Brings ‘Education for Life’ roadshow to Kuwait to demonstrate its dedication to resolving the challenges faced by the education and learning industry abreast with Kuwait's 2035 vision
Under its ‘Education For Life’ campaign, Canon Middle East partnered with Al Sayer group and also the Kuwait Educators Society to show its suite of options that deal with challenges produced by the altering needs of vital education and learning field stakeholders - trainees, teachers, and administration.
The technology leader showcased its dedication in the direction of allowing the electronic change of the education and learning experience in Kuwait at an event held at the Kuwait Teachers Culture in Kuwait City. The audio speakers at the event CEO and board member of Al Sayer Group Mubarak Al Sayer, founder of Kashcool Faisal Alghadhouri, Board Member of the Kuwait Teachers Society and First Advisor of Computer Curriculum at the Ministry of Education, Mr. Ali Ahmed Al Kandari, and Business Unit Director, B2B, Canon Middle East Shadi Bakhour.
The Kuwait Vision 2035 lays the structure to achieving sustainable development in the nation and also highlights the substantial role played by education and learning in enabling financial diversification, development and also social progress. As the student aged population continues to enhance as well as with substantial financial investment from the government, the industry is positioned for growth with Kuwait's independent school market estimated to expand from $1.3 billion in 2015 to $2 billion in 2023, according to the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). As an essential driver of the technique, the federal government is advertising the use of innovation in colleges, supporting educational preparation and management, with a sight in the direction of higher quality of education and learning and also future employability of the students.
Ali Ahmed Al Kandari, Board Member of the Kuwait Teachers Society and First Advisor of Computer Curriculum at the Ministry of Education, said: “Kuwait is well known for a rich tradition of valuing education, hence the development of the knowledge and skills of Kuwaiti youth remains a top priority today. The Kuwait Teachers Society is committed to supporting the Kuwait Vision 2035 to drive excellence in the educational sector right from improving the learning experience to enhancing the effectiveness of the system as a whole. Recognizing that a key facilitator of improvement is knowledge transfer across the sector and between public and private institutions, it is our pleasure to host the Education for Life roadshow with Canon to present the opportunities available to educators in the country to effectively transform the learning experience in the classroom and solve the challenges they face with the integration of new technologies.”
Shadi Bakhour, Business Device Director, B2B, Canon Middle East, said: "With the prioritization of human growth as well as social progress by the government in Kuwait, Canon aims to find together with Kuwaiti management to drive the improvement of the academic market with the fostering of modern technology. Education and learning for Life intends to creatively show the role modern technology can play in enabling companies to introduce across multiple areas of process optimization, communication efficiency as well as educational customization, inevitably unlocking greater efficiency as well as exceptional learning experiences. We are thrilled to bring this roadshow to this nation in collaboration with the Kuwait Educators Culture as our company believe that our modern technology is distinctively positioned to assist trainees, educators, and also administrative personnel, unlock the power of digital to better prepare tomorrow's workforce."
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