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QatarDebate hosts online training workshop for Tunisian arbitrators

QatarDebate hosts online training workshop for Tunisian arbitrators

Tribune News Network
Doha
QatarDebate Center, a member of Qatar Foundation (QF), recently organised an online training workshop, ‘Basics of Arbitration’, aimed at preparing arbitrators in Tunisia.
The event saw the participation of 25 trainees, mostly former debaters with no formal training in arbitration.
The workshop, presented by the centre’s debate instructors Mohamad Salman Ali and Nadia Darwish, was held on the WebEx platform. As part of the workshop, a practical proposal was made to ensure the quality of the arbitration of the participants by defining a debate and attaching some of its questions in terms of justifying the result, selecting the winning team and determining the grades.
It was sent to all the participants, and they met at the end of June in order to
discuss the debate, analyse it and listen to their justifications.
Care was taken to provide practical training to ensure that the participants apply the content of the workshop as well as to enrich the dialogue between them and give them the opportunity to experience the arbitration as a preliminary step to the arbitration in official tournaments.
Trainer Darwish said, “The workshop aimed to train debaters to arbitrate in local tournaments in Tunisia and develop their arbitration skills by participating in workshops and special practical trainings.”
In addition, it aimed at assessing the level of participants to develop their capabilities and work to meet their needs in order to achieve greater quality.
Mahdi Al-Adhari expressed his happiness at joining the workshop. He said: “The workshop helped me gain a lot of new knowledge related to debating. Although I am a proficient instructor in debating, I feel for the first time that I have gone a lot deeper in the field of arbitration, which directly affects the debaters. The workshop will contribute to improving my performance as an arbitrator, whether in the field of evaluating speech or providing feedback.”
A participant trainer, Munther Al-Yousifi, said: “My evaluation of the workshop will combine the material and the methodology. In terms of the material, the introduction was rich and appropriate to the first level of arbitration. In terms of methodology, the submitted material was progressively chained and supported by realistic examples from previous debates with commenting on the most important points in numbering and repetition.”
He praised QatarDebate’s trainers with high experience and professionalism, highlighting good ability to clarify ideas in different ways and answer queries.

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