Training and Development Division

Training and Development Division consists of a wide range of sectors, including:

  • A branch for planning and designing training programs
  • A branch for monitoring and evaluating training programs
  • A branch to monitor the implementation of training programs
  • A branch for developing training techniques
  • A branch for vocational, technical, and rehabilitation training


Training and Development Division has certain objectives, including:

• Contribute to building individuals and organizations.
• Improving the quality of the educational process and functional productivity.
• Providing trainees with skills, knowledge, and behavior etiquette.
• Participation in evolving sustainable development to achieve national visions.
• Building partnerships between the public, private, and governmental sectors.

The strategic orientation of all branches will establish a training center or academy for vocational and technical rehabilitation training. To work in training, qualification, and preparation of cadres capable of entering the labor market and filling the gap in industries and handicrafts (carpenter – barber – plumber – hairdresser – mechanical – electrical – etc.) Its mission is to provide training opportunities for young people of both genders while obtaining official certificates that qualify, professionalize and specialize them in their professions, then help provide them with job opportunities or assist them in opening their small project in cooperation with the concerned authorities.
Since the union has been established with the aim of benefiting and assisting specific groups of society, it holds a responsibility to society to achieve that benefit.

It is not possible to achieve that goal without continuous review of its main axes:
1. Manpower.
2. Financial resources.
3. Administration.

As the workforce is the main focus of success among the other axes, we must train and develop them. That is because the repercussions of developing the workforce appear clear on the beneficiaries of the services of the union. The most important focus to measure the success of the union is the rehabilitation of the beneficiaries and their transfer from the stage of need to the subsistence phase. It becomes clear that training and qualification are two sides of the same coin which can be called community development.
Training is considered a strategic choice for any party looking to prepare human cadres capable of meeting the needs of work and the rapid developments that occur in its fields. Keeping up with in-service training is of great importance due to the new knowledge and skills that the employee requires in his profession, or through his acquaintance with the best solutions to the problems he faces while practicing his profession, increasing his ability to perform his work and helps him to avoid mistakes. Thus, reaching the desired level of advancement and progress.
The Federation has a very wide network of the best trainers in the world, all of whom are to be cooperated within all required fields, locally and internationally, and in all languages.