As part of the university efforts to serve the community and within the framework of the initiative launched by the university to offer 90 training courses to celebrate the 90th national day, a course was conducted by the Deanship of Community Service and Continuous Education (DCSCE) on Certificate in IT Skills (CIT). The 3-month program with a total training hours of 80 targets employees of general security, education and health whose efforts to fight the pandemic were notable.
Dr. Omar al-Sharyofi, dean of DCSCE, pointed out that this comes as part of other programs targeting public personals. By next week, the office management course will be provided which will last for 3 months with a total training hours of 72 followed by the Easy English Course as well as other courses.
Dr. al-Sharyofi added that basically these programs were planned for public employees who live in governorates located within the university geographical area, then general security personals were included as a recognition of their role in serving the nation.
These program come at the request of MU rector, Dr. Khalid al-Muqren, who required regular reports about the progress of these programs, and the follow-up of the vice-rector, Prof. Musallam al-Dosari.