SCHS organises training program for HU’s students

  • Sunday 16, February 2020 04:21 PM
Sharjah24: The relationships of Sharjah City for Humanitarian Services (SCHS) internationally, regionally and locally witness a remarkable increase in line with its leadership and services provided to persons with disabilities in accordance with international best practices.
In this context, as part of activating the memorandum of cooperation signed between the SCHS and the Hashemite University of Jordan, the SCHS organizes, until the twenty-eighth of next April, a training program for a delegation of students of the Department of Special Education at the Hashemite University (HU).

Dr. Iman Al- Zboon, head of the Department of Special Education at the Hashemite University, confirmed that 7 of the Department's students will be trained in the SCHS’s programs.

The program contributes in developing the students' confidence, aiming to ensure providing them with new skills through direct interaction with students with disabilities that give them opportunities to learn how to deal with persons with disabilities.

Commenting on the visit, the Jordanian delegation’s head extended her sincere thanks to Sheikha Jameela bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, Vice President of Supreme Council for Family Affairs & Director General of SCHS, and Mona Abdul Karim Al Yafei, Director of SCHS, appreciating the warm reception and all measures that ensure the program’s success and achieve its goals.

Mona Abdul Karim Al Yafei has highlighted the importance of such visits, stressing on the significant importance of coordinating programs and conferences between the two sides aiming at fostering the exchange of experience and knowledge.

Al Yafei has expressed the SCHS’s keenness to enhance its cooperation with international, Arab and local institutions and bodies.

The Sharjah City for Humanitarian Services signed in October 2019 a memorandum of cooperation with the Hashemite University in order to achieve the joint vision between the two parties and improve the quality of services provided to persons with disabilities and develop cooperation in the academic, research, training and diagnostic fields.