Summer camp students visited the Labour Fund (Tamkeen) headquarters today and were briefed on training and human development programmes.
The Royal Academy of Police Summer Camp is being organised by the Ministry of Interior in cooperation with Tamkeen.
The students, who were in their first week of the camp, were also briefed on LMRA schemes regarding the labour market and economic systems.
They also learned about the crucial role of the LMRA in promoting long-term welfare and helping the private sector to boost productivity and create growth.
The students also paid similar visits to the Information Affairs Authority, the Salman Cultural Centre, the Khalifa bin Salman Seaport and the Gulf Air Academy and were briefed on work strategies at those vital facilities.
They also visited the governorates and police directorates as well as the Police Aviation pavilion and were briefed on their crucial role in protecting people’s security and safety by using state-of-the-art equipment.
The students also attended a lecture on the dangers posed by drugs, checking addiction and forensic investigation at crime scenes to collect clues and evidence.
The visits aim essentially to promote community partnership between the Ministry and the civil society.