ADP Inquire about Scholarship Students and Trainees in Japan
A delegation from the Specialized Qualification Department at Abu Dhabi Police recently visited trainees and scholarship students enrolled in a number of universities in Japan. This falls in line with the regular visits carried out by the department, in coordination with the Police Attaché Office in Japan in order to check on their educational and living conditions abroad and provide them with all means of comfort during their training period.
A forum has been organized for Abu Dhabi Police GHQ’s trainees and scholarship students affiliated to some of the country’s authorities in order to check on their training and living conditions in the host country. The forum also aims to inform students of the latest developments and changes in the training systems at the Specialized Qualification Department, and to encourage them to complete their training process with perseverance and excellence.
Captain Ali Juma’a Al Zaabi, Chief of the Rehabilitation and Training Section said: “The ADP delegation, accompanied by a delegation from the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and the Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC), also visited a number of prestigious Japanese universities to get acquainted with the various disciplines available that would serve police work. They also reviewed the facilities provided by these universities to attract trainees, and the services provided that ensure a suitable academic environment and achieve the ADP GHQ’s priority that aims to make the best investment in human resources”.
The visit also included the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in the capital city Tokyo, in order to get acquainted with the latest initiatives, programs, and disciplines offered therein; especially the program, which aims at introducing the various disciplines in English to attract additional trainees from around the world.