Umm Al-Qura University, represented by the Institute of Arabic Language for Non-Native Speakers and in cooperation with the Administration of Saudi Schools Abroad in the Ministry of Education, launched a training program for nearly 90 male and female teachers, delegated by the Ministry of Education to 15 countries: Russia, China, Hong Kong, Australia, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Maldives, Djibouti, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Morocco, Algeria, India, and Niger.
The Dean of the Institute, Prof. Hasan Bukhari, stated that the program comes within the package of training programs for the summer of 1442 A.H./2021 A.C. The program will be implemented by the institute to develop the capabilities of teachers sent to Saudi schools and educational missions outside the Saudi Kingdom. Moreover, the institute aims to raise the teachers' efficiency in carrying out the educational tasks entrusted to them by offering specialized training portfolios for teaching Arabic language skills to non-native speakers and for using technology in teaching languages, language culture, and in preparing educational materials. The training is provided by a distinguished group of the male and female teachers of the institute.
Prof. Bukhari stated that the academic partnership between the university, represented by the Institute of Arabic Language for Non-Native Speakers, and the Administration of Saudi Schools Abroad confirms the keenness and interest of the President of the University, Prof. Moaddi bin Muhammad Al Madh-hab, to promote whatever is needed to increase the quality of the university's outputs and extend its pioneering role in this field, and also employ the institute’s expertise in the field of training, which is provided by a selection of its specialized and qualified personnel.