EMTI delegation makes an introductory visit to Ashbal Al Quds Private Secondary School for Boys & Girls
Elite Management Training Institute, the Abu Dhabi based leading education institution in the provision of quality and distinguished training, has recently made an introductory visit to Ashbal Al Quds Private Secondary School for Boys & Girls, which is one of the most important schools in Abu Dhabi.
The Institute delegation met Ms. Oumayya Abdulhafidh and requested her to schedule an appointment that is convenient for both parties to introduce EMTI to the students and acquaint them with its activities and training courses, especially the IELTS certificate, which is a prerequisite for student enrollment at universities inside and outside the state.
At the request of the Institute, and considering the interests of its students, the School Management was of the view that the thirteenth of November 2014 would be the right time to hold a seminar in which a delegation from EMTI would meet with the school girls to introduce the Institute to them and acquaint them with its activities, objectives, and training courses, a move for which we thank the School Management very much.
The seminar was attended by the Institute delegation headed by Ms. Wafa Moussa, Academic Director of EMTI, who saves no effort in disseminating the knowledge out of her awareness of the importance of the message conveyed by EMTI for the future generations that constitute the bright hope of the future. The School Management represented Ashbal Al Quds in the bilateral meeting which was attended by more than 116 students from Secondary 3 grade. The Institute delegation presented many points that concern these students, who are about to set foot in university life, and discussed the requirements and prerequisites they would need to fulfill and take into account, at the forefront of which comes the IELTS certificate, and learn about the best way to get it from a trusted Institute that holds an international accreditation authorizing it to confer this very important certificate.
Ms. Wafa Moussa has expressed her delight with the visit by saying, “When knowledge prominence and cultural dissemination are involved, we ought to forget how tired we felt and the amount of efforts we made, as we already know that this generation is able to achieve excellence, creativeness, and success in all areas of life while well armed with science and knowledge in the first place, in addition to the tools that would help them reach this stature with our help and guidance.”