ELM signs Memorandum of Understanding with Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government

Agreement focuses on training, education, and leaders’ preparation
October 12, 2017 –ELM Company, a pioneer in business, learning, training, and digital solutions, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG) recently at the latter’s headquarters in Dubai, stating the cooperation between the organizations in the areas of training, education, leaders’ preparation, scientific research, and documentation and publication of the best governmental practices.

 

Dr. Nasir bin Zaid Almashary, Vice President of Training Solutions for ELM and Dr. Ali Sebaa Al Marri, CEO of the MBRSG signed the MoU which will focus on implementing key activities such as special trainings, research and studies, public events, exchange of experiences, and consultation and evaluation services.
Dr. Almashary noted that the partnership with MBRSG is a positive development for ELM having won the trust of one of the leading academic research institutions in the Arabic World specializing in government administration and public policy, and appreciated the School’s officials and Dr. Al Marri for their professionalism and wished the success of the cooperation of both parties. He added that this initiative comes within ELM’s efforts to expand its markets and share its unique expertise in the fields of learning and quality training, as well as other business solutions, government support, and digital products it provides to serve clients’ needs.
He further noted that the MoU is a valuable investment for both parties and the digital solutions company will endeavor to support the objectives of MBRSG in promoting government excellence in the UAE and the Arab World, and in honing future leaders through the help of ELM’s excellent capabilities in e-learning and training, in addition to secure electronic services, government-private sector connectivity services, and the development and delivery of e-services to many public and private sectors.
Dr. Ali Al Marri said: “The MoU with ELM spells a clear start for the MBRSG to enhance scientific research, training, and its education efforts throughout the region, especially in the areas of upgrading administrative structure for government work, for governance, as well as in creating an ideal platform for the exchange of knowledge for both parties and apply the best international practices. All of this will be implemented in a manner that ensures the growth of human resources specialized in public administration and capable of assuming leadership positions.”
Nadia Amanallah Kamali, Director of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships at MBRSG, added: “The partnership with ELM reflects the efforts of the two parties to consolidate the modern concept of management based on smart business solutions and digital services. We are glad that ELM, a pioneer company in this field, has joined us as a strategic partner of the School, to move forward with the design and implementation of special education and training programs. We also look forward to the development of new integrated programs in collaboration with the experts and specialists at ELM to keep abreast of the digital transformation process and the current and prospects of the labor market.”
ELM is considered a leading provider of innovative digital solutions, training and consulting solutions, and digital products. Furthermore, ELM possesses advanced expertise in the fields of process re-engineering and administrative support & outsourcing, in compliance with professional standards that meet the expectations of customers, and supervised by highly skilled and competent professionals. These qualifications make ELM a trusted organization by several prominent government and private institutions in the Middle East, owing it to the quality of its works which has earned it numerous recognition from prestigious international organizations.

 

Global Online Learning Industry

Global Online Learning Industry to Reach USD 325 Billion by 2025, says Study
Middle East market poised for strong growth with rising popularity of smart learning
Orient Planet Academy unveils new course dates for 2017
 
September 12, 2017 – A number of experts agree that the flourishing global e-learning industry is fast climbing, thanks to continuous advanced technological innovations, high modern skill demand in the market, and the need to update individual competencies for career advancement, among other factors. Market research firm Research and Markets predicts that the international online learning market will experience a compound annual growth rate of approximately 7.2 per cent and hit the USD 325- billion mark by 2025. The Middle East’s e-learning sector is picking up, with the regional industry fast gaining traction in light of the rising popularity of smart learning in this part of the world.
 
Orient Planet Academy (OPA), the first online Public Relations (PR) and Communications Academy in the Middle East, is one of the online academies catering to both aspiring and veteran PR and communications practitioners seeking world-class courses for self-development and skills improvement. Recently, the Academy revealed its upcoming course dates for the rest of 2017. Its new online classes will kick off on September 14, October 12, November 16, and December 7.
 
 
Nidal Abou Zaki, Managing Director, Orient Planet Group, said: “Online learning is definitely maturing and becoming more popular across the globe. Self-development and life-long learning are among the factors influencing the market’s exponential rise. With the increasing need for professionals with contemporary skills, many are now enrolling in globally recognized online courses that enable them to study at their own pace and at their most convenient time. These courses allow them to grow professionally, advance in their career, and be more competitive.”
 
According to Abou Zaki, OPA is attuned with contemporary learning needs as reflected by its internationally recognized PR and communications course offerings. With its new course dates now in place, OPA will proceed in addressing demand from PR and communications practitioners for programs that not only offer world-class training but also provide flexibility and balance. Interested students of all ages may register to any of OPA’s courses via its official website www.opacademy.com. OPA courses take 10 to 12 weeks to finish, with students required to complete one module every week and pass all requirements before a certificate is awarded.
 
The Academy offers Online Marketing and PR, Journalism, PR, English Grammar, and Diploma in Event Management courses taught by leading industry practitioners. Launched in 2014, Orient Planet Academy is a joint venture between Orient Planet Group and The Irish Academy of Public Relations. Orient Planet is one of the Middle East’s most rapidly growing PR, marketing and communications consultancies, while the Irish Academy is an international online education provider of courses in communications disciplines.