The Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MOEHE) announced the launch of a program to develop the skills of public school leaders, where the training begins on Sept. 24, 2023, and continues until Feb. 2024.
Director of the Training and Development Center at the MOEHE Iman Salman Al Mohannadi said that MOEHE, specifically the Training and Development Centre, is working to develop the skills of all members of the educational field to achieve the Qatar National Vision 2030 and the Human Development Pillar.
Al Mohannadi stressed the importance of the role of school leadership in improving student learning and creating a school environment conducive to learning, adding that the idea of the program emerged to train a number of school leaders in cooperation with the Qatar Leadership Center (QLC) and Harvard University, one of the most prestigious universities in the United States of America.
She explained that the program targets Qatari principals and academic deputies of both genders in 45 primary, middle and secondary government schools. The training modules were designed and prepared at Harvard University and will be presented by a group of lecturers, including the head of the Harvard Graduate School of Studies.
She stated that the program will provide field educational experiences and 7 training modules, of which five will be offered in the State of Qatar and two in the United States of America. The trainee will receive a certificate (without a degree) from Harvard University.
In a statement to Qatar News Agency , Director of the Training and Development Center at the MOEHE Iman Salman Al Mohannadi stressed the importance of the program to develop the skills of government school leaders in the State of Qatar in cooperation with the QLC, which targets categories of Qatari government school leaders of both genders, a Principal and Deputy Academic.
She noted that the program will begin in Sept. 2023 and end in Feb. 2024, and one of its objectives is to develop the skills of school leaders and some concepts about human resource management and improve learning outcomes.
Source: Qatar News Agency