I got my bachelor degree in 2017 from Polytechnic Institute which is managed by the Institute of Applied Technology, I competed along with 35 competitors in WorldSkills Abu Dhabi 2017 in Web Design and Development skills field and it was such a phenomenal experience. ACTVET did a magnificent job in teaching us how to work with a high team spirit and we felt pride of our national identity and at I would like to extend my gratitude to our wise supportive leadership.
Currently, I’m working with my brother on developing a new electronic game which is taking users through a journey of UAE heritage and history.
One of my best experiences that I have been through was my participation in WorldSkills Abu Dhabi 2017. It helped in refining my skills and my personality and widening my horizon.
This elite competition is the main motive for my future plans in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning field and what matters the most is meeting experts and specialists in this field from 22 different countries around the world. During WorldSkills Abu Dhabi 2017, I learned the skill of time management which is one of the main evaluation tools in the competition, and I learned how to be patient, determined and to never give up.
I went through a thriving and exceptional experience and I would like to share it with Emirati youth who used to excel.
As the first time for UAE to compete in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning field, I wanted to prove to the world that Emirati woman is willing to compete and participate in all fields while outstanding, all she needs is courage and determination. It’s my pride to represent UAE in such leading international competition.
Health and Social Care
I was born in 1995, I studied and graduated from Fatima College for Health Science (FCHS), operates under ACTVET’s umbrella. FCHS with its state of the art facility and programs allowed me a great training opportunity while I was preparing myself for participation in the Health and Social Care competition at the World Skills Competition Abu Dhabi 2017. Ms. Asma Al Masmari, a Charge Nurse working at Sheikh Khalifa Medical City and the UAE Expert at WorldSkills was my trainer and coach during my training journey; she prepared me for a tough competition against 15 competitors from different countries. I was proud of my performance at the competition. I was able to examine and assess a medical case, define the treatment needs and provide a medical care plan built based on the provided medical reports and tests results. I aim to peruse advancement in my nursing career and continue to be a role model for my fellow Emirati nurses in order to achieve Emiratization in this vital and important sector of Nursing.
Industrial Mechanic Millwright
Graduated from VEDC, a subsidiary entity of ACTVET. Born in 1996, working in technology field in Siemens Abu Dhabi, I had competed with 37 competitors representing 37 countries in the competition in Cars technology competition. ACTVET had supported me in the training of the competition under supervision of a Brazilian trainer who had wins the gold medal in the same competition in 2015 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, as I was training more than 9 hours daily in many skills related to cars technology such as engine check, car breaking system and suspension check, in addition to car electricity in general. My ambition is to open my own car complete station for cars maintenance and provide creative solutions in that field.