Training

Wednesday, October 2, 2019
AAUP Organizes a training course for its Students about “Cultural Initiatives Management and Teamwork”

Deanship of Students Affairs at AAUP organized a training course about Cultural Initiatives Management and Teamwork that targeted 35 students within 3 meetings.

Mr. Hazem Abu Helal gave the training course to the students from the Youth Partnership Forum of Art Center. The course topics was about how students can perform their initiatives within the needs of the Palestinian society, where students transform the ideas to reality, which enables them to enhance their capacity and empowerment, in addition to networking with other Palestinian universities and institutions.

Sunday, September 15, 2019
Part of the meeting

AAUP President Prof. Ali Abu Zuhri and VP of Training Affairs Dr. Nizam Diab, met with a group of students from faculty of allied medical sciences and faculty of IT and Engineering whom have received training opportunities in Arab Universities, along with the Dean of the Faculty of IT and Engineering Dr. Mujahid Alayat, Dean Assistant of Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences Dr. Mohammed Al-Jamal, and the Training Coordinator of Faculty of IT and Engineering Dr. Osama Al-Omari.

Where Prof. Abu Zuhri explored the training materials of the students, their training was held in Jordanian and Egyptian Universities, as he was introduction to the benefit of these trainings and assured to the importance of providing such trainings to enhance the student’s skills and personalities, furthermore to deepen the relations of exchange students and exchange experiences. Noting that the student that is sent for such training is an ambassador of his university with pride, where the university always seeks to provide the necessary support for its students.  

Tuesday, September 3, 2019
A Training Course in “Criminal Defense” for Lawyers at AAUP

AAUP hosted a training course organized by the International Legal Institution (ILF), entitled “Criminal Defense”, targeting a number of lawyers. The course duration was 4 days a total of 20 hours.

This course is part of the cooperation between the Faculty of Law at the University and the International Legal Institution where a cooperation agreement was signed between both parties regarding legal clinics, workshops and training courses targeting law graduates and its students.

The course aims to develop lawyer’s abilities in how to represent before the Palestinian regular courts concerning criminal matters. Where the course illustrates form the beginning as when the accused is arrested by the police, then appears before the courts, until the appeal cassation.

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