Abu Dhabi Ports institute hosts special courses
Abu Dhabi, December 15, 2013
Abu Dhabi's Ports Security Institute hosted five specialised one-week courses recently.
About 80 officials completed the courses which included ‘Crisis Management’, ‘Aviation and Airports Security Management’, ‘Monitoring and Inspection using Standard Machines,’ and two courses in ‘Detection and Security Inspection using computer based simulation training (CBT).
Speaking at the garduation ceremony, Colonel Matar Ahmed Al Muhairi, director of the institute, said that training police staff members embodied the Abu Dhabi Police’s strategy to qualify its human cadre according to international-best standards with a view to maintain pace with developments across all departments and sectors in the State.
He stated that the Abu Dhabi Police focused on acquainting the courses’ participants with the latest developments achieved by police agencies in developed countries, through highly-skilled lecturers and foreign experts.
“They received training in various areas of policing and security work to enhance their career skills,” added Al Muhairi.
He called upon them to show loyalty, dedication and perseverance in the service of their country. - TradeArabia News Service
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