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Emirates News Agency – Women’s Union and Al Magda Gate celebrate the graduation ceremony of the fourth batch of “Adlog” project

ABU DHABI, March 19 / WAM / Under the patronage of Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, Chairperson of the General Women’s Association, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, Supreme Chairwoman of the Family Development Foundation, General Women’s Association and the Abu Dhabi Port Group’s Magda Gate in the Al Digital Zone, “launched” Celebrated the graduation ceremony of the fourth batch of the project. For strategic projects in the fields of trade, logistics, innovation and modern technology.

Noora Al Suwaidi, Secretary General of the General Women’s Association, said: “We are proud to present the honorable young models, we see the prosperous future of the nation in their eyes and exceptional talents. Support and thanks. Encouragement of Her Highness Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak, “Mother of the Emirates”, Emirati Women in Science and They continue to achieve leadership and excellence based on technological excellence.

He added: “We are always proud of our prestigious partnership with Abu Dhabi Ports Group, which provides innovative training programs to qualify the new generation and provides all support and effort to promote women’s participation in various sectors. Emirati women use modern techniques and technology to create better opportunities, innovative solutions and services that improve efficiency.” Digital in the country.

She urged the General Women’s Association to recognize the importance of empowering women in advanced technology fields and become an active and influential party in driving the economy, innovation and future growth using technology and artificial intelligence. Economic and social sectors and details of daily life in government and private investments in digital transformation and adoption of smart applications in various sectors.

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For her part, Dr. Noora Al Taheri, CEO of Al Maqta Gateway and Chief Digital Officer, Abu Dhabi Ports Group, said: “Here at the Digital District, we are proud of the graduation. We are in an exceptional celebration of the fourth batch of the “Launq” project. We build trust and willingly create opportunities.Strong and intelligent governance to provide the country with the skills it deserves to advance the UAE’s achievements, creativity and innovation.The digital commerce sector.

The experts of Magda Gate team improved the skills of the fourth batch, which included 82 female participants in the training program, in the fields of technological innovations, supporting their skills and providing new form of future technology and modern technologies. “Technical writer, systems and network administrator, system quality specialist and project coordinator, graphic designer, database developer, data science specialist, customer service specialist, business analyst, application security and artificial intelligence ambassadors. Investing in human capital, developing education, attracting talent and intellectual leadership and its advice on the importance of retaining expertise, advancing the nation’s digital, technological and scientific excellence, and building the world’s best and most dynamic economy.

In a gesture to foster volunteerism and social responsibility, the creative female cadre of fourth batch trainees took part in the Cyber ​​Pulse for Women and Family initiative, launched by the General Women’s Union under her generous patronage. Included in the graduation requirements is in collaboration with Her Highness Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak, “Mother of the Emirates”, and the Cyber ​​Security Council.

The participation was a huge success as the women members of the fourth group were able to create awareness among over 100,000 beneficiaries of the program through 49 workshops across physical and virtual sessions, dealing with awareness on topics. “Parental Control, Electronic Games, Internet Addiction, Data Privacy, Cyber ​​Security, Social Engineering, Online Shopping, Cybercrime,” it addressed to all sections of society, including children. , youth, parents, elderly and committed people, in an effort to establish digital awareness and safe roads, use technologies positively, create groups of female workers specialized in cyber security, and encourage women’s participation in cyber security.

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The “Adlock” initiative was launched on Emirati Women’s Day 2020 and saw the graduation of 4 modules with the participation of 170 female participants in the training programme. Over 550 training sessions and over 72,000 hours of recording. Training, more than 95 accredited certificates from Harvard University and more than 540 accredited certificates from “Udemy” educational platform and average evaluation results for participants of 84.3 %

It is important to note that the “Adlog” program has seen significant growth in its four editions since the training program for the first batch was launched with the participation of 12 students and graduates. “Career Management, Work Ethics, Setting Goals.” , practical tasks in many disciplines and skills such as innovation and creativity, negotiation skills, strategic thinking, work pressure management, presentation skills, time management and program management. The project contributes to the creation of a one-stop shop for logistics and trade services in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, “Otloop”.

With 32 Emirati students passing the exam, the second batch of the program received more than 1,000 applications, and 9 new training programs were added to participants in the second batch of the program. , database developer and front-end developer. Graphic Designer, Data Science Specialist, Application Security Specialist, Digital Content Writer, Project Coordinator and Systems and Network Administrator. 44 female members in the third group participated in a three-month intensive training program consisting of 12 separate training sessions, while in the fourth group there were 82 female members.Thus the number of female participants in the “Adlock” training program has increased to 170.

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Reda Abdel Nour / Khatoun Al Nowais