29 Apr, 2018
Tawteen 360° Student Forum, was held from 24th to 26th April in Dubai world trade center and organised by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, in partnership with the Ministry of Education, universities and the private sectors with the aim of creating an interactive platform for students and the youth that is based on the four key areas of vocational guidance, training, awareness and motivation, and linking participants to field training opportunities.
TCG founders & team members honored to receive the appreciation award from H.E Nasser bin Thani Al Hamli, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation and H.E Hussain bin Ibrahim Al Hammadi, Minister of Education. TCG participated as exhibitor and presented to students the following activities: career counseling; dedicated to CV preparation, interviewing skills, and career road mapping, training; guidance on internships, soft skills and other topics related to their careers, entrepreneurship; tailored sessions for young aspiring entrepreneurs, covering business planning, ideation, and how to set-up a business, internship; offering internships, training and summer job opportunities for students.
H.E Nasser bin Thani Al Hamli, stated that the Student Forum, Tawteen 360, which provides students with information about career guidance, has become a national platform for empowering and educating students and the youth about the importance of working in the private sector, as well as its requirements and the benefits it offers.
"'The private sector has a strategic option to recruit national human resources and has diverse and promising opportunities that Emiratis can seize to build a better career," he said.
4 government authorities, 30 private sector institutions and over 3,200 secondary school and higher education students participated in the event.
The students engaged in 137 activities, including 70 vocational training workshops, 17 knowledge lectures, 30 training workshops and 20 awareness and motivation sessions, with involved 24 speakers and 40 trainers from private sector institutions.
The forum is part of the national vocational guidance programme that was launched by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, under the framework of its policies and its new methodology to manage the country’s Emiratisation.
Source: TCG & Wam