The College of Business and Administration College presented in the Human Resources Management Department Club organized a visit to Nafisa Shams Academy on Monday, October 9, 2023, under the supervision of Dr. Nadra Tawfiq, for the
(HR Development course )
from the Human Resources Management Department.
The educational trip included a comprehensive tour about Nafisa Shams Company, Nafisa Shams Academy, and the Women Entrepreneurship Incubator. During which, the female students were introduced to the production line of carpets, textiles and various products that are produced by female human resources who were trained under the supervision of the academy. The visit concluded with an in-depth explanation of the skills required by the current labor market, which are refined in the academy through training female human resources to be specialized in different sectors required by the labor market.
The students expressed their happiness at the existence of such an academy that works to empower, qualify and train women for the labor market.
The Dean of the College of Business Administration, Associate Professor Dr Haneen Mohammad Shoaib, expressed her thanks to Dr Nadra for the exceptional organization of the trip as well as thanking Nafisa Shams Academy for the generous hosting of the students of the University of Business and Technology, which is keen on this type of educational trips that aims to develop students knowledge and to acquire various high-quality skills.
The College of Business Administration presented in the “Accounting Department” hosted Mr. Taher Kapasi – Region Head of Education, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Middle East, as a guest speaker, who delivered a ACCA workshop about professional certificates which was well received by the students.
He revealed in his presentation the importance of the Accounting and Finance professional certificate in Saudi Arabia and the promising future for the UBT students in this field, providing students with insights into the world of ACCA, its benefits, and the numerous opportunities it opens up in the accounting and finance sector.
He covered important topics such as the ACCA qualification structure, the global recognition and reputation of ACCA, the career pathways it offers, and the support resources available to students.
The Dean of the College of Business Administration, Associate Professor Dr Haneen Mohammad Shoaib, thanked the fabulous efforts exerted by the Head of the Accounting department Dr Ahmed Qotob, in ensuring to bridge the gap between academia and practice.