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Abu-Ghazaleh Patronizes the Graduation of ‘Fighting Digital Illiteracy’ 1st Trainers Batch in Lebanon

Abu-Ghazaleh Patronizes the Graduation of ‘Fighting Digital Illiteracy’ 1st Trainers Batch in Lebanon

BEIRUT
– Under the patronage of HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, founder and chairman of
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global), the first batch of trainers of ‘Fighting
Digital Illiteracy’ training course have graduated. The course took place at
the recently inaugurated ‘Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Station’ in the Lebanese
National Library under the
auspices of Lebanon’s Minister of Culture, Judge Mohamad Al Mortada, in
cooperation with MENA EdTech Alliance in Lebanon.

During
the course, the twenty participants were introduced to various topics,
including training management methods, skills of choosing course titles to
achieve the desired goals of improving work efficiency and productivity and
finding qualified staff in addition to others, presented by trainer Ms. Nora
Al-Murabi, vice-president of the Alliance for International Partnerships and
Relations coordinator.

During
the graduation ceremony, Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh expressed his appreciation for the
trainers, and he highly praised their keenness to activate the knowledge
stations that have been recently opened in Lebanon, supported by TAG.Global, to
serve Lebanon’s communities in fighting digital illiteracy. That is in addition
to implementing the Digital Transformation Strategy approved by the Lebanese
Government through the agreements previously signed with TAG.Global. 

For
her part, Trainer Al-Murabi extended her pride in giving training to the first
batch of trainers, marking the start of activation of the TAG knowledge
stations that have been opened during this year in Lebanon, while their number
is expected to double before the end of 2022. Inaugurating TAG knowledge
stations in Lebanon comes as part of TAG.Global’s approach to serving the
Lebanese society in various regions by delivering ‘fighting digital illiteracy’
courses and other specialized professional courses in accounting, auditing,
marketing, management, translation and others.

Certificates
of attendance were given to participants in the presence of Dr. Fawaz Kabbara,
Minister of Culture’s Advisor, and Dr. Rabie Baalbaki, the MENA EdTech Alliance
President. In addition to representatives of the Lebanese University and
private universities, civil society organizations as well as a number of
Lebanese media professionals.

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