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Training Courses Held in the Field of Public Relations, Media & Art of Etiquette at Kanon Hotel, Khartoum

Training Courses Held in the Field of Public Relations,  Media & Art of Etiquette at Kanon Hotel, Khartoum

Sudan University of Science and Technology “SUST”, in intelligent partnership with Professional Queens E.T Corporation, has concluded at the elegant and gorgeous Kanon Hotel, Khartoum, the distinct hotel which provides modern accommodation with stunning views of the River Nile, the three (3) weeks training course in the Field of Public Relations, Media, Art of Etiquette and Protocol, implemented by the Training Department at the College of Technology. The Training session was attended by Dean of Colleges and SUST staff.

At the end of this awesome and superb event Dr. Diya al-Din Muhammad Hassan, the College’s Dean spoke on behalf of HE SUST’s Vice-Chancellor about the extent of benefitting from this session, explaining that its contents will no doubt positively impact the performance of the University staff at all levels, at the same time, he commended participants for their diverse perspectives shared during the event.

Prof Mustafa Ahmed Al-Jak, Head of the Training Department said in his speech that the Department is eagerly seeking to cope with fast-paced developments in this area to bring our country at par with advanced nations.

Dr. Mohammed Najeeb, Media and Public Relations Adviser, and keynote speaker at the session expressed his delight at revisiting Sudan, and praised the absorptive capacity of students, thanking the University for the warm welcome and fraternal attentions paid to him during his stay.

It is worth mentioning that the session brought together a diverse of scholars from outside SUST, and included live comedy performances by Tirab group which have received the highest praise by the attendees. At the end of the ceremony, SUST honored Dr. al-Jalb, Professional Queens E.T Corporation, and Kanon staff for their cooperative and helpful contribution, and certificates were distributed among all learners.