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Sharjah Book Authority launches ‘Future Leader’ programme

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SHARJAH, 3rd August, 2022 (WAM) — The Sharjah Book Authority (SBA) announced that it will gather children and youth in the eastern region for a series of edutainment workshops under the umbrella of “Future Leader” programme.

The programme, which is origanised by SPA, aims to enhance the intellectual and psychological skills of the participants through training on how to acquire positive habits of successful people to add them to their daily lives.

The programme’s activities will continue at Kalba Public Library from 1st to 4th August, and at Wadi Al Helou Public Library from 8th to 11th August, while the programme completed its activities during July in both Dibba Al Hisn and Khorfakkan Public Libraries.

The programme includes training participants to master the skills of building a useful daily routine, to enhance self-confidence, master the skill of planning and discipline in implementing plans, as well as solving problems and making appropriate decisions in different situations in addition to mastering the skill of research and self-learning.

The workshops focus on motivating participants to explore opportunities to develop self-skills in thinking, enhance their confidence in the abilities and talents they possess, benefit from personal skills and turn them into motives for excellence, as well as developing plans to achieve personal goals in an optimal manner that matches the capabilities and talents in which the child or young person is creative.

Regarding the level of participation in the programme, Fadel Hussain Bussim, Director of the Sharjah Book Authority Office in the Eastern Region, confirmed that the Sharjah Book Authority’s organisation of the “Future Leader” programme coincided with the summer vacation, which provided the opportunity for students from different academic levels to participate in it, and flock to the Public libraries in the Eastern Region, pointing out that the content of the training programme was well received by parents.

WAM/Khoder Nashar/Tariq alfaham

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