These were signed with ThinkProp Training Institute, Innovation Experts Real Estate Training Institute and Elite Gulf Real Estate Training Institute.
The purpose of these collaborations is to develop a top-tier training environment in the real estate sector in Dubai and boost awareness.
This would help in enhancing customer satisfaction, service efficiency as well as overall service quality for aligning with global standards and best practices.
The Department’s Real Estate Regulatory Agency’s CEO, Eng. Marwan bin Ghalita, attended the signing ceremony.
The CEO and Founder of Elite Gulf Real Estate, Georges Maurice, the Director of ThinkProp Training Instutite’s Dubai Branch, MoazMaqbool and Director of Innovation Experts Real Estate Training Institute, MohamamedShanaa, also attended.
These partnerships are in accordance with the vision of the UAE’s leadership and its strategic objectives.
Bin Ghalita stated that the Department is committed to forging strong bonds and wants to collaborate with the private sector.
He stated that a collaborative approach is essential for providing customer-centric and proactive real estate services.
He went on to say that the aim of these memorandums of cooperation is to provide individuals and stakeholders with the right qualifications and to empower them within the real estate sector.
They would have the necessary knowledge and tools and would be able to benefit from advanced training methodologies.
Bin Ghalita stated that they were happy to form these new partnerships for promoting sustainability and innovation in the real estate sector.
He added that they would make collective efforts to develop a qualified and robust professional workforce.
The initiative is in accordance with the long-term goals of the Department to expand knowledge and promote awareness in the real estate sector via training methodologies that comply with the highest standards.
According to the memorandum, the three real estate institutions would conduct workshops and training programs in the real estate sector to ensure a culture of innovation, ongoing education and professional real estate training.
The institutes would also be responsible for creating awareness amongst many property owners, real estate investors and others involved in the sector via awareness programs and sharing real estate knowledge.
Furthermore, they would also make efforts to develop, implement and then update the real estate training programs for equipping stakeholders and workers with knowledge and skills.
These would be in accordance with the highest standards and best practices, both locally and internationally.
This would also include educational courses to help those working in the sector understand their responsibilities and rights.
The efforts of Emiratisation would also be supported through specialized training programs for providing skills for working in the real estate sector.
They would include organizing workshops, seminars as well as real estate conferences that would help in addressing issues within the real estate sector and shed light on its current state.
The purpose of the memorandums is also to help in promoting innovation in the digital and smart services in the real estate sector in Dubai.