ECGK seeks new entrants for government consultant scheme

MBRSG programme training government employees to become business consultants opens registration

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ECGK seeks new entrants for government consultant scheme Management consulting is of growing importance to government agencies, saus HE Dr Ali Al Marri.
By  Mark Sutton Published  February 17, 2018

The Emirates Center for Government Knowledge (ECGK) at Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG) has opened the registration for the second batch of its Internal Management Consultant programme.

The programme was created to train government employees with professional consulting skills, so that they can share their knowledge and experience through acting as consultants to other government entities.

The programme trains participants in Internal Management Consulting concepts, and provides them with tools and practices. Once participants pass the assessment stage, they will be granted the Internal Management Consultant Certificate.This will enable them to enrol in the other training courses related to Consultancy provided within the Government Excellence Programmes.

HE Dr Ali bin Sebaa Al Marri, Executive President of Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government, said: "The UAE has cemented its leading international position as a centre for government knowledge and a source of best practices in various public areas. This is reflected in the performance of its various government entities, which have become highly competitive. Abiding by the forward-thinking vision of our wise leadership, UAE government entities have acquired a great deal of government knowledge, which has reflected positively on the strategic sectors and brought us closer to strengthening our economy in preparation for the post-oil era.

"With the growing pace of government knowledge in the UAE, the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government has intensified its efforts to highlight the importance of the management consulting profession in both the government, as well as its essential role in shaping the future of institutional work."

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