Building Future Education MENA Concludes in Abu DhabiBy United Business Media ubm Middle East, PRNE
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Under the Patronage of HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan - Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Education Council
ABU DHABI, U.A.E., November 29, 2010 - Under the patronage of HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al
Nahyan - Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed
Forces and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Education Council, Building Future
Education MENA 2010, the region's leading education show and exhibition which
focuses on facilities, management, reform, investment and operation of all
educational institutions and programmes in the MENA region, concluded today
after a two day run in ADNEC, Abu Dhabi.
Building Future Education MENA was free to attend and featured
many seminars and workshops on managing, investing in and reform of
educational facilities and operating of all educational institutions and
operations in the MENA region. The show was open for trade, students and
workers in the education sector and covered all levels of education in
addition to training and research centres and special needs facilities. Fully
endorsed by the Abu Dhabi Education Council, the show featured delegates from
many governmental and educational institutes from the MENA region including
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Libya, Syria and Egypt.
His Excellency Dr. Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili, Director General
of the Abu Dhabi Education Council commented "Our main goal in Building
Future Education MENA is to develop and enhance educational systems that will
enable us to develop a working force capable of competing on global standards
through raising the quality of education. Education is the bedrock of our
society, and ADEC is committed to the next generation of students and working
hard to equip them with what they need to be active members of society.
He continued "Building Future Education MENA is a great
opportunity for us to bring together leaders in education to discuss and
showcase the latest in this field and share their expertise with everyone
else. We're looking forward to next year's show to further spread general
awareness among students and workers in education."
Building Future Education MENA featured many seminars aimed at
Abu Dhabi students, these include workshops from multiple private and
government institutes including Abu Dhabi Police, the Critical National
Infrastructure Authority, NESTLE water and much more. These workshops aimed
at increasing public awareness on multiple issues including road safety,
general health and wellbeing, water, sustainability and maritime safety.
Andrew Pert, Regional Director United Business Media's Built
Environment division commented "This year's show has been a massive success
with thousands of attendees from all around the region. We're happy to have
had so much support from local and regional companies and institutes, and
we'd like thank HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan - Crown Prince
of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces and the Abu
Dhabi Education Council for their support. And we look forward to a bigger
and better event in 2011."
Notes to the editor
For more information see:
Companies, academia, government bodies and individuals
interested in taking part or attending the event in 2011 should contact the
organiser United Business Media for more information on: +971-2-406-4471 or
Abdul Karim Samaan, Grayling Momentum, E:
email@example.com or +971-4-390-1630.
Further information on UBM Middle East can be found at
Media Enquiries: Abdul Karim Samaan, Grayling Momentum, E: abdulkarim at graylingmomentum.com or +971-4-390-1630.
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