Educational training dedicates to support the mission of the universities by expanding and improving experiences that prepare the students and teachers to thrive in a diverse environment. We are committed to promoting diversity by increasing awareness of and valuing the di?erences among the prospective and current leaders. As the region continues to grow and businesses expand, we are seeing huge competition for new talent and a focus on improvement in learning, which in turn is putting a spot light on all educational sectors.
Looking globally, the best practices are those that develop talent, growth and innovation. Increasingly, therefore, the emphasis is on executing talent, whether it is students sourcing, screening, assessment or training, necessary for achieving organizational acceleration and business goals. Educational Summit acts as a catalyst to enable all students and teachers to contribute at optimum levels towards the success of the university. We aspire to build partnerships with management at all levels of the organization to create a campus culture that values all students and teaching staffs.
“The current higher education to employment system needs continuous improvement for employers and graduates to match expectations with real situation. Data from various surveys make it clear that the expectations of employers in Bahrain are not being met by graduates and, similarly, graduates feel that the higher education sector has not prepared them for the labor market. The system is not producing graduates with the key employability skills that are demanded, which include problem solving, critical thinking, communication skills, teamwork, numeracy and mental speed.
The Secretariat General of the Higher Education Council-Ministry of Education is conducting a survey to better understand these issues. The survey is a project of the National Higher Education Skills & Innovations Steering Committee, which is composed of leading figures from the educational sector, the research sector, the government sector, and the private sector, with the goal of improving coordination between employers and the education sector”
THE SECRETARIAT GENERAL OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION COUNCIL
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION – KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN
Education in Kingdom of Bahrain is changing to better prepare students for careers. The country is splitting secondary education into two tracks, unified and vocational. The unified track is aimed more at university preparation while the vocational track is meant to prepare students for technical careers directly after finishing school.
Bahrain education is going under huge reform initiatives seeking to develop the education system at all levels and will begin with four main initiatives:
To ensure that Kingdom educational sectors can compete at the global stage, additional strategies need to be put in place to plug the skills gap of the workforce
Bahrain is moving towards implementing the new education system or the future structure of education in Bahrain, which is more flexible as the student can obtain one of the provided tracks at the secondary level namely Unified Track or Vocational Track. The students that who will select the Unified Track can obtain one of the following division: Science, Literary and Commercial .The students who will select the Vocational Education Track either to obtain Technical stream which is divided into applied or technical vocational or to obtain the apprenticeship program .The new structure will give the all the graduate the opportunity to continue their further study or to join the labor market, specially the technical school graduate as they faced difficulty if they want to obtain higher certificate.
Bahrain has one of the most developed education systems in the Gulf and has recently made strong advances in the use of information technology in schools, due to the advanced educational system. King Hamad bin Khalifa Al Khalifa introduced a new king of project, named King Hamad Schools of Future. This project aims to connect and link all schools within the kingdom of internet and introduce the idea of education everywhere.
Each research group specializes in at least one target area of research, while researchers and teachers are free to participate in several groups and work in a range of focus areas. Professors and research group leaders are responsible for building mutual connections between the focus research areas of the Faculty.
This program is developed for senior-level professionals involved in Training, Learning & Development at a strategic and decision-making level, such as:
The aim of Learning and Development in Education is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational ?elds with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. The L&D invites professors, authors, students that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation.
Learning and Development in Schools and Higher Education disseminates original, research informed writing on the connections between teacher learning and professionalism in schools and higher education. Global in their coverage, the texts deal with the problems and practices of the ?eld in di?erent national and international cultural, policy and practice contexts. The methodology employed encompasses a broad spectrum of conceptual, theoretical, philosophical and empirical research activities. The series explicitly encompasses both the ?elds of schools and higher education.
Every professional career can bene?t from continuing education that helps them stay sharp and develop new skills. When students receive professional development, it bene?ts in long-run.
Learning and Development helps students as well as teachers to keep their skill sets fresh and learn new skills. The science of teaching constantly ?nds new ways to get through to students, but that’s not the only reason learning and development is important for students, also need to be able to prepare students to succeed in a changing world, need to be able to teach students how to use emerging technologies, how to navigate evolving workplaces, how to communicate e?ectively and how to think critically and solve problems. The more learning and development students get, the more likely students are to succeed.
There are numerous reasons why Business Schools should invest in learning and development. Some of these include:
KES-2019 gives opportunity not only for researchers and scientists, but also for professors, lecturers, students and experts. Reasons to attend the learning and development conclave:
Attending conferences, especially the national ones, gives you the chance to listen to different points of view and learn new ideas and trends in your field. They also provide you with new techniques, new types of equipment, data that is yet to be published, and investigators that you may not have heard of. Conferences are priceless chances to sharpen your saw by learning new skills in a di?erent environment.
Conferences are great opportunities to connect with attendees from different perspectives and views, learn from them, make new relationships, and strengthen existing ones. Conferences pave the way for scienti?c cooperation by meeting and connecting with researchers from different places. They also help in cooperating collective research projects such as edited books, special issues in peer-reviewed journals or funding applications.
Attending the conference will make you a known figure in academic circles, not to mention the benefits for your resume as it will create an impression that you are an active member of the academic community. In addition, this conference will allow organizations, experts, stakeholders and policymakers to communicate with researchers with innovative approaches and benefit from these relations in their businesses.