting.
The Director General of IACAD stressed that “Forsati” initiative is based on taking advantage of the opportunities through thinking, creativity and innovation, which supports IACAD’s directions to serve the country.
On the other hand, Maryam Saeed Al Marri, Head of the Recruitment section, "Forsati" initiative manager, pointed out on how important is for young people to benefit from the training opportunities offered by Dubai government, stressing that IACAD works annually to be part of the national endeavors in stimulating and developing the skills of new graduates.
Al Marri confirmed that “Forsati” initiative was chosen as one of the best practices at Dubai government level, according to the report issued by the Human Resources Department in 2020. She said that the initiative supports the stability of young people and enables them to unleash their energies and skills by providing the necessary tools and skills they need in their career journey.
“Forsati” initiative was launched in 2010, which it has attracted more than 140 male and female trainees, as the candidate must be at least 18 years old. The program sought to provide field training for Emirati students to provide them with practical skills.
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