His Excellency Dr. Muhammad bin Abdul Wahid Al Hammadi, Minister of Education and Higher Education has issued Decision No. 20/2020 to restructure the Board of Trustees of College of the North Atlantic - Qatar (CNA-Q) to include two new members. His Excellency Dr. Mohamed bin Saleh Al-Sada will remain as Chairman of the board. The two new members include Prof. Mariam Ali Al-Maadeed, and Dr. Asmaa Al-Fadala. Also remaining on the board are His Excellency Dr. Ibrahim bin Saleh Al-Nuaimi, Dr. Muhammad Yusef Al-Mulla, Dr. Yousef Muhammad Al-Hor, Dr. Khaled Abdullah Al-Ali. CNA-Q acting President Dr. Salem Al-Naemi, is a non-voting member.
“I am very pleased to welcome two new members to our Board,” said Dr. Al-Sada. “This addition, of two extremely well qualified individuals, will only serve to strengthen the policies and procedures of the College moving forward.”
“There are big changes coming to CNA-Q. This is the first year we are offering Applied Bachelor Degrees - a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Maintenance Engineering Technology, a Bachelor of Applied Business Administration in Human Resource Management, and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Medical Radiography. I am also pleased to tell you that we are now in the advanced stages of preparing to transform the College into an applied university.”
CNA-Q is the product of an extremely successful and constructive partnership between the State of Qatar and the College of the North Atlantic (CNA) in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. CNA includes technical and applied education, and combines accredited programs with some of the best equipment and training systems in Canada
CNA-Q offers applied degree and diploma programs in the fields of Business Management and Information Technology, Engineering and Industrial Trades, and Health Sciences. In addition, the College also offers a wide range of activities, events and student clubs, which ensure the development and success of the students on an extra curricular level.
“I am pleased to welcome these new board members, said Dr. Al-Naemi,” I look forward to working with them to making the College an even more inviting place of higher learning for bright young students, as we remain focused on QNV 2030.”
CNA-Q has graduated thousands of students who were ready to enter the workforce because of the hands-on training they received at the College, or went on to pursue further studies in their fields of specialization.
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