Virtual workshops and sessions

"Badri": a vital platform for interactive education

The workshops focus on providing a comprehensive approach to learning.

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The "Badri Academy for Knowledge and Capacity Building", affiliated to the Nama Foundation for the Advancement of Women, launched a series of virtual workshops this November in partnership with a group of educational and professional institutions in the UAE and the world, as part of its efforts to enhance e-learning opportunities, in addition to developing The skills of youth and entrepreneurs in light of the rapid changes taking place in the education sector and markets in the post-Coronavirus era

The workshops focused on providing a comprehensive and integrated approach to learning, while ensuring a balance between professional and personal development. The Academy designed five virtual workshops in cooperation with the University of Sharjah, Sharjah Islamic Bank, and the London-based School of Life. Under the supervision of a group of financial experts, educational and trainers with experience in life skills, to address developments in the world of entrepreneurship, investments, financial management, e-learning, and other related topics.

The Academy is holding a workshop in cooperation with the "School of Life" in the United Kingdom under the title "Resilience", the day after tomorrow, Tuesday, to introduce participants to the role of flexibility as a key factor in ensuring business success.

Dr. Mona Al Ali, Director of “Badri Academy for Knowledge and Capacity Building” said: “After the great success of the virtual educational workshops that provided a vital platform for interactive learning based on cooperation in light of physical distancing measures, the Academy continues its efforts to provide more opportunities for young women and men to enable them to Continuing the development journey on both the professional and personal levels.

Mona Al Ali:

• More opportunities for young women and men to enable them to continue their development journey.

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