Training Department at the College of Community Service and Continuing Education started to provide the crowd management training course for Security Forces on Wednesday Jumada Al-Awal 21, 1439 H. The course will last for four months.
Meanwhile, the Dean of Community College and Continuing Education Prof. Khalid bin Yousef Barqawi expressed his happiness at the outstanding partnership made by the college with the different community sectors and institutions in the private and public sectors. He underlined the lasting keenness of the college for boosting this relation by the commitment to provide the best training services by such a mean of taking the advantage of the qualified cadres and the high expertise available in and outside the college.
For his part, the College Vice Dean for Programs and Activities who serves also as the acting Head of Training Department Dr. Nadir Abdul-Raziq expressed the college's pride for the confidence entrusted in it by its partners in the training process praising the diversification of partnerships with the government, military and private sectors in addition to the different categories of the community. He added that they are always very keen to boost and develop this relationship through the effective training programs designed basically to provide whatever upgrade efficiency and capacities of the human elements in our beloved country.
It should be noted that this program will be provided for about 30 trainees of the security forces in different fields including; English language, Persian language, effective communication skills, dealing with the audience skills, working under pressure skills, building work teams and crises management strategies.