“Abu-Ghazaleh” Concludes ToT & Scientific Research Courses at Queen Rania Al Abdullah Hospital for Children
AMMAN – Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global) concluded ‘Training for Trainees’ (ToT) and Scientific Research courses organized in collaboration with the Professional Development Center at Queen Rania Al Abdullah Hospital for Children.
During the graduation ceremony, attended by Director General of the Queen Rania Al Abdullah Hospital for Children Brigadier General Dr. Adel Wahadneh and TAG.Global Education and Youth Consultant Mr. Fadi Al Daoud, Wahadneh welcomed the attendees and expressed his appreciation for TAG.Global’s exerted efforts in holding these courses that contribute to capacity building and qualifying human resources.
The course was held in accordance with the signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) between TAG.Global and the Royal Medical Services (RMS) represented by Queen Rania Al Abdullah Hospital for Children with the aim of cooperation in providing specialized training and consulting services through the knowledge station which was established at the Hospital premises by TAG.Global.
Previously, an agreement was signed at the King Hussein Medical Center to establish the first knowledge center at a medical institution in collaboration between the Royal Medical Services and TAG.Global under the patronage of HRH Princess Sana’a Asem with the aim of improving medical educational methods and techniques to keep abreast of the latest advancement in this field.
For his part, Daoud commended the RMS for their efforts and high level of professionalism affirming TAG.Global’s pride in the partnership, and expressed TAG.Global’s readiness for more joint projects.
At the end of the ceremony, certificates were given to participants in the presence of a host of RMS officers and a number of TAG.Global mangers represented by the knowledge stations team in addition to Mr. Ala’a Yasin, TAG.Global Human Resources Executive Director.
It is worthy to mention that the Hospital knowledge station is equipped with 20 TAGITOP devices, a free internet line and the required educational toolkit.