News 2013
The Launch of the Specialist Center for Professional Training of Teachers in Oman

Yesterday June 2nd, 2014 was the launch of the Specialist Center for professional training of teachers in Oman. The launch ceremony was held under the patronage of His Excellency the Minister of the Royal Court of Oman and Chairman of the Board of Education Khalid bin Hilal bin Saud Al Busaidi and in the presence of Dr. Madiha Ahmad Hebanah, the Minister of Education of Oman.

The General Manager of CADER, Dr. Muhyieddeen Touq attended the launch since CADER has started working closely with the Omani Ministry of Education on the establishment of the Specialist Center that is envisioned to be a center of excellence for professional educators in Oman and the region. This is a two-year-project that started in September 2013 and will end in 2015.

The Center offers high quality modern training programs that are characterized with continuous support through formal training and follow-up, eLearning and workplace components. These programs will be accredited from international educational institutions.CADER is in charge of the two-year-High Education Programs for the teachers of science, math and Arabic as well as the preparation of a team of qualified Omani trainers for the Academy who will be enabled to design, implement and evaluate all Academy programs in the future.

Dr. Muhyieddeen Touq met with a number of Center trainers and listened to their feedbackon their experience in training and their achievements. The trainers thanked CADERfor the high quality of its TOT and diploma programs, coaching and training materials that CADER provided for them.

CADER Starts work on a New USAID-Funded Project for Remedial Education for Early Grades

April 13th, 2014

CADER was awarded a new USAID-funded professional development project that will be implemented over the coming 20 months in conjunction with RTI as the main contracting company. USAID Jordan and the Jordan Ministry of Education have asked RTI to conduct a pilot remedial education project for the early grades in Jordan. The purpose of this activity is to assist the MOE with remedial education pilot activities in 40 pilot intervention schools and 20 control schools that include the holding of development of diagnostic tool workshops, training of coaches and teachers, workshops, pilot remedial education intervention activities in schools, learning dissemination and policy dialogue workshops. Work on the project will start in April 2014 and finish in November 2015.

CADER and Perspectivity Sign a Collaboration Agreement

November 13th, 2013

CADER and Perspectivity signed a joint agreement yesterday to organize and hold leadership professional development courses for the business sector. The agreement was signed by CADER’s General Manager Dr. MuhyieddeenTouq and Dr. Han Rakels on part of Perspectivity. Through their collaboration both parties aspire to provide the latest leadership programs that cater to the rapidly changing needs in the business sector in the 21st century

End of Arab Bank VPs “Inspiring Leaders and Talented Followers” Training

November 12, 2013

Twenty two Arab Bank VPs across all the bank’s departments in Jordan and the region have taken part in thenovel leadership training that CADER and Perspectivity are jointly offering in Jordan and the region. The training which was led by Han Rakels from Perspectivity in cooperation with NadeenDaoud from CADER was held at the Landmark Hotel and lasted for three consecutive days. The participants expressed their interest in the training; “First leadership program we attend that is authentic, practical, applies to our workplace and relates to us as leaders.” It is worth mentioning that CADER has earlier submitted a proposal through the Embassy of The Netherlands in Jordan to design and implement a unique training program in Jordan that aims at developing the certain competences of the business sector. CADER was awarded the funding for the program through The Netherlands Fellowship Programs (NFP) from Nuffic (The Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education). The program targets middle and upper management in companies or organizations. It emanates from CADER’s experience in the field of education which it reflected and customized to the business sector with the leadership and assistance of Perspectivity’s advanced expertise in the field of business leadership and entrepreneurship. The new program aims at developing managers' competences, skills and attitudes to enable them to lead and inspire their followers, develop their global awareness in addition to supporting leaders to meet the 21st century challenges of sustainability and innovation. This is the second time CADER and Perspectivity implement this program in Jordan, the first having taken place in May and June earlier this year with a group of 20 participants from six organizations in Jordan. 

CADER Starts a New Training Project in Collaboration with UNICEF

11 November 2013

In collaboration with UNICEF, CADER started yesterday the implementation of the first training program in a multi program project that spans over a period of one year. The project aims at training the teachers, principals and a group of Jordanian Ministry of Education (MOE) employees who work directly with Syrian refugees in camp schools and hosting communities. The project aims at providing a safe learning and interactive environment for Syrian students. The project includes onsite support at the camps provided by CADER’s experienced Master Trainers over one academic year 2013/2014 to coach and support the Jordanian teachers and their Syrian colleagues working in these schools with the aim of helping them to provide the best support possible for Syrian students to adapt and learn in their schools. It is worth mentioning that CADER will train about 3,100 teachers, principals and MOE employees under this project.

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