Amman- 8 January 2019

On Thursday, January 3, 2019, in the presence of the President of the German Jordanian University (GJU), Prof. Manar Fayyad, Vice President Dr. Atef Kharabsheh, faculty members and administrators, GJU celebrated the graduation of its employees who completed the senior and middle senior management courses.

The senior management course consisted of (60) hours provided by (10) members of the School of Management and Logistic Sciences (SMLS), while the middle-senior management course consisted of (30) hours provided by (5) members of SMLS.

Fayyad pointed out that GJU ensures the development of the administrative staff by providing specialized training courses in all fields continuously. She cleared that the aim of these training courses is to raise the efficiency and productivity of the employees.

The Dean of SMLS, Dr. Malek Alsharairi explained that the courses were designed to create an interactive platform between the trainers and the employees for better extraction of knowledge exchange and best practices.

The subjects covered in the senior management course, the administrative process, planning, organization, direction, control, analysis of problems methods of scientific research, work pressures, and time management, while the middle-senior management course included subjects on the management of meetings, evaluation of individual and institutional performance, preparation of budget and tables of formations and total quality management.

The Director of the Human Resources Department, Mahmoud Irbaihat said that the Department is currently working in cooperation with the Consulting and Training Center (CTC) at GJU and SMLS on developing a comprehensive training plan for all GJU’s staff in their field of work for further development and skills enrichment.

Employees Mohammad Al Shra’a and Aya Al Aofi addressed through their speeches the importance of the courses and their positive reflection on their work.

At the end of the ceremony, Fayyad handed the graduation certificates to the participants.