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The press report of Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, Abu Dhabi Center for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (ACTVET) announced the opening of electronic registration for citizens aged between 15 and 21 years to join the ninth session of the national initiative “Yes to Work” which will be organized by Abu Dhabi Center for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (ACTVET) from December 18 to January 5, 2017 in selected business retails in six cities across the UAE, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Zayed City in the Western Region, Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman. The Director General of Abu Dhabi Center for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (ACTVET), H.E. Mubarak Saeed Al Shamsi, stressed that the new course of "Yes to Work" comes within the framework of the directives of the wise leadership to develop various means that enable young people to work and invest in various fields that entrench the role of young national cadres in the market The ninth session of the initiative will continue its success in empowering young citizens in general and students -female students in particular- to operate them during part-time school vacations in the retail and private sector sectors, including Who have a distinguished work experience that allows them to identify the mechanisms of work in these areas where those who meet the condition of age can participate for the first time, while those who participated before can complete the rest of the four levels of the program and then complete the requirements that qualify them to obtain the certificate approved by the National Qualifications Authority.

04 October 2016

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An agreement granting graduates of “Fatima College” the priority of appointment to the “National Rehabilitation”

Mohammed Salem Al Dhaheri, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Rehabilitation Center, witnessed the signing ceremony of the partnership agreement concluded by the Center, with the Fatima College of Health Sciences, affiliated to the Institute of Applied Technology at the Abu Dhabi Center for Technical and Vocational Education and Training; In health sciences and all fields of common interest, according to which priority is given to college graduates, for appointment to the National Rehabilitation Center. 

The agreement was signed by Dr. Ahmed Abdel-Manan Al-Awar, Director-General of the Institute, and Dr. Hamad Al-Ghafri, Director-General of the Center, in the presence of Dr. Daryl Corniche, Director of the College, Issa Al-Marzouqi, Acting Director of Applied Technology High Schools, and a number of officials. 

Dr. Al-Awar said that the agreement comes within the framework of the center's strategy, which focuses on achieving important goals, including the localization of vital sectors in the country, foremost of which is the medical sector, which has the highest priority for the wise leadership, and by enabling the college to graduate national competencies in many medical specialties. To ensure that national cadres are able to efficiently perform specialized tasks in hospitals and medical institutions. 

He explained that the agreement enables the center, to benefit from the expertise of the teaching staff, to support the center's activities, tasks and specializations, as well as the college's responsibility to provide the center with students who have outstanding skills and abilities for practical training during the study, so that the center will give them job opportunities upon graduation, in accordance with the rules and regulations in force at the center. Giving priority to employment to them, and coordinating together to hold educational and educational activities in the center's specializations.

24 April 2022
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EmiratesSkills National Competition

​ACTVET organizes the 13th edition of EmiratesSkills National Competition in ADNEC from 7-9 March 2022. The competition comes under the patronage of H.H Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak Chairwoman of the General Women's Union, President of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, and Supreme Chairwoman of the Family Development Foundation.

With more than 155 UAE Nationals competing this year in 23 skills across 6 categories which are Social and Personal Services, Information and Communication Technology, Manufacturing and Engineering Technology, Transportation and Logistics, Creative Arts and Fashion, Construction and Building Technology.

His Excellency Dr. Mubarak Saeed Al Shamsi, Director General of ACTVET, said that the new edition of Emirates Skills National Competition comes within the framework of the center's strategic initiatives and programs through which it seeks to empower the Emiratis youth and equip them with global competitive skills.

21 February 2022
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Corona Robot The Smart Guard

In an effort to find better ways to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic, students of Applied Technology High School (ATHS) have developed 3D printed robot in campus that adheres to government health and safety measurements. 


ATHS students stated that "Corona Robot" plays the role of security guard as it measures temperature, reminds people of social distancing and ensure Mask On rule is being followed. It can also reports violating COVID-19 health and safety measurements to authorities. 


"The robot was developed by students; and its parts were printed using 3D printer in campus" Said Engineer Mais Yousef, the project supervisor.

15 February 2022
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Specialists to “Al-Ittihad”: The industry of innovators begins with the family and the school

Specialists in the educational filed and innovation have unanimously agreed that the family and the educational institution from which the student starts in his early years is the first building block in the creation of innovators and talents, whose talents are discovered early in the home or school.

For his part, Dr. Mubarak Saeed Al Shamsi, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Center for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, said that discovering innovators and their talents requires the availability of several factors and ingredients that help discover and develop talents among the young generation, support and refine them in the required manner. All of that to achieve results and leading position in creating an advanced generation. Keeping pace with the scientific boom and artificial and digital intelligence that the country and the whole world are witnessing.
12 February 2022
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