DLD offers job vacancies and training courses at ‘Careers UAE 2017’ fair
Dubai Land Department (DLD) has put its slogan – ‘Moving Towards a Successful Career’ – into action on the second day of its participation in the 17th edition of the ‘Careers UAE 2017’ fair, by providing free real estate scholarships for UAE nationals as well as a number of vacancies and training courses for young job seekers.
In line with the ‘Year of Giving 2017’ announced by the President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, DLD is participating at ‘Careers UAE 2017’ held this year until 11th April under The Dubai Government Unified Platform at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Zabeel Hall No. 8, Platform No.10.
DLD has announced many career vacancies in the legal, engineering and administrative fields through its application [http://dubaicareers.ae], which presents applicants with both job details and DLD’s profile.
Fatima Buhannad, Director of the Human Resources Happiness Department at Dubai Land Department, commented, "We are delighted to have welcomed such a huge number of visitors, who have all shown an interest in the diverse opportunities that DLD offers job seeking Emirati youth. The number of applicants wishing to undertake the free real estate scholarships and training courses offered by the Dubai Real Estate Institute (DREI) has been particularly high. DLD has once again proven to be one of the most popular governmental destinations for hopeful employees, as it provides an incentive environment for young UAE nationals informed by its support of the national agenda of the ‘The Emiratisation Programme’."
Emirati youth will have access to advanced real estate sector courses provided by DREI, the educational arm of DLD, which constantly seeks to support, develop and equip young Emiratis to assume responsibilities in Dubai’s real estate market. DREI also announced that it is providing real estate scholarships for 20 to 25 applicants.
The list of programmes available to young job seekers includes the Real Estate Certified Diploma, Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR) and Real Estate Rehabilitation for Residents. Three other courses open to applicants are Certified Real Estate Brokerage Management (CRB), Certified Property Manager (CPM) and Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS).
Buhannad concluded, "DLD is constantly developing to keep pace with urban progress in Dubai and the comprehensive cultural renaissance that the UAE is experiencing as a result of the government’s ongoing initiatives. This development requires talent, so DLD is searching for nationals with the very best qualifications across various fields, who can take responsibility for developing services and applications aimed at providing high quality services that ensure customer happiness and convenience.
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