SHARJAH, 23rd January, 2023 (WAM) — The Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA) recently held a meeting to discussed its activities and objectives to realise its strategy for 2022–2024, as well as its 2022 performance indicator outcomes.
The meeting was chaired by Dr. Muhadtha Al Hashemi, Chairman of SPEA, in the presence of Ali Al Hosani, Director of SPEA, along with other directors, heads of departments and staff.
During the meeting, Dr. Al Hashemi emphasised the importance of utilising the major success factors identified during the second session in order to sustain the authority’s plan 2022-2024 and generate high-value outcomes.
For his part, Al Hosani said, “The authority wanted to make sure we were reviewing work efficiency and quality of performance, as well as being aware of any obstacles we might face as we move forward with developing plans and strategies to ensure we are able to adapt to new conditions, fulfil any necessary requirements, and reach our desired outcomes in terms of creating a world-class setting for education.”
The goal of the authority is to increase public trust in the services provided by the academic sector by doing things like offering proactive digital services and certifying and training educational cadres to meet future needs.