UAE: Appointing a trainee who proves his competence in government agencies

A parliamentary report revealed the intention of the Federal Authority for Governmental Human Resources, to conduct a study on best practices related to field training for new graduates of national cadres

A parliamentary report revealed the intention of the Federal Authority for Governmental Human Resources, to conduct a study on best practices related to field training for new graduates of national cadres, in coordination with the competent authorities, including the trend towards the possibility of applying accreditation to field training undertaken by graduates as part of the years of practical experience, within the approved systems in the federal government.

The report included five parliamentary proposals submitted by a member of the Federal National Council, Afraa Bakhit bin Hindi Al Aleeli, to the Minister of State for Governmental Development and the Future, Chairperson of the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources, Ohoud bint Khalfan Al Roumi, to develop mechanisms for training national cadres and qualifying them functionally in federal agencies, most notably the establishment of The federal authorities appoint a citizen graduate if he proves his worth according to what was agreed upon.

In the event that the appointment is not made, an experience certificate recognized by other governmental employers will be granted.