Association signs memorandum of understanding with Saudi Electronic University to teach Arabic to non-native speakers
Media Center - Saudi Professional League Association
The Saudi Professional League association has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Saudi Electronic University, in order to learn and teach Arabic to non-native sports, technical and players, through the Arabic Online Program, through an exclusive and pioneering electronic curriculum, which coincides with the Kingdom's vision 2030, specifically the national personality enhancement program.
The Saudi Electronic University was represented in the signing, which took place at its headquarters on Wednesday noon (14/4/1441 H, 11/12/2019) and Prof. Dr. Ibrahim bin Abdul Aziz Al-Maaikal, Director of the University in charge, while the association represented Mesli Al Muammar, Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The five-year hijri agreement includes several areas of cooperation, including the establishment of a number of development programs, seminars and workshops for training in the use of modern IT programs and systems, the qualification of national cadres in this field, as well as the provision of digital content management courses through electronic platforms, the establishment of polling platforms on youth and sports issues, and the development of joint electronic programs to serve the community.
For his part, Prof. Dr. Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al-Ma'akel, Director of the Saudi Electronic University in charge, said that the University was keen to cooperate with the Saudi Professional League Association, out of its full belief in its role in the fields of community, youth and sports, in order to reach the best current practices to use available resources, exchange good practices, spread arab culture and promote the concept of knowledge and scientific exchange between our society and other societies, pointing out that the University through my program (Arabic Online Program) and (Arabic Language Test Program) Standard), has managed to benefit more than 16,000 students worldwide.
While Mesli Al Muammar, Chairman of the Saudi Professional League, confirmed that this agreement comes within the framework of the association's efforts to rehabilitate and develop all human resources in the association and clubs, and provide an educational, training and technical environment that encourages creativity and supports excellence, and focuses on the practical and practical aspect, in cooperation and partnership with Saudi community, youth and development institutions in various fields, in addition to establishing the concept of community and international partnership, and investing the best experiences to transfer them in the best ways and means, which reflects positively on the entire sports environment, which results in the results. Continued to achieve the outstanding results and gains of both Saudi football and sports.