28 Qatar Nanny Training Academy graduate students



Doha: Qatar Nanny Training Academy (QNTA) celebrated the graduation of 28 students for the 2020-2021 academic year. The students, who had completed a high-quality intensive training program in the field of comprehensive childcare, learned the basics of healthy physical and mental education for children, instilling Qatari traditions and Islamic values, and access to specialized courses in various aspects of childhood care.
Since its creation in 2012, the Academy, a member of the Qatar Foundation (QF), has been dedicated to educating Qatari families about the importance of preparing a generation that has the driving force to build a promising future, while contributing to QF’s vision to unleash human potential and communicate with Qatari society to meet its humanitarian and social needs.

Jawaher Al Khater, QNTA Director of Administration and Operations, explained how the graduation of this eighth group of students added an achievement to the Academy’s record, saying, “QNTA celebrates and highlights light the achievements of our students, especially in light of the challenges posed by The combined efforts of the successful administrative and academic teams have succeeded in preparing, training and qualifying these students in accordance with the best standards to achieve the mission of the Academy and enrich the life of Qatari families.
Buthaina Al-Othman, QNTA Academic Coordinator, accepted and encouraged the students to use their training and continue to learn as they begin their new roles.

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