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Fatema Ahmed Kamal

MFME announces Britus as exclusive education partner

MANAMA, November 30, 2022

The Annual Mentorship Forum Middle East (MFME) has announced Britus Education as the Forum’s “Exclusive Education Partner” for the upcoming third edition taking place on December 6, 2022 in Bahrain.
 
Britus Education is a K–12 education platform managed by GFH Financial Group. Britus operates and manages more than nine schools across KSA, UAE, Tunisia, and Bahrain. In line with its continued commitment to further building its education portfolio across the Mena region, Britus offers quality education that empowers learners to develop skills for an unpredictable future, build their leadership competencies, strengthen their appreciation for heritage, and accept globalisation by adapting internationally recognised research-based educational practices. Britus also provides full-time educational services to students with special needs.
 
The Forum, which focuses this year on "Embedding Mentorship into Organisational Culture", is expected once again to attract more than 300 regional and international human resources and mentorship professionals, as well as business leaders, CEOs, and up-and-coming professionals, who will attend the Forum in person and online.
 
Key workshops
The Forum will also feature a session on “Embedding Mentorship into Organisational Culture” presented by Dr Sheikha Rana bint Isa bin Duaij Al Khalifa, Secretary General of the Higher Education Council and Deputy Chairperson of its Board of Trustees. Additionally, two important workshops for hand-on-learning will be held. The first will be led by Karina Chapa, Mentorship Programme Manager at the Diversity and Inclusion Division at Saudi Aramco, and the other by Lamyse Ammar, Senior Key Accounts Director at LinkedIn, Mena. 
 
Fatema Ahmed Kamal, CEO of Britus Education, said: “At Britus, our focus is to continually invest in and promote learning, which we believe to be a life-long endeavour. Investment in education and human capital is also a key pillar of our strategy and that of the regional countries across which we operate. We look forward to taking part in the Forum and both sharing our experiences and learning more about how to maximise mentorship in our own talent development efforts.” 
 
The third Mentorship Forum Middle East is also being held with the support of the Forum’s Lead Partner National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) along with other sponsors and supporters: LinkedIn, Tamkeen, Gulf International Bank (GIB), Foulath, Benefit, Dadabhai Travel, Solidarity, Reach, and Bahrain Association of Banks (BAB).-- TradeArabia News Service
 



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