Dubai Police’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in cooperation with ICDL Arabia, the governing body and certification authority for the ICDL certificate programme in Egypt, GCC States and Iraq, and the National Institute of Vocational Training (NIVE), an initiative of the Dubai Government’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), has adopted the new structure and modules of ICDL certificate. The cooperation agreement was signed by Colonel Engineer Mohammed Ahmed Al Bastaki, Director of Dubai Police’s TSA and Jamil Ezzo, Director General, ICDL Arabia.



The cooperation includes accrediting internal training and test center supervised by NIVE and offers accredited ICDL training and testing services. The training sessions will be held within an encouraging environment and interactive atmosphere in order to provide employees a useful and enjoyable learning experience. The employees will be granted certificates after their successful completion of the international tests.

Colonel Al Bastaki said: “We are pleased to cooperate with ICDL Arabia in the training programme of our employees which will enable them to gain the latest IT and communication skills as well as the best practices that will enhance their professional competencies in line with the requirements of the digital age. The training programme is a part of our commitment to support the efforts of promoting digital literacy among our employees in order to enable them to efficiently use the modern technology, thus raising the efficiency of work. We are also keen on developing and enhancing the skills of all our employees and provide them with the latest technology programmes that enable them to perform their duties with ease. There is no denying that IT plays a key role in facilitating the communication with citizens and providing all the services to them. In order to motivate the trainees, we will honor the top three achievers.”

For his part, Jamil Ezzo, Director General of ICDL Arabia, expressed his delight in cooperation with Dubai Police’s TSA in order to raise the level of contemporary digital skills of staff. He praised the leadership of Dubai Police as a pioneer in adopting the latest technologies and sophisticated systems that will drive the excellence in serving community and consolidating Dubai’s position on the world map.

“We are keen on forging effective and strategic partnerships with the leading government bodies in the UAE and Gulf region for advancing the digital skills of human resources and optimally qualifying them in order to support the transition towards an integrated knowledge-based economy,” concluded Ezzo.



Source: Orient Planet PR & Marketing Communications