The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority (ACTA) and the Qatar Finance and Business Academy (QFBA) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to provide annual training programmes and advisory projects that benefit the authority and its target entities.
HE the ACTA President Hamad bin Nasser al-Misnad and QFBA chief executive Dr Khalid al-Horr signed the MoU.
According to the MoU, the two parties will implement training programmes and advisory projects that are presented annually to candidates targeted by the authority and its departments in the government sector, with a focus on any additional support to the authority and stakeholders to enhance their capabilities through training and consultations.
Under the MoU, the QFBA will develop and implement several training programmes to organise the mechanism for preparing programmes submitted to the ACTA and prepare them according to the requirements of the training needs of the authority.
It also stipulates that the ACTA shall co-ordinate with the QFBA to provide any additional training course or workshop to ensure efficiency and quality in designing and delivering programme content by employing the latest tools and techniques from trainers and curricula.
HE the ACTA President expressed his pleasure to co-operate with the QFBA, and pointed out that this constructive co-operation aims to invest in human resources and develop the competencies of cadres in the authority.
The QFBA chief executive stressed that the MoU signing enhances bilateral co-operation between the two sides.
Al-Horr pointed to the academy's full readiness to meet the training requirements that enhance the role of the authority, and expressed his aspiration for the QFBA to strengthen efforts to prepare and develop training programmes in co-operation with the authority based on its pivotal role in supporting Qatar National Vision 2030.
He said that the QFBA possesses extensive and accumulated experiences of trainers, experts and consultants in training programmes and various advisory projects.