DFF(Dubai Future Foundation) has recently launched an application portal for the fourth batch of the Dubai Future Experts programme. Applications have been opened under the direction of the Crown Prince of Dubai, Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. He is also a chairman of the Dubai Executive Council and chairman of the board of trustees of DFF
(Dubai Future Foundation).
Dubai Future Programme aims to prepare and equip the national talent of the country with technical skills and different tools. The programme also provides a platform for young talent to participate in the development journey of the nation.
The Dubai Future Expert programme was mutually developed with the cooperation of the Dubai Future Foundation and the executive council of Dubai. The programme is overseen by the Dubai Future Academy. Interested applicants can apply for the programme till the 20th of November by visiting the official website(WWW.dubaifuture.ae/dfep-2024).
The Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the DFF stated that the previous, i.e. third batch of the DFF programme, had helped the participants to achieve leadership skills. Moreover, it polished the top talent of the country who contributed to enhance the future readiness of the government.
He also added that innovative skills and techniques that future designers gained during their participation in the programme are very important to build excellence in the Performance of the government in Dubai.
It is to be specifically mentioned that the programme also had the capability to spread and strengthen the culture of innovation.
This announced the fourth batch of the Dubai Expert Program would begin from the month of January 2024. This program will be divided into two parts; each part will last for three months and give participants the opportunity to graduate from the “Certified Foresight Practioner” level to the “Certified Foresight Ambassador” level.
Last year in September, Sheikh Hamdan saw the graduation ceremony of the third batch of the Dubai Future Experts programme . He was briefed on the number of projects, research reports, and future scenarios developed by the participants.