Emirates News Agency – Great turnout on the Dubai government platform at the Emirates Vision 2022

DUBAI, 20th September / WAM / The Dubai Government platform, which is supervised by the Dubai Government Human Resources Department at the 21st edition of the Emirates Vision Care Fair, which was launched today at the Dubai World Trade Center, witnessed a large turnout of young Emirati men and women looking to learn about future jobs provided by the authorities. participating government.

The Dubai government platform, which bears the slogan “Talents for the Future”, was visited by a number of Their Excellencies, heads and directors of government agencies, where His Excellency Eng. Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Chairman of the Emirati Human Resources Development Council in Dubai, was briefed on the programs aimed at upgrading the human element, providing it with the necessary science and knowledge and encouraging talent Young Emiratis to benefit from technical developments and artificial intelligence.

He stressed that the participation of the Emirati Human Resources Development Council in Dubai in the Emirates Careers Vision exhibition aims to encourage Emiratis to work in the private sector. In particular, he heard from His Excellency Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, Director General of the Dubai Government Human Resources Department, about an explanation of the My Experience platform launched by the Department to provide future opportunities for skilled Emiratis to enter the field of entrepreneurship.

For his part, His Excellency Mishaal Abdul Karim Julfar, Executive Director of the Dubai Ambulance Corporation, during his visit to the Dubai government platform, praised the efforts made by the participating government agencies, the programs and activities they provide during the exhibition.

On the other hand, the Department of Human Resources of the Government of Dubai and the General Directorate of Civil Defense in Dubai signed a memorandum of understanding to set a general framework for cooperation and exchange of experiences and knowledge between the two parties and to achieve the desired goals aimed at concerted efforts to enrich government knowledge, empower national cadres, and raise the level of technical and behavioral competencies of the employees of the General Directorate of Civil Defense in Dubai Through the “Riyadah Program” program launched by the Dubai Government’s Human Resources Department.

The memorandum was signed by His Excellency Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, Director General of the Department of Human Resources for the Government of Dubai, and His Excellency Lieutenant-General Rashid Thani Al Matrooshi, Director General of the General Directorate of Civil Defense in Dubai, at the Dubai Government platform at the Emirates Vision Care Fair, which was launched today in Dubai.

The memorandum of understanding stipulates cooperation between the two sides in the fields of training and education in support of developing the institutional performance of national employees in government agencies and private entities in the Emirate of Dubai, providing the employees of the two sides with new knowledge, skills and experiences in their field of work, cooperation in the field of programs to prepare and empower national competencies from various occupational categories, and cooperation in documenting Dissemination and exchange of best government practices, enriching the knowledge content of the applied experiences of government administration, and activating institutional communication channels between the two parties.

16 government entities will participate in the Dubai government platform at the UAE Job Vision 2022, namely: Knowledge and Human Resources Development Authority, Dubai Ambulance, General Department of Civil Defense, Dubai Customs, Dubai Sports Council, Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities, Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, Dubai Land Department, Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Center, workshop Dubai Digital Government Dubai Academic Health Corporation Dubai Finance Department Imam Malik College of Sharia and Law My experiences in addition to the Human Resources Department in the Government of Dubai.

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