The Institute of Manuscripts and the Revival of Islamic Heritage at Umm Al-Qura University, in cooperation with the Institute of Consulting Research and Studies, and the Deanship of E-Learning and Distance Education and the College of Arabic Language, has concluded the Foundational Course on the Principles of the Verification of Heritage. The course, which was held remotely, lasted for four days with a total of ten hours of training, during which the trainer, Prof. Hasan Al-Othman, provided a comprehensive presentation and samples of the materials of the training package.
The Dean of the Institute, Dr. Saeed Al-Ghamdi, explained that the course witnessed the active participation of the students in general, and those interested in the field of verification in particular from the different countries of the Islamic world. Attendance reached 2,141 trainees, and the number of beneficiaries was more than 3,700 from 42 countries around the world.
The Vice Dean of the Institute of Manuscripts and the Revival of Islamic Heritage and the supervisor of the course, Dr. Muhammad Al-Omari, stressed the keenness of the institute to provide its various services to seekers of knowledge and those interested in the methods through which they can make them reach the largest segment of beneficiaries locally and internationally, in order to achieve the university's mission of serving Islamic heritage.
The course reflected the outstanding image of integration between the various parties inside the university. The executive team of the course included 18 academic, technical, and administrative staff members representing the authorities involved in preparing and implementing the course. Finally, Dr. Muhammad praised the support and care given by His Excellency the UQU President, Prof. Abdullah Bafail, and the Vice President of the University for Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research, Prof. Abdul-Wahhab Al-Resini.