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Saturday, March 16, 2019

“MoHRE” signs MoU with “DREI” to Promote the Employment Skills of Nationals in Real Estate Sector

His Excellency Nasser bin Thani Al Hamli, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation MoHRE, attended the signing ceremony of a Memorandum of Understanding MoU between the ministry and Dubai Real Estate Institute DREI to cooperate in implementing professional training programmes targeting male and female nationals looking for job opportunities in the real estate sector.

 

His Excellency Nasser bin Thani Al Hamli, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation MoHRE, attended the signing ceremony of a Memorandum of Understanding MoU between the ministry and Dubai Real Estate Institute DREI to cooperate in implementing professional training programmes targeting male and female nationals looking for job opportunities in the real estate sector.

The MoU was signed alongside the concluding activities of “TAWTEEN 360” Student Forum which was held in Expo Centre Sharjah recently under the patronage of the Education and Human Resources Council and organised by MoHRE in partnership with the Ministry of Education.

The MoU was signed by Fatima Al Houti, Acting Undersecretary of Human Resources Development at MoHRE, Hind al Marri, CEO of DREI, in the presence of a number of officials from both sides.

HE Fatima Al Houti stated that the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding with Dubai Real Estate Institute is part of the new policy adopted by the ministry in response to the Emiratisation endeavours by launching and implementing quality initiatives aimed at developing the skills of national cadres and promoting their professional capacities in the targeted economic sectors.  

HE Al Houti stressed that the training and professional development of male and female national job-seekers on the job requirements of private institutions within the real estate sector will provide them with promising and convenient job opportunities, which is the main goal behind signing the MoU between MoHRE and DREI.

She further clarified that the MoU aims to implement a package of training programmes and develop the competencies of job seekers so that they can acquire the skills, knowhow and all relevant requirements to work in the real estate sector, whether in private or public institutions. It also aims to increase the number of UAE nationals working in the real estate sector and make them experts in different real estate areas, which contributes to the creation of sustainable entrepreneurship opportunities in this sector.

HE Sultan Butti Bin Mejren, Director General of the Dubai Land Department (DLD) and Chairman of the DREI Board of Directors, stated that “our agreement with the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation is part of the endeavours undertaken to build and promote our mutual cooperation so that we can contribute, through the DREI, to empowering our national youths and upgrading their skills in serving the real estate sector in Dubai and the UAE as a whole.  

HE Bin Mejren explained that “this MoU reflects our endeavours to support the strategic plan of the UAE government and implement the strategic goals of government bodies, especially mutual cooperation and coordination in order to support our economy with competent national cadres who can assume their responsibilities effectively and efficiently”.

He added, “we are convinced that the training progammes and courses to be provided by the DREI are in harmony with the expectations and aspirations of our young people, especially that most of them are organised in partnership with prestigious global institutions”.

In her turn, Hind al Marri, CEO of DREI, said that the DREI contribution is a roadmap which charts the career prospects of our young nationals and encourages them to break into the real estate labour market with its promising job opportunities”.

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