Opened by Minister of Labour and Social Development:The Kingdom University participates in Bahrain Exhibition for Pre-employment Training and Education 2017

 

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Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, Deputy Prime Minister, has deputized his excellency Mr. jameel Humaidan, Minister of Labour and Social Development, to open Bahrain Exhibition for Pre-employment Training and Education 2017, which it was held from 3rd to 4th of May in the Sheraton Hotel.

 

Mr.Jameel Humaidan, inaugurated the event with the presence of Chairman of the Board of Directors of Med Point Shaikha Noora bint Khalifa Al Khalifa and other officials from the educational and training institutions.

 

“This kind of events contribute a lot to human development and prepare the Bahraini youth to professionally integrate into the market through the cooperation between various agencies involved in education, training and employment sectors in the Kingdom,” said Jameel bin Mohammed Ali Humaidan.

 

“The initiatives of the private sector to provide employment meets the goals of the Ministry of Labour and Social Development that is continuously striving to strengthen the mechanisms of employment of citizens in the labour market. The exhibition is an opportunity for job seekers to identify the specific job opportunities offered in the Bahraini labour market. Further, I would also like to thank the private sectors as it plays a very big role in developing the labour market in the Kingdom,” he added. “The aim of the exhibition is to introduce students who are expected to graduate from the secondary and university levels with the available educational, training and employment opportunities as per the nature of the labour market requirements,” said Shaikha Noora bint Khalifa Al Khalifa, Chairman of Med Point, organizers of the event. “The continuation of the exhibition for the seventh year in a row reflects the success achieved in previous years and the positive impact it has left on the participants,” she said.

 

She thanked the Deputy Prime Minister, Ministry of Labour, Tamkeen and Ministry of Education for their support. The expo had three main sections — education, training, and employment opportunities for the youth in the Kingdom.

 

The Kingdom University has participated in the education section with a unique partition with the presence of Prof. Yusuf AbdulGhaffar Abdulla. The University did its role in educating and familiarizing students with the academic programs that the university offer, along with other information provided about the campus life and students after graduating.