Dubai Land Department said it has signed memorandums of cooperation with Elite Gulf Real Estate Training Institute, Innovation Experts Real Estate Training Institute and ThinkProp Training Institute to elevate real estate training in the emirate.
These collaborations would help boost awareness within the Dubai real estate sector and foster a top-tier training environment, enhancing service efficiency, customer satisfaction, and overall service quality to align with global best practices and standards.
The memorandums outline that DLD accredits these three institutions to conduct training programmes and workshops within the real estate sector, committed to fostering a culture of ongoing education, professional real estate training, and innovation.
The signatory institutes are also committed to raising awareness among real estate investors, property owners, and those involved in the sector through awareness programmes and disseminating real estate knowledge.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Marwan bin Ghalita, CEO of the Rera at DLD, said the department was commited to forging strong bonds and enhancing collaboration with the private sector, a collaborative approach crucial in delivering proactive and customer-centric real estate services.
These memorandums of cooperation seek to provide the right qualifications and empower individuals and stakeholders within the real estate sector, equipping them with the necessary tools and knowledge and providing access to advanced training methodologies, noted bin Ghalita.
"We are pleased to embark on these new partnerships that will promote sustainability and innovation in this vital sector. We will channel our collective efforts towards developing a robust and qualified professional workforce in the sector, he noted.
"This initiative aligns perfectly with the Department’s overarching goals of promoting awareness and expanding knowledge within the real estate market through training methodologies that adhere to the highest scientific standards," he added.
Additionally, he stated that efforts will be directed towards developing, implementing and regularly updating diverse real estate training programmes to equip workers and stakeholders, including developers and others involved in various real estate activities, with the skills and knowledge aligned with the highest local and international standards and practices.
This will include educational courses that enhance the understanding of those operating in the sector on their rights and responsibilities, he added.-TradeArabia News Service