Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: The Abu Dhabi School of Government (ADSG), the leading government platform for human capital development in Abu Dhabi, part of the Department of Government Support, recently hosted an administrative delegation from the Bahrain Institute of Public Administration (BIPA) . The purpose of the visit was to explore opportunities for collaboration for learning and development programs and to exchange expertise, as well as to prepare the signing of a memorandum of understanding and cooperation agreements in the future.
The delegation was led by His Excellency Dr. Raed Mohammed Bin Shams, Director General of BIPA, Najem Salmeen, Head of Training Development at BIPA, and Faisal Isa Al Khayyat, Head of Continuous Learning Development Department at BIPA.
The delegation was received by Her Excellency Sumaya AbdulAziz Al Hosani, Dean of ADSG, and the team of the ADSG Partnerships Department.
The delegation toured the premises of ADSG, where they were able to experience the school’s modern facilities and equipment, which exceed the highest international standards and aim to provide an exceptional learning experience for those who enroll. at school.
Next, the ADSG Partnerships team and the BIPA team gave presentations on their focus on their key messages, vision, services and educational programs. The two sides also discussed methods of communication and prospects for future collaboration, in order to achieve mutual goals through the exchange of visits and expertise, as well as continued coordination.
Her Excellency Sumaya AbdulAziz Al Hosani, Dean of ADSG, said, “The Abu Dhabi School of Government is delighted to have hosted the Bahrain Institute of Public Administration for its visit today. This is a reflection of our combined efforts to strengthen cooperation prospects, exchange expertise and improve bilateral relations in terms of training programs provided by ADSG and BIPA.
Al Hosani added, “ADSG is committed to strengthening its strategic partnerships with prestigious academic and training institutions in the region, which aligns with its goals of providing a world-class learning experience for Abu Dhabi government employees. This aims to enhance their skills and expertise so that they can contribute to the Abu Dhabi Government’s march towards continued excellence. We commend BIPA’s efforts to support our contributions to uplifting human resources within the Government of Abu Dhabi and look forward to continuing our partnership in the future.
His Excellency Dr. Raed Mohammed Bin Shams, Director General of BIPA, said: “BIPA emphasizes the importance of coordinating joint government efforts and visions to elevate human resources, by exchanging best practices, expertise and administrative experiences. As well as drafting futuristic strategies that enable leaders to keep up with changes and developments and address current and future challenges. Governments today seek to make innovation and creativity a core feature of administrative work, resulting in projects, initiatives and services that respond to the aspirations of GCC citizens. »
His Excellency Sumaya AbdulAziz Al Hosani presented the delegation with the ADSG Honorary Shield in appreciation for their visit.
About Abu Dhabi School of Government (ADSG):
The ADSG was established in 2018 and is the government entity responsible for overseeing and planning the learning and development of all Abu Dhabi Government employees. Its mandate is to develop the most effective government workforce for the emirate through the provision of high quality training and development activities, based on international best practices, while taking into account the priorities and Abu Dhabi requirements.
To fulfill its mandate of providing a comprehensive world-class learning experience for UAE government employees, ADSG partners with top local and international academic institutions, as well as online educational platforms from around the world. whole world.
For more information on Abu Dhabi School of Government, visit www.adsg.gov.abudhabi
For press inquiries, please contact: