Workshops at Dubai Autism Centre in cooperation with the Dubai International Financial CentrePress Release 24 Sep 2006 12:03 pm
Dubai International Financial Centre, in continuance of its support to the Dubai Autism Centre, facilitated a series of workshops for the administrative and teaching staff of the centre. The workshops aimed to enhance the skills of the trainers, instructors and staff members, instilling “team spirit” as one of the most important elements in dealing with children with special needs.
Dubai Autism Centre hosted a number of development specialists from DIFC, at an “open day” conducted at Grosvenor House Hotel which included a number of workshops and team building activities.
Nabil Ramadhan, Chief of Human Capital Officer at DIFC said; “Our relationship with Dubai Autism Centre has been nurtured over time. It is our on-going effort to improve and develop the level of service offered to people with special needs, and in particular children with autism. “
Mohammed Al Emadi, General Manager and Board Member of The Dubai Autism Centre, thanked the DIFC for supporting the centre and said that all the achievements of the Autism Centre come as result of mutual cooperation.
He commented: “For us, it is very important that our employees - administrative staff, special education teachers and other specialists – work as one team. They all need to be skilled in dealing with people on a personal level and be professional. Our ultimate goal is to help develop the abilities of the children whose parents have put in a lot of faith in us. Ensuring the right training methods and experience of our staff will help us achieve our goal. In this aspect, we shall spare no effort.”