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Ahmed bin Tahnoun attends graduation of third batch of Electronic Skills Programme

Pilot Staff Brigadier Sheikh Ahmed bin Tahnoun bin Mohammed Al Nahyan, Chairman of the UAE National Service and Reserve Authority, attended a ceremony, which was held at the Armed Forces Club and Hotel, to mark the graduation of the third batch of National Service recruits who were enrolled in the 'Electronic Skills Programme,' in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Polytechnic Experience Centre, a branch of the Institute of Applied Technology.
The ceremony was attended by Major General Saleh Mohammed Saleh Magran Al Ameri, Commander of the Land Forces, and Captain Pilot Sheikh Mohammed bin Sorour Al Nahyan.
The four-month programme is in implementation of a cooperation agreement signed by both sides, which aims to provide National Service recruits with professional training.
The Armed Forces, represented by the authority, drafted the joint training programme with the centre, with the aim of raising the technical awareness of the recruits, in line with the Abu Dhabi Plan 2030 that aims to train the recruits about artificial intelligence, AI, and the fourth industrial revolution.
A specialised team from the Information Security Engineering Department of Abu Dhabi Polytechnic was created to train the recruits on electronic skills, through the daily and weekly evaluations of eight graduation projects.

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