Emirates Association For Talent discusses a number of development programs and proposals that supports its goals.
His Excellency Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Deputy Chief of Police and Public Security in Dubai, and the president of the Emirates Association For Talent, chaired the Board of Directors meeting, which was held at the Dubai Police Officers Club. H.E. Major General Engineer Waleed Al-Mannai, the General Manager of the Local and Federal Development and Innovation in the Office of the Deputy Chief of Police and Public Security in Dubai, H.E. Dr. Mansour Al-Awar, Vice President of the Association, Munira Safar, Secretary General, Dr. Saif Al-Jabri, Treasurer, and Lieutenant Colonel Zaid Al-Sabouni, Media Adviser to the Association and many other directors and honorary members attended the meeting.
During the meeting, the previous agenda were reviewed, and the minutes of the previous meeting were approved.
Dr. Mansour Al-Awar, Vice President of the Association, presented a proposal for a program entitled “Reverse Engineering”, which is a process that relies on re-analyzing a specific product or system to understand how it works, with the aim of creating an exact copy of it or improving the product or system.
They discussed the ways of cooperation and exchange of experiences with Emirates Scholar Research Center for Studies and Research, and to benefit from the research and innovative studies available at the center. The center, which supports the goals of the association in adopting talented people and developing their abilities.
It was also proposed to adopt the sixth day of May every year as a day for Emirati Talent, and to issue the periodical magazine of the association (Mawhiba Watan Magazine). And finally, they presented the reports of the next General Assembly meeting (administrative and financial reports).