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KHDA partners with University of South Wales Dubai & Dubai South for Counsellorsí Workshop

Posted 25 April 2019 · Add Comment

The University of South Wales (USW) in Dubai yesterday welcomed school counsellors and students to its Dubai South campus for an insight into inclusivity and tolerance in education, and an update on Mohammed Bin Rashid Aerospace Hub, and the aviation industry in the region.

 

The workshop included an overview of the ‘Master Plan’ for Mohammed Bin Rashid Aerospace Hub from the CEO Aviation at Dubai South, an update on aviation industry career pathways and skill shortages from Falcon Aviation Services, and insights on inclusivity and tolerance from the Director of Inclusive Education Programs and the Senior Inspector at KHDA, as well as a session on aviation industry skills shortages from USW Dubai Campus Director, Dr Akram Hammoudeh.

Counsellors and leaders from schools and colleges across Dubai were invited to join the session to understand more about inclusivity and tolerance in education, and to learn more about the aerospace industry in Dubai and the region, and why the industry is calling out for skilled graduates.

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