A series of six interactive live webinars aimed at enlightening educators on the fundamentals of learning during and post the pandemic set off on Tuesday. The webinars series, titled The New Normal, will be conducted weekly for education professionals and principals across the Middle East.
The Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Washington, DC presented an exclusive webinar titled “View from the mission in DC, US-UAE Commercial Landscape, Updates Related to COVID-19” to the collective leadership and members of the AmCham Dubai and AmCham Abu Dhabi.
Aimed at creating awareness about Parasports in the country, the webinar sessions were hosted and organised by the Paralympic Committee of India.
A panel of agriculture scientists and farming community advocates, including a local government official, said no one would get hungry if fully supported were the interest of farmers to sustainably provide healthy produce for consumers who ought to be educated on their healthy food requirements.
The Dubai Autism Centre (DAC) organised a webinar entitled “Introduction to Pivotal Response Training (PRT)”, conducted by the DAC Autism Programme Head, Nicholas Orland, on a Facebook live broadcast to target the widest possible segment of parents and professionals working in the special education sector.
A human resources specialist and registered psychometrician in Abu Dhabi believes that while crises and opportunities are partners, there are the “Three C’s” helpful to make one press on and move forward for better employability or even chances for entrepreneurship.
A webinar organised by the national Olympic committee will kick off at 10am on Sunday to discuss the future of national and international Olympic movement after COVID-19.
Sharjah Public Library (SPL), an affiliate of the Sharjah Book Authority (SBA), will host a series of four expert-led virtual sessions in August on topics that range from human development and self-development to culture and education, moderated by Rama Muhana.
Domestic and eco-tourism like educational health-filled farm visits will help revive an industry blown up by the Novel Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic due to worldwide lockdowns as well as travel limitations and restrictions.