The Qatar Financial Centre Authority (QFCA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Al Jazeera Media Institute to upskill the QFC executives and employees through specialised training programmes.

“This partnership with Al Jazeera Media Institute underscores the QFC’s commitment to the professional growth of our team. This collaboration aims to empower QFC staff in their career development by enhancing their media engagement and management skills,” said Yousuf Abdulla Fakhroo, chief marketing and corporate communications officer, QFC.

Eman al-Amri, director of Al Jazeera Media Institute, stressed the institute’s commitment to enhancing strategic co-operation with major Qatari entities to develop professional competencies.

“Signing of this MoU is a significant step forward to achieving our mission of empowering media professionals and developing the media industry in Qatar and the region. Through this co-operation, Al Jazeera Media Institute will provide high-quality and efficient media training to QFC personnel,” she said.

In addition to training, the MoU establishes a long-term partnership between the two parties, enabling co-operation in content production, advertising, documentary creation and media consultations.
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