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DEWA signs MoU with RTA to collaborate on Dubai’s infrastructure developments

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DEWA signs MoU with RTA to collaborate on Dubai’s infrastructure developments

421Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) to enhance their existing strategic partnership. This includes coordinating work by DEWA and the RTA, to improve the operations, maintenance, and development of Dubai Metro and Dubai Tram: improving day-to-day safety of passengers, and minimising disruption of services.

The MoU was signed by HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of DEWA, and HE Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of RTA, with staff from both organisations present.

Saeed Al Tayer welcomed Mattar Al Tayer and the RTA delegation, commending the RTA’s role of in developing a modern, integrated, and connected infrastructure that contributes to the sustainable development of Dubai.

Mattar Al Tayer praised DEWA for providing world-class electricity and water services, the efforts of its teams and their quick round-the-clock response to all enquiries and requests related to the RTA’s projects.

As per the MoU, the two organisations will work together on roadworks and maintenance, improvements to Dubai’s infrastructure including DEWA’s network, facilitating the RTA’s development and infrastructure projects. The MoU also includes developing current and future plans to establish shared systems to manage technical resources and material for these projects, and specifying the service lines within the right of way. The two organisations will accelerate work on emergencies, make it easier to obtain NOCs for projects, work more closely on DEWA’s service lines and infrastructure within the Metro and Tram railways’ right of way.

“The MoU with RTA supports our efforts to fulfil the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to establish Dubai as a global hub for trade, finance, tourism, green economy, and sustainability. It is part of our ongoing efforts to support and enhance the sustainable development of Dubai,” said Saeed Al Tayer.

“This agreement strengthens the efforts of our two organisations and establishes appropriate frameworks for cooperation to achieve common strategic objectives and support the ongoing preparations to host World Expo 2020,” added Al Tayer.

Mattar Al Tayer welcomed the MoU signing with DEWA, which is one of the RTA’s strategic partners. He commended DEWA’s cooperation with the RTA while implementing different projects in Dubai, particularly Dubai Metro, Dubai Tram, and road projects.

“Cooperation among government organisations and departments in Dubai is a key component of the Government’s strategy and efforts to achieve its vision and future plans. This MoU will enhance cooperation between the two sides in work related to operation, maintenance, and development of Dubai Metro and Tram to ensure safety of operations and users, and avoid any negative impact of service disruption. It also enhances coordination and cooperation in working within the right of way, speed of information exchange between the two sides, especially in emergencies,” added Mattar Al Tayer.

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Abu Dhabi Health Industry Stakeholders sign MOU  to Create Qualified Local Workforce for Healthcare Industry

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Abu Dhabi Health Industry Stakeholders sign MOU to Create Qualified Local Workforce for Healthcare Industry

6Abu Dhabi, 5 Nov. 2014: The Abu Dhabi Health Services Co PJSC (SEHA), in conjunction with Health Authority – Abu Dhabi (HAAD); Abu Dhabi Tawteen Council (ADTC) and Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to create a skilled and professional local work force train jobseekers for work within the Abu Dhabi healthcare industry.

The MOU was signed for SEHA by Dr. Matar Al Darmaki, Acting CEO; for HAAD by Pro. Maha TaysirBarakat, Director General; for HCTby Dr. Tayeb Kamali, Vice Chancellor, and for the Abu Dhabi Tawteen Council by Mr. Abdullah Abdulaali Al Humaidan, Executive Director. The signing ceremony took place at HAAD headquarters and was attended by H.E Dr. Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili, Chairman of HAAD, H.E Ali Rashid Al Ketbi Chairman of Abu Dhabi Tawteen Council and a number of officials from all sides.

Each entity plays its own vital role in the agreement and reaffirms their commitment to meeting the needs of the community with qualified, medical professionals. Students participating in the programme will qualify for positions within the SEHA HealthSystem hospitals and clinics in fields such as nursing, screening, laboratory and pharmacy.

Within the terms of the agreement each entity has its own clear areas of responsibility:

TawteenCouncil will provide SEHA with a list of job seekers who meet the basic requirements of admission to the programme.  Tawteen will also follow up on the performance of student’s throughout the programme.

HCT will provide the scientific curriculum, classroomsand all necessary equipment. The course will be available at all its entities in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. HCT will encourage students to obtain a Bachelor degree in their chosenmedical or healthfield.

SEHA will provide the practical training for graduates and will also employ successful students in line with HAAD licensing requirements.

HAAD will provide support to students who apply for licenses by ensuring smooth processes and procedures. HAAD will also advise and support HCT when creating the programme to ensure all study programmes are set at international standards.

H.E Dr.Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili said: “Health and education are at the forefront of the Abu Dhabi Government’s strategic priorities. Both of these sectors play an important role in building a healthy community that is able to keep abreast of developments in all areas. The integration between health and education is pivotalin creating a sustainable system to develop knowledgeableand skilled manpower within Abu Dhabi. For that reason, the agreement is important. The programme will provide education and training opportunities for the nation’s youth in an industry that has capacity for skilled professionals.”

Commenting on the agreement, Dr. Matar Rashid Al Darmaki stressed the keenness of leadership to provide job opportunities for UAE nationals by providing training to create qualified individuals who can serve the community. He said: “SEHA’s primary function is to build a world class heath system and contribute to the health of the community and the economy of the country.  SEHA aims to attract Emiratis to work in the health sector with an emphasis on creating opportunities for qualified Emiratis in medical positions such doctors, nurses and technicians.”

One of the benefits of this programme means that qualified individuals will be ready to work immediately with one of the SEHA facilities, and awareness outreach campaigns will also be held to encourage students still at school to consider medical and health sciences, added Dr Matar Al Darmaki.

Dr Tayeb Kamali commented that the agreement is within HCT’s strategy of supporting national entities in providing a qualified and well-trained workforce who can meet the needs of the local economy.

“Vital initiatives such as this one will allow the Higher Colleges to continue to help meet the needs of UAE economy and the community, through its Health Sciences programmes where it produces highly skilled, work-ready graduates who are ready to take on future leadership roles,” Dr Kamali said.

“This agreement reinforces HCT’s focus to provide its students with the best hands-on educational experiences across a broad range of workplace -relevant programmes, as well providing them with the skills, confidence and knowledge to thrive in modern society, where they can make a positive impact,” he added.

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(GOIC) signs MoU with Euro Petroleum Consultants (EPC)

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(GOIC) signs MoU with Euro Petroleum Consultants (EPC)

4207The Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GOIC) signed a five-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Euro Petroleum Consultants, an independent consulting group with headquarters in London.

The MoU aims at facilitating the cooperation, coordination and business relationship between the two parties to pave the way for future agreements on specific projects.

The MoU was signed by GOIC Secretary General H.E. Abdulaziz Bin Hamad Al-Ageel and Mr. Colin Chapman, President of Euro Petroleum Consultants in the presence of representatives from both parties at GOIC’s headquarters in Doha, Qatar.

In this Memorandum of Understanding, GOIC and EPC agreed to cooperate in the areas of marketing, consulting, conferences, training and the exchange of expertise in these fields.

The two parties held detailed discussions regarding the organisation of a number of key events in the GCC, notably the annual Middle East Technology Forum (ME-TECH) and the International Gas Technology Conference (IGTC). It has been agreed that GOIC will take part in the ME-TECH organised by EPC in Dubai in February 2015, and that the following conference will take place in Doha and will be co-organised by GOIC and EPC.

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GE Oil & Gas signs MoU with ADNOC’s Petroleum Institute to provide specialized training and practical experience for Emiratis

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GE Oil & Gas signs MoU with ADNOC’s Petroleum Institute to provide specialized training and practical experience for Emiratis

4252Further building on its long-standing partnerships with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), GE Oil & Gas (NYSE: GE) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Petroleum Institute University & Research Center (PI) to provide specialized training programs, summer internship opportunities and educational tools for PI students as part of its commitment to promote human capital development and promote knowledge sharing.

Rami Qasem, President & CEO of GE Oil & Gas for the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey, signed the MoU with Dr. Ismail Tag, Acting President & Provost of PI.

Rami Qasem said: “We are thankful to Petroleum Institute for the opportunity to partner in the educational program to further strengthen the skills of PI’s Emirati students. It reflects our commitment to support ADNOC in meeting their human resource development goals. The agreement underlines our commitment to build a pool of talented professionals who can take up diverse professional roles in the oil and gas sector. The various training programs, workshops and training sessions will be structured to promote a culture of innovation among the young talented Nationals, while providing them hands-on insights on how the industry operates in real settings.”

Dr. Ebrahim Al Hajri, Director of External Relations & Collaborations (ERC) and Assistant Professor for Mechanical - Engineering Department at PI said: “The agreement with GE Oil & Gas highlights our focus on promoting industry linkages to build the skills of our students. The experience of learning from the professionals will enable them to gain a stronger understanding of the industry. GE has been a strong partner of the Petroleum Institute, providing valuable educational tools that simulate the real work environment. The new MoU will be a great asset for our student community, especially as they prepare for careers with ADNOC.”

As part of the three-year agreement, GE will support at least one senior graduation project per academic year and two training sessions per semester on subjects related to turbo-machinery, rotating equipment vibration analysis and inspection technologies. GE will also host at least one field visit per academic semester and provide about three to four summer internship opportunities initially with the goal of expanding it to 10 internships in the next three years.

GE and PI will conduct joint seminars, short courses and workshops for PI students and/or external stakeholders with at least two seminars planned per semester. The first seminars will focus on GE’s newest turbo machinery technology and the Industrial Internet, GE’s path-breaking initiative that brings together people, analytics and technology to deliver incremental results.

The MoU builds on GE’s long-term partnership with ADNOC, of providing the company with advanced technologies, as well as training ADNOC professionals through the GE Oil & Gas University held earlier. GE has also contributed a vibration lab and life-size gas turbine model to PI earlier, and will now provide a life-size plant representation or educational laboratory equipment that will enable students to obtain hands-on knowledge on various aspects of the industry’s operations.

In addition to GE Oil & Gas, GE’s Ecomagination Center in Abu Dhabi will also support the training program. All the different engineering departments at PI will also collaborate on the project including Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering in addition to the Internship Department. PI is the engineering training center of ADNOC, with over 200 students graduating from the Institute every year. As of Spring 2014, over 1,560 students have graduated from PI, spanning both undergraduate and graduate levels. Nearly 95 per cent of them join ADNOC as engineers across different companies.

GE Oil & Gas has a strong industry footprint across the Middle East region, and partners with leading oil and gas companies, petrochemical industries and power and water industry stakeholders. The UAE is a key market for GE Oil & Gas, with its turbomachinery technologies being at the core of complex industry-milestone projects. GE’s advanced technologies enable our customers to enhance the efficiency, reliability and productivity of their operations.

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GOIC signs a Memorandum of Understanding with Turkish International Cooperation Platform

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GOIC signs a Memorandum of Understanding with Turkish International Cooperation Platform

4123The Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GOIC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Turkish International Cooperation Platform (ICP) to exchange expertise and cooperate in organising specialised economic conferences for five years. The MoU was signed at GOIC’s headquarters in Doha, Qatar yesterday.

The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by GOIC Secretary General Mr. Abdulaziz Bin Hamad Al-Ageel representing the Organization and ICP President Mr. Jenkiz Ozkenjil on behalf of the Platform. The event was attended by Mrs. Balja Kurdan Al-Ayuti, Turkish Deputy Ambassador in Doha, Dr. Afshen Hormozlo, ICP Consultative Committee Vice Chairman and Mr. Mohammed Al-Mukhaini, Assistant Secretary General at GOIC, in addition to a number of directors from the Organization.

Mr. Al-Ageel said: “The main objective of this MoU is to foster cooperation, particularly in the economic areas in light of Turkey’s unique geographic location which highly contributes in boosting gulf exports.” He added: “This cooperation will chiefly encompass international conferences and mutual investments. In fact, the Turkish experience in the different economic areas can benefit Gulf countries and Yemen, and GOIC can play a major role in this regard.”

Mr. Ozkenjil opined that Turkey and the Arabian Gulf share common grounds; he said: “We share almost more than one thousand years of history, religion and culture, yet distance set us apart in the last 60 years. Hence, it is very important to bring together decision makers from the Gulf and Turkey to develop various economic sectors. Thankfully, the first Bosphorus summit was attended by 20 countries, and the number of countries attending this event gradually increased to reach 51 countries participating at the 4th Bosphorus summit. In addition, we are expecting 70 countries to attend the next summit.”

Furthermore, Mr. Ozkenjil highlighted the Platform’s participation at the last two gatherings of the “Industrialists’ Conference”. He stated: “Our objective is to cooperate for the best of the conference and replicate the Turkish experience in the Gulf.” He hoped to see future Bosphorus summits held in the Arabian Gulf in coordination with GOIC to choose the topics, themes, panellists and participants.” Mr. Ozkenjil also hoped to extend the duration of the MoU to more than five years.

Mr. Abdulaziz Bin Hamad Al-Ageel is an honorary member of the Bosphorus summit. In this regard, GOIC started cooperating with the ICP to host the fifth Bosphorus Summit at the Four Seasons Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey in December 2014. The Summit will be entitled “Future Scenarios: Identifying Obstacles and Refining Dialogues”. Nearly 70 countries are expected to take part in this summit represented by presidents, prime ministers, officials and businessmen who will debate various political and economic topics.

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MMG signs MOU with Essar to develop construction services

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MMG signs MOU with Essar to develop construction services

419Mohammed Al-Mojil Group (MMG), one of the largest Saudi construction service providers announces the signing of an MOU with Essar Projects (EPL); a global EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) contractor headquartered in Dubai, to provide construction services for project developments in Jazan, including Saudi Aramco’s 400,000 barrels per day Jazan refinery which will be the mainstay of a new economic city fulfilling the objectives of the economic development in Jazan. The refinery is due to process up to 75,000 barrel per day of gasoline, 250,000 barrel per day of low-sulfur diesel and 80,000 barrel per day of vacuum distillation material to be used as fuel for power plants.

This MOU aligns with MMG’s restructuring plan, and its new business model, focusing on core business units of skilled workforce, scaffolding, steel fabrication, camping/catering plus other services required by the construction industry, and Essar Projects’ goal to be immediately operative in Saudi Arabia.

The proposed collaboration combines MMG’s proven capabilities, extensive track record in the Saudi construction market, its availability of a large number of skilled resources and logistic support in Kingdom, with Essar Projects’ experience in executing mega projects across the world, highly experienced project management teams, the firm intention to mobilize and invest in large quantities of construction equipment and construction facilities in Jazan area for the long term.

This collaboration will be positioned to cater to all construction aspects of the development of Jazan thereby creating significant employment opportunities for Saudi locals.

MMG CEO Stewart Macphail said: “We are excited to be working together with Essar to develop this new business which will expand MMG’s footprint in the Kingdom. We chose Essar as our partner based on the depth of their experience and capability in the oil and gas construction market across Asia. This new venture is a part of MMG’s new strategy to build and grow market leading construction services solutions across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”

Alwyn Bowden, President & CEO, Essar Projects stated: “Saudi Arabia is a key market for Essar Projects and this partnership will enable us to provide a value offering to our key customers in the country and to actively participate in the development of the Jazan region. This collaboration enables us to work flexibly to cater to peak project manpower and resource requirements, thereby servicing our key customers to the fullest.”

The Jazan Refinery and Terminal Project is intended to grow the economy of the southern part of KSA by offering more than 1,000 direct jobs and 4,000 indirect jobs. Only three other refinery projects of the same scale of Jazan Refinery have been commissioned worldwide over the past 20 years.

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SABIC signs MoU to provide additional funding for research at KAUST to build human capital and encourage talented scientists

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SABIC signs MoU to provide additional funding for research at KAUST to build human capital and encourage talented scientists

4135In support of the development of talented scientists and to promote technology development, SABIC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) on May 13 to provide funding for research projects at the Catalyst Center and Nanotechnology Initiatives.

The MoU was signed by Dr. Ernesto Occhiello SABIC Executive Vice President, Technology & Innovation, and Prof Jean Lou Chameau, President, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST).

Under the MoU, SABIC will commit at least 10 research programs to be operated at the related Catalysis Center and the Nanotechnology Initiatives totaling at least SR 10 million. With this MoU, SABIC’s total support to KAUST research collaborations now exceeds SR 17 million.

Mohamed Al-Mady, SABIC Vice Chairman and CEO, commented, “We are happy to continuously cooperate with the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, which is considered to be among the leading research universities in the world, and support and encourage the development of young scientists in Saudi Arabia. The research at KAUST holds considerable promise for improving lives, promoting sustainability initiatives, and building excellence in science and technology.”

The MoU comes in continuation of SABIC’s joint collaboration programs with KAUST under a series of contemporary agreements signed in 2011 between the two sides for collaboration for 30 years.

The related Catalysis Center and the Nanotechnology Initiatives will provide SABIC technical support in numerous fields which include chemical processes, polymerization processes, and nanocages, nanocomposite, nanofabrics, nanofibers, nanoflakes, nanoflowers, nanofoams, nanomeshes, nanoparticles, nanopillars, nanopin films, nanoplatelets, nanorings, nanorods, nanoshells, quantum dots, quantum heterostructures, sculptured thin films, and nanotips.

The Intended Enhanced Collaboration in Catalysis and Nanotechnology Initiatives will also include a procedural framework for the tailored graduate level programs, post-doctorate tailored research programs, and leading scientists visiting KAUST, encompassed by the intended collaboration.

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534Microsoft Arabia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with New Horizons Saudi Arabia part of -Al-Khaleej Training & Education- to launch the Cloud Academy, which aims to provide a dedicated diploma-training program on Cloud computing technologies to IT companies, students as well as IT customers. Through this initiative, Microsoft & New Horizons aim to increase availability of skilled workers in the Saudi IT market and provide employment opportunities to Saudi citizens. The two companies have agreed to work jointly in developing the Cloud Academy program; Microsoft will support with providing training contents and technology updates while New Horizon will contribute training infrastructure including expert trainers and other resources.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was sealed at a signing ceremony and launch event held on February 25, 2014 at the Four Seasons Hotel in the Kingdom Tower, Riyadh.

“At Microsoft we are committed to helping our customers and partners embrace the cloud with maximum flexibility, and we are delighted to work with New Horizons, one of the premier training organization in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to extend our reach in this effort.,” said Samir Noman, President of Microsoft Arabia.

Mr. Noman went on to say: “For this initiative, the Cloud Academy will provide training tracks for partners, enterprise customers and IT students. The introductory track will focus on Public Cloud, with future tracks planned for Private Cloud as well. We consider the Cloud Academy to be a key initiative by Microsoft and New Horizons to deliver on the government’s priority of nurturing a knowledge-based growth economy in the Kingdom based on a model of sustainable development.”

Phase one of the Cloud Academy diploma program will begin on March 2, 2014 and on conclusion, trainees will sit for exams to achieve certification.

Jean-Philippe Courtois, President of Microsoft International, who also attended the MoU signing, said: “The Cloud Academy will help Saudi companies of all sizes to take advantage of powerful cloud-based solutions, creating more productive, profitable businesses. Cloud skills are now an essential part of a modern, competitive workforce and this is a training program that underlines Microsoft’s long-term commitment to the cloud and to Saudi Arabia. Through our innovative solutions such as Office 365, we offer a seamless integration of Cloud Computing. Uniquely, Microsoft is the only company to offer customers private, hybrid and public cloud, along with a rich ecosystem of Microsoft partners to deliver the cloud to users on their terms. We continues to design and deliver cloud solutions that allow our customers to move to the cloud when they are ready and on their terms.”

Speaking behalf of New Horizons, Alwaleed Aldryaan, CEO of Al-Khaleej Training & Education, said: “It is a pleasure working with Microsoft Arabia to develop and implement the Cloud Academy, a ground-breaking initiative that will greatly accelerate the availability of Cloud Services skill-sets, resulting in greater employability for students and a broader, more trained resource pool for partners to expand their Cloud Services business.”

Microsoft recognizes that the availability of skilled technical and sales resources is critical for partners to develop their cloud practices, thus increasing employment opportunities for young Saudis. Organizations are often challenged for resource allocation, which restricts their ability to take advantage of the latest technology trends. To overcome these issues, Microsoft partners can now take advantage of Cloud Academy to get the skills required to offer their customers the latest software that provides a scalable, flexible and cost-effective Cloud model.

Microsoft has already launched Office 365, its public cloud, in Saudi Arabia, offering the perfect vehicle for Saudi partners to provide small and medium-sized businesses with the latest software advantages such as the pay-as-you-go model and the ability to quickly scale at minimal capital expense. In addition, Microsoft is offering a host of programs as well as incentives to partners to help them develop their Office 365 business, including Fast Track Online partner support.

Microsoft is the only company offering customers a combination of private, hybrid and/or public cloud, delivered together with a rich ecosystem of partners, to enable them to take advantage of the many benefits of the cloud on their own terms and in accordance with their specific business needs.

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CIMA signs MoU with CORE for a fasttrack career in finance

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CIMA signs MoU with CORE for a fasttrack career in finance

4107The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with CORE International Institute of Higher Education FZE (CIIHE) in association with Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi. The memorandum of understanding (MoU) will allow students to gain a CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting, alongside their graduation degree.

As the world’s largest professional body of management accountants, CIMA offers the most relevant finance qualification that not only ensures that CORE graduates receive a solid grounding in the fundamentals of accounting but it also gives them an advantage to fast track their careers as soon as they graduate.

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484Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) for the establishment of the HCT - Etihad Airways Centre for Education and Professional Development.

This Memorandum of Understanding is part of Etihad Airways’ mandate to introduce new opportunities in the UAE aviation sector for UAE nationals, and empower them to play an even greater role in the airline’s world-class business.

The centre will be established with the aim of developing UAE nationals and preparing them for a rewarding career in the aviation industry. Both Etihad Airways and HCT will collaborate further to develop and offer a series of professional and executive development programs

These programs will include English language training, employability skills development, academic educational programs in aviation science and management, and a variety of other vocational and work related training programs that will prepare UAE nationals to take up key roles in Etihad Airways’ expanding global network.

Ray Gammell, Etihad Airways’ Chief People and Performance Officer, said: “The most valuable asset of any organisation is its people and that’s why staff development is such a big focus for us. As the national airline of the UAE, and as part of our support of the Abu Dhabi 2030 plan as well as the Absher initiative, we are committed to training and developing a national workforce of skilled motivated Emiratis.

“As part of that commitment we are once again collaborating with the Higher Colleges of Technology to develop the capabilities, expertise and knowledge of young UAE Nationals wishing to build a career in the aviation industry.”

Etihad Airways had partnered with the HCT previously in a number of initiatives with over 120 students currently enrolled in various programs including the airline’s Graduate Engineering program, IT program and Etihad Ground Services Agents program.

HCT Vice Chancellor, Dr Tayeb Kamali, said: “We are very pleased to be continuing our long partnership with Etihad Airways, which has worked with us for many years to help train and prepare HCT’s Emirati graduates for vitally important careers in the aviation industry.

“This agreement is a clear example of the HCT adhering to the fundamental principle that strong partnerships with the community improve the learning experience of our students, thereby providing them with the opportunities to reach their full potential in the UAE workforce. As a national leader in community and industry engagement, HCT is maintaining its commitment to student growth and achievement through its strong focus on teaching and learning partnerships, such as this one.

“This partnership will enhance the HCT’s emphasis on student-centred, hands-on and work place relevant teaching practices which facilitate the development of our students as graduates who are able to fully operate in today’s technology-driven world,” he added.

Etihad Airways is renowned as one of the UAE’s leading Emirati employers and has been widely praised for its Emiratisation recruitment program. Currently the airline has more than 1,400 UAE nationals employed in various jobs spanning the spectrum of its operations.

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