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Signing an agreement with Tamkeen to train 100 young Bahrainis

Signing an agreement with Tamkeen to train 100 young Bahrainis

Signing an agreement with Tamkeen to train 100 young Bahrainis. Minister of Information: Advanced programs for preparing and qualifying young national cadres in the media field

The Minister of Information and Information Technology, HE Ali bin Mohammed Al Rumaihi, and HE Shaikh Mohammed bin Isa Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Tamkeen Labor Fund, signed a cooperation agreement today at the Ministry’s headquarters. Between the two sides in the training of 100 Bahraini young men and women graduates of national universities in the media.

He stressed that this agreement comes within the framework of the Ministry’s keenness to prepare young national cadres in the media field, qualify them to participate in the labor market and develop the media message in the light of the new identity of Bahrain TV, in line with the continuous achievements under the comprehensive reform and civilization project of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa of the country.

HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Isa Al Khalifa, Chairman of Tamkeen, expressed his pride in signing this agreement with the Ministry of Public Information and co-financing the professional program to train 100 Bahraini and Bahraini journalists in the fields of media, Especially young people, and enhance their productivity and make them the best choice for employment in the labor market, in line with the economic vision 2030.

At the beginning of the signing ceremony, the Minister of Information Affairs expressed his thanks and appreciation to Tamkeen for their cooperation in concluding this agreement, which provides 100 Bahraini young men and women with a professional certificate in the media field, with the possibility of employing 20 to 40% of qualified trainees in the Ministry of Public Information Media and technical production companies, who prove their worth and efficiency according to the standards of seriousness, discipline, professional and technical competence, and the awareness of the ethics of the media profession, and its lofty goals.

The Minister of Information stated that this comprehensive training program, which lasts for three to six months, is part of the Ministry’s commitments, in partnership with national institutions and the private sector, to provide young graduates of both sexes with the latest arts, skills and techniques of media work and qualify them to join the labor market. National project for the development of the media and communication sector.

He added that the training program includes various practical and technical aspects according to the latest professional standards and practices in the media work, including the areas of: directing, photography, editing, sound engineering, graphics, television preparation and presentation, in cooperation with leading national and international media institutions, The latest technology and technical equipment used in Bahrain TV studios.

Al-Rumaihi said that the door is open to all creative young Bahrainis from national university students and graduates specialized in the field of information and communication to register in this program through the mechanisms announced on the website of the Ministry of Public Information and its accounts on the social media networks, pointing to the existence of a committee of experts and specialists, And expressed his confidence in the Bahraini youth of both sexes and their promising talents, and their ability to serve the nation in various fields of information and development.

HE Mr. Ali bin Mohammed Al Rumaihi, Minister of Information Affairs, said that the ministry aims to organize more specialized programs, courses and projects in cooperation with the national and international academic and media institutions in the framework of its strategic plan to improve human efficiency and improve the role of official media professionally and professionally. In accordance with the highest standards of quality and competitiveness, through modern mechanisms to build and develop the institutional media capacity, in support of the objectives of comprehensive and sustainable development.

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