The Tamkeen Real Estate Programme workshop empowers understanding of ‘Nafis’ and reinforces compliance with labour market laws
- Organised by Dubai Land Department in Collaboration with the Emirati Human Resources Development Council – Dubai, the Ministry of Human Resources & Emiratisation, and the Emirati Talent Competitiveness Council (Nafis)
- The workshop witnessed the participation of more than 160 representatives of jointly owned properties companies
- The workshop marks the inaugural session in a series of forthcoming workshops designed to stay updated with the latest developments in this field and accomplish all necessary objectives.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 19 September 2023: Dubai Land Department recently organised the “Tamkeen Real Estate Programme” workshop in collaboration with the Emirati Human Resources Development Council – Dubai, the Ministry of Human Resources & Emiratisation, and the Emirati Talent Competitiveness Council (Nafis). This workshop brought together over 160 representatives from jointly owned properties companies to expand understanding among stakeholders and ensure compliance with labour market laws and regulations.
The workshop shed light on the government’s ongoing efforts to qualify and empower citizens in the private sector, driven by the commitment to support optimal investment in human capital and build real estate competencies that contribute to developing Dubai’s real estate sector. Notably, this initiative represents the first milestone resulting from the memorandum of understanding signed by the UAE Human Resources Development Council and Nafis regarding Emiratisation, starting with the real estate sector in collaboration with the Dubai Land Department.
His Excellency Eng. Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Chairman of the Emirati Human Resources Development Council – Dubai, said: “The 2023 economic achievements attained by the UAE in the real estate sector, particularly in Dubai, underscore the growing strategic significance of this sector and necessitate the enhancement of national competencies within it to contribute to our country’s economic prosperity. Through the Real Estate Empowerment Programme, a direct outcome of our memorandum of understanding with Nafis, we aim to boost citizen participation through cooperative initiatives with citizens who have previously excelled in the private real estate sector. These individuals have achieved noteworthy successes deserving recognition, and our initiatives will continue to target various groups within the sector towards nurturing national capabilities and offer citizens high-quality job opportunities through efficient and effective programs.”
He added: “The success of these events hinges on the collaboration between our partners, leveraging our collective capabilities; everyone is committed to realising the vision of our wise leadership by achieving effective localisation in vital strategic sectors. I encourage citizens aspiring to excel and explore opportunities in the real estate sector, which offers boundless possibilities for building a future-ready career path.”