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Training pays off for New Horizons

New Horizons Dubai walks off with the Best Instructor Award for EMEA at the Authorised Sun Education Centre Summit held in South Africa.

New Horizons training centre in Dubai has proved that training staff is an absolute paramount for success, after winning an award at the EMEA ASEC Summit held in Sun City, South Africa. New Horizons Dubai was appreciated for the quality of training it provides, which attracted the Best Instructor Award.

"New Horizons Dubai feels proud to have been chosen for the award among the all the Authorised Sun Education Centres in EMEA and is pleased to have the best instructors around,” said Nadeem Younis, general manager of New Horizons, Dubai.

During the conference, New Horizons and Sun Microsystems discussed new strategic courses and tactical guidelines to optimise their performance in the coming year.

Shane Carlson, Regional Manager Sun Educational Services Middle East Africa (MEA) added: "We are delighted to recognise New Horizons in this way. It is a confirmation yet again that we are partnering with a world class organisation with world class quality driven instructors. This matches perfectly with the quality orientated, customer focused approach of Sun Educational Services.”

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