Gulf Education 2015 receives endorsement from U.A.E Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development

Gulf Education 2015 receives endorsement from U.A.E Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development

The organizers of this year’s Gulf Education 2015 are delighted to announce that the event will be held under the Patronage of H.H Sheikh Nayan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development of the United Arab Emirates and Ministerial Delegation.

 

This year’s event is taking place on 18-19th March, and following great demand has moved from its birthplace of London and will be held at the Dusit Thani Hotel Abu Dhabi in the Gulf Region.

 

“We are honored that His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, Abu Dhabi, has kindly consented to patronize the event.”

 

Said Event Director, Abdelkhalig Mohammed.

 

The two-day event is expected to draw a high attendance of educational dignitaries from a number of countries in the region, including pioneers, leaders, and practitioners from all over the globe.

 

This year’s conference will focus strongly on the areas of vocational training and workforce development and will showcase innovative and effective advances in education globally. The event will continue to provide a strong platform where international partnerships can be formed and an exchange of best practices, expertise, and insight can be realized.

 

The line-up of speakers includes; Prof Tawfik Al Khoja, Dr. Tayeb Kamali, Prof. Sultan Abu-Orabi, Mr. Essa Al Mulla along with key players active in training, recruitment and talent pooling from pioneering industry sectors.

 

The format of the event will be dynamic and interactive.

 

“We will have an extraordinary line-up of policy makers, pioneers in education, and experts in all areas of education development participating and offering their expertise and insight into the progressive and effective required to inspire and motivate students and teachers in the transition from student to employee.”

 

says Abdelkhalig.

 

With more than 350 delegates, 30 exhibitors and a large number of key supporters, this year’s event promises to provide a strong hub for education providers, academia, potential employers and vocational training entities to network, share knowledge and initiate productive partnerships.

 

Source: Ame Info

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