The Supreme Judicial Council, represented by the Family Court, concluded the program “Developing Dealing Skills and Solving Family Problems”, which was organized over a period of 6 weeks, during which many courses and workshops were presented, in which a large group of arbitrators and members of the Council participated. The program succeeded in qualifying the first batch of 30 Sharia arbitrators. Court and court, all of them are Qatari. The program included a set of axes, including “dealing skills and resolving family problems”, “skills for managing reconciliation sessions”, and “case study and reporting skills”. One of the areas that the program focused on. They also appreciated the keenness of the Supreme Judicial Council to develop the skills of arbitrators and associates, stressing that the Council always pays great attention to developmental aspects, especially with regard to the judicial and functional staff, as it is always keen to provide full support and harness all the elements that qualify this cadre and develop its skills in order to reach Objectives and results that are consistent with his aspirations and are in line with the visions and aspirations of the State of Qatar. It is noteworthy that the family law requires referring the family dispute to two arbitrators who represent the two parties to the conflict in order to try to reconcile them. Regarding the objectives and importance of the program, HE Judge Dr. Khaled Al-Roumi, Head of the Family Documentation Department at the Family Court, said that the training program was organized out of the Supreme Judicial Council’s keenness to develop the skills of the Supreme Judicial Council’s employees with the aim of achieving prompt justice. He added: Through this program, we were able to qualify the first batch of Sharia arbitrators, men and women, and the number of 30 arbitrators, all of whom are Qatari, through the Comprehensive Skills Development Course for Arbitrators, which was prepared by the Al-Raed Al-Khaleej Training Center in coordination with the Supreme Judicial Council, which trained the participants on how to learn the skills of dealing with Others, problem-solving, reconciliation session management skills, dealing with troubled personalities, and other skills that contribute significantly to reaching the goals of the Council in general and achieving successful justice. With regard to the results of the program, His Excellency Judge Khaled Al-Roumi affirmed that the results of the program were very positive and promising, and would have a clear impact on reform and resolving family problems before the Family Court or presented to the Family Reconciliation Office. At the end of the course, His Excellency Judge Khaled Al-Roumi honored the participants who passed the course and awarded them certificates of passing, in the presence of Sheikh Ahmed Al-Buainain, Director of the Family Reconciliation Office.
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