Reyada celebrates 4th batch of graduates from the Management Development Programme
Posted on: 29 December 2015
Sharjah, 29th December 2015:Reyada Centre celebrated the recent graduation of the fourth batch of leaders from its Management Development Programme, who represented various institutions affiliated with the Executive Office of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, Wife of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah and Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs. The programme was led by GCC Consultants.
At the beginning of the function, which was held at the Executive Office of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, Director of Reyada Centre, Fatima Al Shehhi, welcomed the attendees and expressed her delight with the graduation of the fourth group of leaders, as well as her wishes for a successful career.
She said: “At Reyada, we are looking for a comprehensive employee with unlimited skills who seeks to learn more and to properly apply what he learnt in his professional life.”
Reyada strives to achieve the highest level of quality in improving skills of employees by providing high-level educational programmes. It aims to relentlessly improve and develop its programmes in order to provide employees with excellence and the necessary abilities to enable them to create and innovate.
Graduate Khawla Al Hawai delivered a speech on behalf of the graduates of the fourth batch, in which she extended heartfelt thanks and gratitude to Reyada Centre and to all who contributed to the programme, and congratulated her colleagues.
She said: “We are lucky to be part of the management development programme, which does not hold any less value than a university certificate. We faced many difficulties and challenges during the programme but were able to overcome them—this helped us ignite the spirit of leadership with a clear and positive vision.”
At the end of the ceremony, Fatima Al Shehhi honoured the graduates and presented a certificate of graduation in the presence of Avatar Gill. She expressed her wishes for success in both their careers and personal lives, and took a group photo with the graduates.