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MoI officials discuss 2020 training plan

THE Police Training Institute on Wednesday organised a forum for liaison officers and training officials in various departments of the Ministry of Interior, with the aim of discussing the latest training developments in the ministry and the plan for 2020.
The forum was attended by the Head of the institute’s Scientific Board Colonel Mohamed SaadAman, department heads, members of the training and the administrative staff of the institute.
Director of the Police Training Institute Major Ali Saud al Hanzab said that the forum, which is a prelude to the preparations for the start of the 2020 training season, stems from the institute’s keenness to continue effective communication with all departments to develop the training process in the ministry.
The forum will review the accomplishments in the field of training at the ministry as well as the training plan at workplace, compulsory courses and the regulations for hiring certified trainers to deliver courses.
The Head of Assessment and Trainees’Affairs at the Police Training Institute Captain Abdullah Jumaa al Kubaisi made a presentation on the training plan for 2020. The plan features training projects according to the requirements of the 2022 World Cup.
The plan focuses on courses aimed at raising the level of security performance, implementing foundation and qualifying courses (associated with promotions) and abolishing training at workplace, except in cases where it is essential.
Meanwhile, the General Administration of Civil Defenceorganised an educational course for workers in the field of fire protection under the title ‘Firefighting Principles’, with the aim of raising their efficiency in using firefighting methods and tools.
A number of administrators and firefighting employees participated in the course, which was held in City Center Shopping Mall. Private security men received special training on quick evacuation exercise to avert injuries and stampede.
First Lieutenant Abdulhadi Ali al Marri from the Preventive Information and Education Department of the General Administration of Civil Defence said that the course seeks to enable trainees to tackle fire in a commercial centre.