In Abu Dhabi, the activities of the career counseling and guidance program “Steps 2020”, launched by the Martyrs’ Families Affairs Office, were concluded in Abu Dhabi. And a student.
Sheikh Khalifa bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Executive Director of the Office of Martyrs ‘Families in the Court of the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, said: The launch of the Steps Program comes within the framework of the permanent efforts of the Martyrs’ Families Affairs Office to empower the children of martyrs, enhance their capabilities and develop their skills and contribute to preparing them to deal with various variables of life stages The process is for them, within the framework of the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, which always emphasizes on empowering the families and children of martyrs and giving them the necessary care and attention..
Sheikh Khalifa bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan explained that the focus on developing educational skills for the children of martyrs comes from the absolute belief of the Martyrs’ Families Affairs Office in the importance of education and its impact in making a quantum leap and drawing a bright future in the various development paths in the United Arab Emirates..
The activities of the program, which began last year, included academic and professional counseling courses for new students at the university to learn about their interests in line with their aspirations and professional and academic desires, in which a number of higher education institutions in the country participated, including Zayed University, the United Arab Emirates University, the University of Sharjah and the Higher Colleges of Technology..
The program included various workshops and courses, including a course entitled “Youth and Ambition” presented by Eng. Khaled Habib Al-Attar, which dealt with the importance of empowering youth and striving to enhance their self-confidence..
The program also provided advanced courses for university students, including the workshop on “coping and resilience strategies” presented by Dr. Fadwa Al-Mughairbi on adaptation and continuity in light of the challenges, changes and psychological pressures they face during the university stage, and the distance learning skills workshop, which revolves around how to acquire new skills through the Distance learning, to build various skills and disciplines to stimulate self-development and innovation, in addition to a workshop presented by the Abu Dhabi Government Academy to introduce the Coursera educational platform and how to use it for the benefit of children from various training courses.
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