MBRCGI introduces Arabic language innovation course

Course will teach innovation in government work concepts in Arabic

Tags: Arabic (Language)Mohamed Bin Rashid Center for Government Innovation (www.mbrcgi.gov.ae)United Arab Emirates
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MBRCGI introduces Arabic language innovation course HE Huda Al Hashmi addresses the Ibtakr workshop event.
By  Mark Sutton Published  May 25, 2016

Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Government Innovation has its first course for government innovation in the Arabic language.

The course on ‘Innovation in Government Work' is being delivered in collaboration with the Arab online platform ‘Idrak'.

The course is designed to monitor government innovation trends, and explore future governments in the Arab region and around the world to highlight the importance of innovation, and explain the importance of innovation in government work.

The course was announcement during an ‘Ibtakr' workshop organized by Mohammed Bin Rashid Center for Government Innovation in HCT-Dubai Men's College, which was attended by 800 federal and local government employees.

Her Excellency Huda Al Hashemi, Assistant to the Director-General for Strategy and Innovation in the Prime Minister's Office, said: "The launch of this programme is in line with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, who has stated that innovation in government is not an intellectual luxury, administrative improvement or propaganda but rather the essence of the government's role, development and evolution - it is the vital factor behind the transformation of a nation."

The course consists of four study hours, introducing students with basic concepts and tools of government innovation. A certificate will be given upon completion of the course.

During the ‘Ibtakr' workshop, a comprehensive presentation was given on the concept of government innovation, its most important elements, and its relevance to the National Agenda and the UAE Vision 2021, in addition to a number of innovative experiments around the world. It also highlighted policies to enable innovation and turn it into a social culture and theme of government workflow.

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