ADUKG’s flagship 7th Annual Emiratisation Forum is fast approaching, set to be held at Abu Dhabi’s Al Raha Beach Hotel on 16-17 November
Final preparations are already underway for Abu Dhabi University Knowledge Group’s (ADUKG) 7th Annual Emiratisation Forum, held in strategic partnership with Abu Dhabi Tawteen Council. This flagship event, set to be held on 16 – 17 November at Abu Dhabi’s Al Raha Beach Hotel, is the UAE’s leading Forum focused on the recruitment and retention of Emirati talent.
The programme will feature a host of expert speakers from the government and private sector, and will focus on a broad range of in-depth Emiratisation topics through an innovative programme that encourages interaction and debate. Professionals from across the UAE will hear presentations covering aspects such as the successful use of coaching and technology in Emiratisation programmes, as well as gaining critical updates on the latest government policy guidance.
A range of case studies and panel discussions will also profile some of the experiences and success stories of individual economic sectors, in addition to discussing important issues such as compensation, how to overcome misconceptions, and the impact of Emiratisation targets.
The Forum is kindly sponsored by Abu Dhabi Tawteen Council, Etihad Airways, Al Fahim, and Injazat. Esteemed speakers at the event are representing organisations including Zayed Foundation, Etisalat, ADIB and ADNATCO NGSCO.
“Emiratisation has rightly remained a crucial talking point for the UAE’s public and private sector organisations. The impressive response ADUKG has seen to this, the seventh year of the Forum, demonstrates the continued strength and seriousness of the effort to advance Emiratisation initiatives. ADUKG is very much looking forward to opening the doors to this year’s Forum, and to supporting the formulation of innovative new solutions to some of the Emiratisation challenges that still remain,” said Dr. Ahmad Badr, Chief Executive Officer of ADUKG.
Abu Dhabi University
The dream began with the Charter of Abu Dhabi University in the year 2000, After three years of planning, the university opened its doors in September 2003, to an entering class of 1,000 students on its two campuses in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. Unlike other colleges and universities in the UAE, ADU undertook the measures necessary to ensure that all of the degree programs it would offer had secured accreditation from the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in advance of any students enrolling in them.
ADU offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees based upon the American model of higher education.
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