Abu Dhabi: Rabdan Academy has revealed the Sustainable Security and Defense Professional Development program.
This program is designed for senior executives, professionals, and experts working in defense and security organizations throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nations.
The first courses of this program, which is set to start in February 2024 in Abu Dhabi, will involve senior leaders and security and defense experts from various GCC nations.
The program is designed to elevate the national strategic security and defense priorities of the GCC countries, encompassing Extremism and Critical National Security, Peacebuilding and Stability, Security and Defence Workforce Modernisation, GCC National Defence Priorities, Human Security, Policing and Justice Strategies, as well as Economy, Trade and Tourism.
The program covers contemporary leadership in security and defense, combating global terrorism, emergency management and incident command, business continuity management, military attaché and security advisory, operational policing, and crime and community management. It consists of a distinctive array of professional development courses focused on the security and defense sectors.
Highlighting the significance of this endeavor, Mr. James Morse, President of Rabdan Academy, emphasized its regional and global impact. He underscored the critical role of regional security in fortifying the national security of any country worldwide.
The academy’s design of this distinctive program reflects a professional, integrative, and comprehensive approach to realizing this vision.
The academy’s professional development programs hold extensive global accreditation from Pearson BTEC in the United Kingdom, the Global Innovation Institute, the ILM, as well as the National Open College Network (NOCN), among other local and international accrediting bodies. Actively participating in the European Foundation for Quality Management, the academy remains committed to upholding the highest standards.