The Qatar Nanny Training Academy (QNTA), a member of Qatar Foundation, recently welcomed His Excellency Mr. Indra Iskandar, Secretary General of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia, along with a number of delegates, to its headquarters in Duhail.
The delegation was received by Ms. Hessa Al Mansouri, General Director, QNTA; Ms. Ghaniya Al-Saboubi, Academic Director, QNTA; Ms. Sahar Bakri, Official in Charge, Recruitment Office, QNTA; and Ms. Kholoud Al-Shaikh, Administrative Coordinator, QNTA.
The high-level visit marks the culmination of the efforts undertaken by QNTA to create new recruitment opportunities through a constructive collaboration between the State of Qatar and the Republic of Indonesia.
His Excellency Mr. Iskandar said: “I am impressed with the professional dedication that the Qatar Nanny Training Academy has. It reflects the level of keenness that the State of Qatar has in the field of human resources development and its commitment to raising children and promoting Islamic values, as well as the national language, which are the main elements to preserve national identity. I hope that Indonesian women can soon join this program to be qualified nannies in order to contribute to the development efforts in the State of Qatar,”
Ms. Al Mansoori said: “By welcoming the Indonesian parliamentary delegation, QNTA seeks to create a diversification opportunity in terms of human resources scope based on the requests of Qatari families. People in Qatar have extensive experience dealing with nannies from Indonesia with a high rate of satisfaction and reliability regarding working with children in the field of integrated education, proper upbringing based on the values of Islam, and care for the Arabic language. At QNTA, we choose applicants carefully by following high standards, such as speaking and writing Arabic.”
The delegation toured QNTA’s building and were briefed on the progress of the educational process and academic curriculum. They also visited the departments of specialized training such as children's routine care and infants care; Qatari heritage and arts; the reading room, library, computer lab, and the recreational building.
The visit concluded with agreements between QNTA and the Indonesian delegation on ways to strengthen the mutual relations.