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TAX RETURN PREPARATION COURSE

The course covers how to prepare tax returns for both corporate and individuals (legal entities), non-commercial professional tax returns, properties tax, salaries tax, and finally, the tax return on value-added tax and the zero return. It provides a full understanding of the provisions and deadlines for submitting tax returns. At the end of the program, the trainee receives a certificate from the New Giza University for attending the program.

 

This short course will be lectured by a distinguished elite of leaders and advisors from the Egyptian Tax Authority, and it will be fully supervised by Dr. Fayez Fathallah El-Dabaani, the former head of the Egyptian Tax Authority and an accredited lecturer at the United Nations and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

 

The Objectives of the Course

By the end of the course, the trainee will have a complete understanding of all types of tax returns and how to prepare the tax return electronically according to the provisions, regulations of tax laws, bylaws, and all the instructions and circulars organized for it.

 

Intensive Short Course Duration: Two Days

 

First Day: Three lectures, each two hours long.

 

First Lecture: Introduction to the course, the importance of tax returns, and a general overview of tax returns and their mechanization.

 

Lecturer: Dr. Fayez El-Dabaani, the former head of the Egyptian Tax Authority.

 

Second Lecture: The legal aspects of tax returns.

 

Lecturer: Professor Dr. Ramadan Sedik, advisor to the Minister of Finance, former dean of the Faculty of Law at Helwan University, and tax scholar.

 

Third Lecture: The tax treatment of accounting transactions in light of accounting standards and tax law.

 

Lecturer: Mr. Ragab Mahrous, advisor to the President of the Egyptian Tax Authority.

 

Second Day: Two lectures, and at the end of the day, an open meeting and discussion with the trainees and answering all their questions.

 

First Lecture: How to prepare and present tax returns on salaries and their equivalents.

 

Lecturer: Mr. Haitham Mohamed, General Manager of Examination at the Second Large Taxpayers Center in Cairo.

 

Second Lecture: How to prepare tax returns electronically and upload them to the tax system.

 

Lecturer: Mr. Tharwat Ali, former Head of the Information Systems Sector at the Egyptian Tax Authority and an expert in the tax authority systems.

 

Final Lecture: An open meeting and discussion with the trainees and answering all their questions.

 

The meeting will be managed by Dr. Fayez El-Dabaani.

 

CERTIFICATE

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance.

 

COURSE FEES

The fees is EGP3,500

 

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Diabetes Professional Diploma in collaboration with the Arabic Association for the Study of Diabetes and Metabolism (AASD)

 

Diploma Overview:

Around 537 million adults are living with diabetes (IDF 10th Diabetes Atlas, 2021), and according to the latest figures, more than 6.7 million people died due to diabetes in 2021 (IDF 10th Diabetes Atlas, 2021.) As a health care professional, you can develop yourself in this field through improving your knowledge and medical practice by studying Diabetes Diploma virtually.
The diabetes professional diploma is divided into three courses each course contains two modules.

Objectives:

This professional diploma is well designed for health care professionals to cope with updated multidisciplinary virtual basic, applied, and advanced knowledge about diabetes, its comorbidities, and complications. 

Outcome: 

By the end of this diploma, participants will: 

  • Have deep knowledge and understanding of the care of people living with diabetes.
  • Be updated with the understanding of the management of people with diabetes with a multidisciplinary approach.  

Diploma Content:

Diploma duration is one year conductive through three courses, each course consists of two modules, each module duration is seven weeks.  

1- First course: Basic Diabetes and Diabetes Management
2- Second course: Applied Diabetes
3- Third course: Advanced Diabetes 

The diploma will be delivered in collaboration with the Arab Association for the Study of Diabetes and Metabolism with the collaboration of international faculty.  

Commitment 15 hours per week 

Class size 20-25  

Format 100% Online  

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on each course attendance and exam. The diploma certificate will be granted after the fulfillment of the three courses.  

Who can attend? 

  • Doctors 
  • Health Care Professionals 

 Requirements:

Diploma open to Health Care Professionals (HCP) with the following criteria:  

  • Graduates of English Medical Universities; Medicine or Pharmacy. 
  • If not a graduate of an English Medical University, then ILETS score 6 is required.  


Next Round:

January 2024 – January 2025
The first course “Basic Diabetes and Diabetes Management” will start in January 2024 (every Saturday for four months).

Fees:

Fees   One Course  

(Including two modules) 

Three Courses  

(Diploma) 

Egyptians  EGP8,000 EGP23,000
Non-Egyptians (Low-income countries)*   $500 $1,500
Non-Egyptians*  $750 $2,100
Notes Low-income countries according to the World Bank countries classification, click here

*Scholarships available for individual applicants. For more details, contact us at pda@ngu.edu.eg 

“Courses can be done separately.”

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Courses / Diploma Professors & Experts:

(President of Arabic Association for the study of Diabetes and Metabolism)

Professor of Internal Medicine & Diabetes, Cairo University

 

Present Work:

– Professor of Internal Medicine & Diabetes, Cairo University

– Consultant, ASalam International Hospital

– Consultant, New Kasr Al Eini Teaching Hospital

– Worked as a Chairman of Internal Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo

University, Unit 4, 2017-2019.

– Worked as honorary lecturer, Diabetes Diploma, Cardif University, United Kingdom for

five years.

– Peer-reviewer for several Medical Journals including Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice

and International Journal of clinical practice.

  • Supervision on MSC & MD thesis Over 30 theses from 1995 – 2020

 

 

Scientific Activities:

 

 President of the Annual conferences of the Arabic Association for the study of Diabetes

and Metabolism, 2006 till 2020.

 Held International conferences in collaboration with many Arab societies.

 Organized several doctors, diabetes nurses and patients’ educational activities as well as

Doctors` National conferences, education symposiums and postgraduate educational courses

 

Member of Medical Societies:

– President of the Arabic Association for the Study of Diabetes and Metabolism AASD.

– President of the Egyptian Association of Diabetes and Metabolism.

– Board member of the Egyptian Diabetes Association.

– Member of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes EASD.

– Member of the Mediterranean Group for the Study of Diabetes MGSD

– Member of Egyptian Society of Internal Medicine.

– Member of Egyptian Society of Diabetes, Endocrine and Metabolism.

– Member of Egyptian Society of Nephrology.

– Member of Egyptian Group of Diabetes.

– Member of Egyptian Medical Association of Studying Obesity EMASO

 

Scientific Research

Over 90 scientific research Papers, most of them are published nationally and internationally.

Qualifications: MB ChB 1985 (Merit) Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria, Egypt.

MRCP (UK) 1996 FRCP (London) 2006, FRCP (Edinburgh 2009)

CCST (UK) 2002 Endocrinology, Diabetes & General Medicine

MPhil Reading University, UK, 2005

 

Professional Membership:

Member of the AASD

Member of Emirates Medical Association EMA & EDS

Member of the British Medical Association -BMA

Member of the Medical Defense Union

Member of the British Endocrine Society- BES

Member of the British Thyroid Association

Member of Diabetes UK

Member of the International Diabetes Federation – IDF

Member of the of the EASD

Member of the Educational Group of the EASD – DESG

Clinical/Academic Posts:

Senior Consultant Endocrinologist, Dubai Hospital, DHA, UAE

H Senior Lecturer and Associate Director for Postgraduate Diabetes Education, Cardiff University, UK

Lead Consultant in Endocrinology & Diabetes, Glan Clwyd

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine Education MD, Pennsylvania State University School of Medicine BS, State University of New York at Buffalo Course Taught Internal Medicine∙ Endocrinology – ENDO Professional Memberships Lynchburg Academy of Medicine ∙ Medical Society of Virginia American Diabetes Association Publications Dietary Differences in Virginia Counties with Different Diabetes Rates” VCOM research meeting, 2019 Population differences in Diabetes in the Republic of Moldova” ADA Poster 2009 ∙Effect of BNP on the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetic Patients Receiving TZD treatment”AACE poster, Annual meeting 2007 ∙A Novel Education Approach in Type 1 Diabetic Patients Receiving Insulin Pump Therapy” AACE Poster 2007 ∙Population differences in Diabetes in the Republic of Moldova” ADA Poster 2009 ∙Effects of Breast Feeding on Glucose Levels and Hypoglycemia. Results of Continuous Monitoring” ADA Poster 2004 Do C- Peptide Levels Make a Difference in the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes?” SAFP Poster and Oral Presentation 1992.

Consultant of Nephrologist and Clinical Director in Renal and Diabetes Centre Glan Clwyd Hospital – RHYl

MSC FRCP (London) FRCP (Edinburgh)

He is a Consultant Nephrologist and Clinical Director in Renal and Diabetes Centre Glan Clwyd Hospital – Rhyl Denbighshire United Kingdom

Prof Mick’s Research interests include diabetic kidney disease: progression of CKD, cognitive dysfunction, the role of the kidney in glucose metabolism, and Management of end-stage kidney disease in people with diabetes.

  • Head of the Diabetes Unit at IRCCS MultiMedica, Milan, Italy.
  • Research Advisor at institut d’investigacions Biomediques August Pi I Sunyer (DIBAPS), Barcelona, Spain.
  • Research Advisor at IRCCS, Multimedica, Spain, Italy, in the Department of Diabetes and Cardiovasular Disease.

He graduated in Medicine from the University of Aberdeen in 1991, obtained his MRCP in 1996, PhD from the University of Manchester in 1997 and was elected to become a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2007. He was appointed as Consultant Physician and Senior Lecturer in 2001 and as Professor of Medicine and Consultant Physician in 2008 in Central Manchester University Teaching Hospitals and the University of Manchester. He was appointed as Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine in 2014 and is an honorary Professor of Medicine and Consultant Physician at Central Manchester University Teaching Hospitals and University of Manchester and visiting Professor of Medicine at Manchester Metropolitan University. He was the President of Neurodiab (the diabetic neuropathy study group of the EASD) from 2009-2012. He is an associate editor for Diabetic Medicine (2006 to present); J of Diabetes and its Complications (2012-present), PLOS One (2016- present), BMC Neurology (2009-present) and Advances in Therapy (2009- present). He is on the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Complications and Clinical Investigation Research Committee (2005-present).

Dr. Evgenia Patrakeeva is a teaching assistant in Endocrinology and Consultant Endocrinologist at the First St. Petersburg Medical University names after I.P. Pavlov where she also received her medical degree in 2005, graduating Cum Laude and completing her residency in endocrinology and internal medicine. Her research interests include insulin therapy, patient education, psychological issues in diabetes care and the use of new technologies in diabetes. She also has an interest in the development of web-based resources and social media use as components of diabetes therapy and patients’ psychological support. Dr.Patrakeeva is a member of the advisory board of the education site for Russian diabetologists, www.diaeuni.ru, co-founder of the educational web-resource www.rule15s.com and educational social networks for Russian speaking diabetes patients, @diabet.connect. She organizes, on a regular basis, postgraduate courses for young diabetologists in St. Petersburg as well as an innovative course for CSII and ready-for-CSII young patients.

President-Elect of the International Diabetes Federation European Region (IDF Europe). She will take the office of President of IDF Europe in 2015. An ophthalmologist, Sehnaz has been actively involved in the field of diabetes for the past 20 years in a series of medical, scientific and social projects at both national and international levels. Sehnaz Karadeniz joined the board of IDF Europe in 2007, where she has worked on Political Affairs – mainly related to the World Health Organization European Region and the Council of Europe. Her portfolio also includes coalitions such as the ECDA – the European Chronic Disease Alliance. She is also Board Member and Coordinator for International Relations for Diabetes 2020: Vision and Targets for Turkey, a nationwide project supported by IDF Europe and WHO European Region and she sits on the Board of the nationwide Let’s Stop Diabetes! project carried out under the auspices of the Turkish Presidency. Sehnaz graduated in ophthalmology from the University of Istanbul and is Professor of Ophthalmology at the Istanbul Bilim University.

  • Professor of Internal Medicine at the University “St Cyril and Methodius”, Medical Faculty in Skopje.
  • Works at the Clinic of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases since 1985.
  • Established the Department of Education of People with Diabetes & the head of the Department Ever Since.
  • Member of the Executive Committee of Diabetes Education Study group (DESG).
  • President of Macedonian Diabetes Association, since 2013.
  • President of the Macedonian Scientific Association of Endocrinologists and Diabetologists since 2014.
  • Member of IDF Europe Board for Biennium 2020/2021.

 

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)

 

CFA Preparation Program Overview:

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) preparation program is the most prestigious designation in Finance and Investment. CFA preparation program is designed to develop and measure comprehension, analysis, and integration. Participants are going to gain insights into the finance and investment industry to add value to their skills.

Program Content:

  1. Corporate Finance
  2. Quantitative Methods
  3. Equity Investments
  4. Financial Reporting and Analysis
  5. Portfolio Management and Wealth Planning
  6. Economics
  7. Fixed income
  8. Ethical and Professional Standards
  9. Derivatives
  10. Alternative Investments

Who can attend? 

Fresh graduates (or final year students & Postgraduates)
Financial Analysts
Investment Professionals
Portfolio managers
Asset Valuation professionals
Strategists
Investment academic professionals
Professionals with different academic and professional backgrounds seeking a career change.

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Digital Transformation

Course Overview:

Current state-of-the-art technology and the unprecedented exponential acceleration of networked, converged computing and communications make it imperative to realize that transforming operations is no longer an option. It’s either to make it a priority now or fall behind within less than a decade ahead. Businesses will run much more efficiently, effectively, and economically as they begin to vest on adopting digital practices.

This course provides a holistic overview of the dimensions pertinent to business digital transformation, complemented by illustrative use cases where appropriate. With a diverse outlook to the global scene, we aim to help develop frameworks that would serve national business operations and contribute to the economic growth through borderless innovative ventures.

Carefully rounded content identifies key technologies deserving most attention, classifies and illustrates e-business models, and provides vision of current and target lateral enterprise transformation across both common and sector specific merits. It concludes by providing a focused standards-based framework for managing continual transition.

Objectives:

  • Understand the ICT infrastructure that operates businesses today and identify key rapidly emerging enabling technologies.
  • Build a bridge among technology & business leaders, innovators, and investors for founding a concerted digitalization eco system.
  • Mentally visualize the contrast of directing legacy business configurations into digitally driven work environment that manipulate technology to foster innovation and transform culture.
  • Emphasize the importance of digital transformation executive officer on board and support business leaders in recruiting the right “digital-minded” implementation & operations managers.
  • Motivate knowledge-based economy via novel global and regional services as well as Intellectual Property (IP) software-designed products.

Outcomes:

By concluding this course, participants with different backgrounds across the broad business spectrum: executives, entrepreneurs, and innovators would be informed and ready to evolve enterprise transformation plans and to qualify novel digital businesses, services, and products.

Course Content:

Unit 1: The Digital Revolution
Unit 2: Key Technology Drivers
Unit 3: E-business Models
Unit 4: Horizontal Transformation
Unit 5: Business Sectors Overview
Unit 6: Digital Transition Management

Who can attend? 

  •  Banking employees
  •  Consultants and individuals seeking advanced business knowledge.
  •  Entrepreneurs
  •  Governmental employees
  •  Private business executives
  •  Employees
  •  Leadership initiative – going beyond their defined scope of work.

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Course Overview:

For several decades, since computing and IT have come into business use, the financial sector has been conventionally the most demanding driver for technology. Both financial institutions and business financial departments have been at the top of IT services consumers.

Recently, the term “Financial Technology, or simply FinTech” has been increasingly used to describe new tech that improves, automates, and accelerates the delivery and use of financial services. ​​​At its core, FinTech is utilized to help companies, business owners, and consumers better manage their financial operations, processes, and lives by taking advantage of novel services at the comfort of their smartphones, tablets, or personal computers.

Objectives:

  • Understand how FinTech is changing the way both retail and wholesale banks, investment banks, and insurance companies operate and offer their services.
  • Learn about digital currency and why only few countries have allowed block chain-based cryptocurrency, while most of the world still favors central banks’ managed digital currency.
  • Gain insight into the impressive expansion of ecommerce, the new means of making payments, and how it will impact the physical trade traffic that many are still investing in.
  • Develop recognition of how mobility is especially improving the lives of millions of “under- or un-banked” population and facilitating small and contactless digital payments.
  • Recognize the numerous investment opportunities in the growing innovative financial services industry that would improve citizens’ quality of life and contribute to the national economy.
  • Build a bridge among technology and financial sector leaders and identify key technologies that foster financial services advances, hence motivating FinTech entrepreneurship and innovative startups’ funding investors.
  • Support business leaders in recruiting progressive, digital-minded back-end operations and customer services managers.

Outcomes:

By concluding this course, executives and leaders in banks and other financial institutions will afford focused communication with their respective IT operations leaders for digitizing (transforming paperwork to digital form) and digitalizing (transform way of work, customer service, and business process) their organizations. As well, technologists will gain insight of the many development opportunities waiting to be unleashed. A new generation of cross-knowledgeable FinTech professionals is coming to life and maturity.

Course Content: 

Unit 1: Digital Banking
Unit 2: Digital Currency
Unit 3: E-Commerce
Unit 4: Financial Mobility
Unit 5: Emerging FinTech Business
Unit 6: Digital Economy

Who can attend? 

  •  Banking employees
  •  Consultants and individuals seeking advanced business knowledge.
  •  Entrepreneurs
  •  Governmental employees
  •  Private business executives
  •  Employees
  •  Leadership initiative – going beyond their defined scope of work.

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Business Etiquette and Advanced Public Speaking

Course Overview:

In this two-day masterclass, you’ll delve into the advanced public speaking techniques for effective communication and connecting with an audience. Exploring spoken, written, and nonverbal communication, this program will help you become a more professional speaker in a range of settings. From one-on-ones to large groups, and from informal to formal formats, you will become a more confident communicator with a solid understanding of how to raise your speech delivery to the next level.

Objectives:

  • How to overcome your fear of public speaking
  • How to improve your public image and persona
  • How to master the techniques of public speaking, including message development, content, projection, inflection, and delivery
  • How to develop a personal style of speaking that is confident, spontaneous, energetic, and vocally and physically expressive
  • How to structure messages that inspire your audience to take action
  • How to grow confidence in your presentation abilities
  • How to convey your insights and recommendations more effectively
  • How to cultivate your persona and communication style
  • Practice speaking with an in-class presentation
  • How to speak so people listen
  • How to instantly captivate your audience and keep them engaged
  • How to story tell
  • How to master interpersonal communication across all formats including challenging areas such as handling hard questions and moderating panels outcomes
  • Understanding and connecting with your audience and preparing for their responses
  • Learning nonverbal communication techniques involving presence, body language, and delivery
  • Voice training
  • Structuring communications to adapt to different business situations and audiences
  • Generating ideas for organizing, preparing, and delivering effective presentations
  • Practicing delivery of high-impact messages that are memorable and motivating

Outcomes:

‣ Understanding and connecting with your audience and preparing for their responses
‣ Learning nonverbal communication techniques involving presence, body language, and delivery
‣ Voice training
‣ Structuring communications to adapt to different business situations and audiences
‣ Generating ideas for organizing, preparing, and delivering effective presentations
‣ Practicing delivery of high-impact messages that are memorable and motivating

Course Content:

  1. Setting Objectives & How to Gain Confidence
  2. Conquering Public Speaking Fear & Overcoming Stage Fright
  3. Public Image & Persona
  4. Find Your Personal Style of Speaking – Talk Structure
  5. Public Speaking Delivery
  6. Train Your Voice
  7. Know Your Audience
  8. Visual Aids
  9. In-Class Talks

Who can attend?

‣ Government Officials, Ambassadors & Diplomatic
‣ CEO’s, Business Executives and Managers
‣ Sales & Marketing Professionals
‣ Academics
‣ Lecturers & Trainers
‣ Speakers & Presenters
‣ Business professionals at all levels of experience

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance.

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Course Overview:

In today’s fast-paced tech-savvy environment, clients want to make a connection with the companies they work with, whether as a consumer shopping for a personal item, or a business searching for a partner or supplier. Ensuring that all their needs are met is what will gain their trust and their business. And help your business and brand grow. Through one-on-one sessions, team-building workshops, group seminars, and company-wide town hall settings, Urban Etiquette will inform and inspire your employees.

Outcomes: 

Communicating with clients 

  • Code of Ethics
  • How to Create the Best First Impression in Business
  • Polished Professional: Professional Image, Grooming, and Attire
  • Business Introductions & Greetings
  • Approaching Customers
  • Sales Mistakes to Avoid
  • Managing Any Hostile Situation
  • Conversation Etiquette
  • Business Cards Etiquette
  • Effective Communication in Business
  • Body Language Magnetism
  • Business Dressing Etiquette Rules
  • Hand Gestures

Maintaining A Professional Image

  • Email Etiquette (2023 Updates)
  • Meetings Etiquette
  • Business Conversation During Social Events; Appropriate Topics and Those to Avoid
  • Manage Telephone Communication with Clarity, Accuracy and Courtesy

Who can attend?

This is for leaders looking to advance, evolve, or uncover “what’s next?”. This Masterclass is a forward-thinking, forward-moving executive education experience.

  • Government Officials, Ambassadors & Diplomatics
  • CEO’s, Business Executives and Manager
  • Entrepreneurs and Corporate Executives, for leaders looking to advance.
  • Senior-level leaders at large companies who are inspired to innovate.
  • Senior-level leaders at growth companies who are challenged to scale.
  • Seasoned and influential executives who are motivated to make a difference.
  • Business professionals at all levels of experience

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Course Overview:

This course offers practical, in-depth insights into the principles of effective leadership and guides participants on how to adapt them to your organization. You will learn how to develop leadership and strategic negotiation skills, maximize team productivity, drive breakthrough innovation, and gain a competitive edge for your company. Through hands-on exercises and dynamic discussions, you’ll learn management theories and leadership best practices to help you navigate complex challenges and capitalize on emerging opportunities. From moments of opportunity to times of adversity, the Business Leadership & Strategic Negotiations Masterclass approach equips modern leaders to guide their organizations through any and every challenge.

Course Content:

• Inclusive Leadership
• Creating A Brand Value
• Decision Making & Prioritization
• Building & Leading Teams
• Values & Profits
• Mediating Conflict
• Managing Crisis
• Emotional Intelligence
• Find The Right Investor
• Using Time Effectively
• Preparing for Public Speaking
• Studying Persuasive Speakers
• The Fundamentals of Negotiation
• Inclusive Negotiation
• Planning For Negotiation
• Getting to The Agreement
• Proven Negotiations Strategies & Tactics
• Availability, Escalation, Reciprocation, Contrast Principle, and Big Picture Perspective
• Measuring Success

Who can attend?

This is for leaders looking to advance, evolve, or uncover “what’s next?”. This Masterclass is a forward-thinking, forward- moving executive education experience.
• Government Officials, Ambassadors & Diplomatics
• CEO’s, Business Executives and Manager
• Entrepreneurs and Corporate Executives, for leaders looking to advance
• Senior-level leaders at large companies who are inspired to innovate
• Senior-level leaders at growth companies who are challenged to scale
• Seasoned and influential executives who are motivated to make a difference
• Business professionals at all levels of experience

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Strategic Management and Executive Leadership Development 

 

Strategic Management Overview:

Strategic management explores critically the concepts and processes of business and corporate strategic management. The emphasis will be on how business and corporate strategies are developed and how they are related to each other.

We will explore how business and corporate strategies contribute towards a competitive advantage for the organization and to organizational success criteria such as profitability. A key aim is to develop knowledge and skills to engage in discussions about company strategies and strategic direction and be able to think strategically themselves.

Executive Leadership Overview:

Executive Leadership Development prepares participants to analyze critically, lead confidently, and articulate strategically. The duration program’s structure, over three weekly sessions of on-campus-led content and 1:1 coaching sessions will be shifted – if needed – to a virtual environment. You will be able to apply what you learn to real-world business challenges and put new leadership skills into practice.

The carefully developed curriculum follows Kings College London Professional and Executive Development courses across three key themes: business acumen, innovation, and leadership. You will begin developing leadership style and effectiveness with a proprietary 360º leadership assessment. Throughout the program, you will hone your leadership skills with one-on-one coaching sessions that will keep you engaged and accountable long after you complete the program.

You will work closely with peers and collaborate in small groups with highly motivated colleagues to share business challenges, gain relevant insights, and develop a valuable network that extends far beyond the classroom.

Strategic Management Objectives:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of and appreciation for different types of strategy, the strategic management process, and different approaches to strategic planning.
  • Identify the various stakeholders of the firm and the various mechanisms of corporate governance and understand the impact of both stakeholders and governance on the strategic management process.
  • Understand how the changing economic, political, technological, and social environment impacts the firm and evaluate the various methods used in their analysis.
  • Use simple models to assess the firm’s internal resources and their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Explain conceptual models that are used to evaluate a firm’s competitive position and identify potential sources of competitive advantage.
  • Understand the processes through which strategic change may be introduced and assess the impact of different forms of structure and mechanisms of integration and control.

Executive Leadership Objectives:

  • Strengthen your management acumen and interpersonal skills to build effective teams and successfully navigate challenges.
  • Improve core analytical skills required for approaching business challenges holistically and making better executive decisions.
  • Develop greater awareness of your leadership style and how it’s perceived by others.
  • Enhance your understanding of the critical interface between execution issues and internal and external strategic challenges to Newgiza University.
  • Learn design thinking principles to solve business problems—learn effective ways of designing teams, business operations, change management initiatives, and organizational structures and culture.
  • Practice and improve your leadership with a personalized coaching plan.

Course Outcome: 

By concluding this course, participants would be able to:

  • Improve core analytical skills required for approaching business challenges holistically and making better executive decisions.
  • Develop greater awareness of your leadership style and how it’s perceived by others.
  • Enhance your understanding of the critical interface between execution issues and internal and external strategic challenges.
  • Learn design thinking principles to solve business problems—learn effective ways of designing teams, business operations, change management initiatives, and organizational structures and culture.
  • Practice and improve your leadership with a personalized coaching plan.

Course Content:

Unit 1: What is Executive Leadership?
Unit 2: Leader’s vision and mission – Leadership and Change management
Unit 3: Strategy making process
Unit 4: Stakeholders and Business Ethics
Unit 5: Business Analysis & Business Plan
Unit 6: Strategy Challenges & Strategy Implementations

Who can attend?

  • Mid-level executives with solid work experience and management experience background.
  • Academic/Faculty staff members with leadership High-potential poised and motivated to take on significant managerial responsibility.
  • Individuals who are eager, engaged and inspired to make a positive impact in this program and their workplace environment.

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance.

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HR for Non-HR

 

Course Overview:

Only People can make an organization successful.

Human Resources are one of the most valuable assets and enablers for achieving organizational goals and objectives. How to select, recruit, engage and motivate employees to ensure successful performance while ensuring organizational and cultural fit.

Objectives:

  • Understanding HRM practices.
  • Formulating Core & Functional Competencies.
  • Writing Job Description
  • Conducting Effective Interview.
  • Setting effective Key Performance Indicators.
  • Conducting successful Performance Appraisal Interviews.
  • Design onboarding Process.
  • Conducting Successful Exit Interviews.

Course Content: 

Unit 1: Introduction to HRM and Methods for Job Analysis Data Collection
Unit 2: Competency Framework and Job Description Formulation
Unit 3: Recruitment, Selection & Interview Process
Unit 4: Performance Management Process
Unit 5: Learning & Development Process
Unit 6: Employee Retention & Exit Interview

Who can attend?

Non-HR middle Managers.

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Smile Analysis and Digital Smile Design

 

Mastering esthetics using smile design concepts & application

Course Overview:

The course aims to help every dentist improve his/her skills & join the digital esthetic dentistry world in a simplified yet inclusive course.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to create a photographic portfolio for esthetic analysis and treatment planning.
  • Explore through “smile design” as a concept, principles, analysis & applications.
  • Recognize the difference between conventional versus digital workflow for esthetic planning.
  • Learn the different production methods of the smile design & how to convert a design to a motivational or functional mock-up.
  • Learn about the virtual 3D patient concept.
  • Apply basic training of 3D smile design using exocad software.

Outcome:

During the two-day workshop, each attendee will be able to:

  • Perform a smile analysis & interactive planning for different esthetic rehabilitation cases.
  • Attend live demonstration showing step by step 3D smile design using exocad smile creator.
  • Attend demonstration on the workflow of an esthetic rehabilitation case from scanning, analysis, smile design to 3d printing and mockup fabrication.
  • Establish a plan for a demo esthetic rehabilitation case and perform a 3D smile design using the exocad software.

Course Content:

  • Three theoretical lectures
  • Hands on sheets
  • Hands on interactive planning of different cases
  • Four live demonstrations (scanning, 3d smile design, 3d printing, mockup)
  • Training on the software with one-to-one support

Who can attend?

Postgraduates

Course date:

6 and 7 Feb. 2024

Course Fees:

The fee for the early bird is EGP 3,500 till 1st of Feb. and 4,500 for later.

Register Now: Professional Development Academy (ngu.edu.eg)

For inquiries, please send us an email on pda@ngu.edu.eg

Dr. Doaa Taha

  • Doctoral degree (PhD) in Fixed Prosthodontics, 2017, Department of Fixed Prosthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Ain-Shams University
  • Visiting researcher, medical materials science & technology section, University Hospital Tuebingen, Germany
  • Lecturer, department of “Fixed Prosthodontics”, Faculty of Dentistry New Giza university
  • Lecturer, department of “Fixed Prosthodontics”, Faculty of Dentistry Ain-Shams University
  • Head of “esthetic planning & digital smile design” unit Faculty of Dentistry Ain shams University
  • Head of program of clinical esthetics masters in fixed prosthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry Ain shams University
  • Speaker in several academic facilities, conferences & workshops
  • Several international publications in high-ranking dental international journals
  • Digital smile designer for several academic & private institutions using EXCOCAD 3D module for esthetic rehabilitation cases

The Art of Data Analytics

 

How to use network models to address the main challenges of our Generation?

Course Overview:

The last several years have witnessed major advancements in the development of sensor technologies and data measuring instruments with the goal of collecting various types of data in to be used in various application domains. Although these developments are certainly welcomed, so much left to be done to take full advantage of the data gathered by such technologies. The critical missing component is the lack of impactful data analytics. How to leverage all available raw data to advance scientific domains and industry applications can be considered one of the most exciting scientific challenges of our generation. Such challenges exist in many critical medical, business, engineering, and education applications. In this workshop, we familiarize the participants with the basic concepts of data analytics and introduce them to new data analytics tools using network models. The workshop illustrates how to effectively utilize various types of networks and population-based approaches to analyze complex data and reveal useful relationships in several application domains. We also utilize graph mechanisms to zoom in and out of network models and extract different types of information at various granularity levels. This approach paves the way towards a new direction to develop decision support systems that lead to new discoveries in healthcare, engineering, education, and business applications.

Objectives:

The course objectives and student learning outcomes can be summarized as follow:

  • Introduce the participants to key concepts associate with data and the value of having data-driven cultures in businesses and organizations.
  • Provide an in-depth understanding of the basic concepts of data analytics from the foundational as well as the practical perspectives.
  • Introduce the basic concepts of network modeling and population analysis and how they can be used to model complex data and solve big data problems.
  • Explore the advantages of using data analytics in practical applications and how to define critical domain/business questions that enhance organizational value using data and data analytics.
  • Use a combination of case studies and individual projects to give the workshop participants the opportunity to grasp the main concepts of data analytics and apply them to address practical questions related to their businesses or organizations.

Outcome:

After completing the six modules of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Have a good overall understanding of the main topics related to data and the wide-range concepts associated of data analytics.
  2. Apply ethical principles in the collection and use of data and demonstrate an ability to extract, clean, reshape, and prepare data for analysis.
  3. Learn how to use networks and graphs to model complex data and extract relevant knowledge from available data to support their organizations.
  4. Develop clear understanding of how to formulate data-related business questions and apply various analytical tools to determine the most appropriate answer such questions.
  5. Develop appreciation for data-driven cultures and acquire the basic knowledge for using data-driven decision-making practices.
  6. Apply tools of data analysis to communicate results through reports and/or presentations.

Course Content: 

Unit 1: Introduction to data Literacy: General introduction to key concepts related to data along with the associated classifications and variations.

Unit 2: Introduction to data analytics: Overview of key concepts related to data and analytics with the focus on the impact of adopting data-driven cultures in organizations.

Unit 3: Challenges and opportunities in data analytics: A focus on major challenges facing data analytics and how to address them including data ethics and Privacy; robustness and reproducibility, and overall credibility of data analytics.

Unit 4: Data analytics tools using network models: Introduction to network modeling and how graphs/networks can be used to model complex data and provide a powerful and flexible tool for data analytics.

Unit 5: Case studies to illustrate data analytics tools: how to formulate data-related business questions and how to employ network models and population-based approaches to effectively answer business questions and analyze complex data in several application domains.

Unit 6: Workshop project: With each participant proposing his/her data and application domain, the project focused on how the introduced tools can help every participant extract useful knowledge from the input raw data.

Who can attend?

We are witnessing a revolution in the ability to collect data with various types, formats, technologies, and application domains. In addition, the availability of all sorts of data in public domains makes it possible to take advantage not only of the data locally collected, but also from data collected from groups all over the world. The critical question is how to maximize the benefits of the available data, and how to extract useful knowledge to help advance the mission of various organizations. Hence, it is hard to imagine any business, institute or organization that would not benefit from learning about data analytics. In particular, the following groups would significantly benefit from the proposed data analytics workshop:

  • IT professionals including data analysts, data scientists, database engineers, and software developers.
  • Managers and decision makers in various organizations with access to data that can be used to enhance productivity, practices, or profits in their organizations.
  • Members of development groups or research teams in data-rich organizations such as hospitals, health-care institutions, media companies, and transportation groups.

For inquiries and corporate deals, please send us an email on pda@ngu.edu.eg

Pharmacoeconomics in Healthcare

 

Course Overview:

The healthcare reform and rising costs are driving demand for resources that better inform healthcare decisions. Pharmacoeconomics represents an interdisciplinary set of tools and concepts for assessing the value of everyday decisions made in healthcare settings. This certified course will explore the current state-of-the-art in the economic evaluation of healthcare technologies—specifically cost-effectiveness analysis of pharmaceuticals. It provides you with a comprehensive set of theories, tools, and analytic approaches to understand healthcare markets and systems. Learn how to apply Pharmacoeconomics principles to healthcare practices and policies. Moreover, illustrate different methods for pharmacoeconomic evaluation in healthcare, economic modelling, preference-based measures of health-related quality of life, and the development of coverage and reimbursement policies using cost-effectiveness data. A practical hands-on workshop on different modelling approaches for health technology assessment will be carried on.

Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Characterize the organization, structure, processes, and conduct of health technology assessment.
  • Understand the role of economic evaluation in healthcare decision-making and health policy.
  • Assess the strengths and weaknesses of the different methods for economic evaluation in healthcare.
  • Evaluate approaches to preference-based measures of patient quality of life.
  • Understand cost and outcomes modelling techniques for economic evaluation.
  • Create a decision analysis model using spreadsheet software.
  • Critically evaluate cost-effectiveness studies and develop effective presentations of economic evaluations.
  • Understand the application and design issues of budget impact analysis.
  • Evaluate the role of thresholds, decision rules, and innovative financial access agreements by health technology assessment agencies in the current environment.
  • Understand reference pricing and its implications.

Course Content:

  • Principles of Pharmacoeconomics
  • Methods for Cost Evaluation
  • Types of Economic Evaluation in Healthcare
  • Health-related Quality of Life and Preferences
  • Framing Economic Evaluations and Decision Analysis
  • Markov Models and Uncertainty Evaluation
  • Budget Impact Analysis – A 6-Step Approach
  • Innovative Market Access Agreement
  • Pharmaceutical Pricing Policy
  • Health Policy

Who can attend?

This program is designed to complement the healthcare professionals with the necessary skills to make decisions in:

  • Hospitals, public and private health centers
  • Public bodies responsible for managing and/or funding pharmaceuticals and health services
  • Private health insurance companies
  • Pharmaceutical companies and companies related to the distribution of medicines
  • Consultancy and advisory firms related to the health sector
  • Healthcare purchase or provider organizations

For inquiries and corporate deals, please send us an email on pda@ngu.edu.eg

Pharmacotherapy Preparatory Review and Recertification Course

 

Course Overview:

Pharmacotherapy ensures the safe, appropriate, and economical use of medications as part of the interprofessional treatment teams in a variety of settings, including hospitals and health systems. There is more than 29,400 Board of pharmacy specialties (BPS) Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialists worldwide till the end of 2021.

Becoming a BPS board certified enables pharmacists to:

  • Provide more comprehensive and complex patient care.
  • Be prepared to step into a pharmacy’s evolving position on the multidisciplinary treatment team.
  • Experience increased recognition by other healthcare professionals, employers, patients, and insurers; and
  • Improve their standing in a competitive employment market.

The BPS Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) program is a credential for pharmacists who are:

  • Preparing for the Board of Pharmacy Specialties certification examination in Pharmacotherapy.
  • Seeking a general review and refresher on disease states and therapeutics. 

Program Content:

  1. Pharmacokinetics 
  2. Men’s and Women’s Health 
  3. Pediatrics 
  4. Geriatrics 
  5. Policy, Practice, and Regulatory Issues 
  6. Biostatistics
  7. Study Designs: Fundamentals, Interpretation, and Research Topics 
  8. Chronic Care in Cardiology 
  9. Acute Care in Cardiology 
  10. Infectious Diseases  
  11. Neurology 
  12. General Psychiatry 
  13. Fluids, Electrolytes, and Nutrition 
  14. Critical Care 
  15. Anticoagulation 
  16. Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders 
  17. Oncology Supportive Care 
  18. Gastrointestinal Disorders 
  19. Nephrology 
  20. Pulmonary Disorders and Adult Immunizations 

Program Goals:

1. To present a high-quality, up-to-date overview of disease states and therapeutics.

2. To provide a framework to help attendees prepare for the specialty certification examination in pharmacotherapy.

3. To offer participants an effective learning experience using a case-based approach with a strong focus on the thought processes needed to solve patient care problems in each therapeutic area. 

4. To provide the students with a complete simulation of the exam environment through the MOCK exam.

5. To offer placement visits to much reputable health system institutes all over Egypt to enrich the theoretical background with real cases scenarios.

Who can attend? 

  1. Senior pharmacy undergraduate students
  2. Pharmacy graduates 
  3. Researchers and Postdoc fellows 
  4. Community pharmacists
  5. Hospital pharmacists
  6. Hospital administrators
  7. Pharmacists preparing for the Board of Pharmacy Specialties Certification Examination in Pharmacotherapy.
  8. Graduates seeking an academic job offer in schools of pharmacy.
  9. Graduates looking for a job in the clinical pharmacy departments of hospitals.

Learning Style:

  •   On-Campus and Online.

Certificate: 

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance.

For inquiries, please send us an email on pda@ngu.edu.eg

 

The Basic Principles of Minor Oral Surgery Course

 

Course Overview:

The course aims to help every dentist improve his basic skills in diagnosis and management of minor oral surgery techniques and principles in the day-to-day clinical practice.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to evaluate minor oral surgical situations and emergencies.
  • Formulate the proper treatment plan for dental impactions and management of soft tissue pathologies.
  • Learn the various types of flaps, suturing and basic atraumatic surgical techniques in management of all types of surgical extraction.
  • Management of dental emergencies
  • How to take different types of biopsy.
  • Learn the basic principles of management in cases of trauma and intermaxillary fixation.
  • Interpretation of the various types of radiographic views related to Oral and maxillofacial surgery and its interpretation.
  • The Surgical and non- surgical management of maxillary sinus infections and pathology
  • The management of all types of odontomes and remaining roots through knowing the principles of using elevators and atraumatic tissue handling

Course Content (seven hours per session for the duration of five consecutive days):

  • 4 theoretical lectures
  • Hands on various suturing techniques
  • Hands on radiographic imaging, analysis and planning of dental impactions using CBCT
  • Hands on Maxillomandibular fixation in cases of trauma
  • Hands on animal head for the various surgical procedures
  • Clinical hands-on patients

Outcome:

During the five-day workshop each attendee will be able to:

  • Formulate an accurate line of treatment in management of Dental impaction.
  • Perform all types of suturing.
  • Interpret all the radiographic modalities related to Oral surgery and daily dental practice.
  • Master the basics of diagnosis and evaluation of CBCT and its surgical related applications in dental impactions.
  • Apply the various types of flaps on animal head.
  • Master the use of different types of dental elevators and surgery instruments.
  • Clinical application on a patient.

Who can attend?

Postgraduates

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance.

For inquiries, please send us an email on pda@ngu.edu.eg

Mohamed Mokhtar Khashaba

Assistant Professor, department of “Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery”, Faculty of Dentistry, New Giza university and Cairo University·

  • Doctoral degree (PhD) in Oral &Maxillofacial Surgery, 2013, Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Cairo University
  • Speaker in several academic facilities, conferences & oral surgery workshops
  • Several international publications in high-ranking dental international journals
  • Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, 2008.

Mastering Public Speaking

 

Course Overview:

A carefully crafted talk can be the key to unlocking empathy, stirring excitement, spreading knowledge, and promoting a shared dream. In this course, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to use public speaking to share powerful ideas. You will learn how to build your confidence, and establish rapport with the audience, all while practicing and delivering presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. Upon completing this course, you’ll be ready to structure your own talk and deliver it memorably to an audience.

Objectives: 

  • Speak publicly in a convincing, confident, and concise style and deliver dynamic and effective presentations.
  • Sharpen your public speaking skills by providing real-time feedback on the presentation skills.
  • Raise the ability to recognize areas of personal development.
  • Provide tips to use one’s own talents to build a unique selling feature for oneself.
  • Build the capability to creatively choose and use visual aids that suit the subject.
  • Build audience rapport through eye contact, vocal delivery, and body language.
  • Create reference materials that support a compelling speech.
  • Understand the requisites of a great speech and a phenomenal presentation.
  • Provide the ability to cater to one’s grooming, self-image and body language.
  • Prepare content delivery techniques keeping the audience in mind.
  • Work on language and words in advance and keep the content simple and relevant.
  • Increase the ability to identify techniques to build engagement.
  • Work on one’s fears and triggers.
  • Overcome stress by the effective use of stress-management techniques.

Outcomes:

Training Methodology:

This course is designed to be highly interactive, using a mix of case studies, role-play exercises, self-assessment questionnaires, presentations and group activities and discussions. It presents an opportunity for
you to practice the skills taught using a variety of hands-on exercises that stress participation and that reinforce and build on the comprehensive course materials. This training methodology allows you to significantly improve your public speaking and presentation skills. The feedback is given to each and every course participant. You will continue learning and face new challenges with after-course one-on-one instructor coaching.

Organizational Impact:

  • As employees become effective speakers, their performance will reflect positively for your business.
    They will become positive ambassadors for your brand.
  • Rise in their earning potential on behalf of your organization.
  • Greater credibility for the individual and your organization.
  • Increased demand for business with your organization in the market.
  • Accuracy in presentation delivery means no confusion over important business communication.
  • Market credibility increase as a result of stakeholder recommendations.
  • Improved individual performance and sense of esteem for the organization.
  • Lower attrition as individuals feel invested in, listened to, valued and motivated.

Personal Impact:

  • A whole new view of the world of Public Speaking.
  • A clear understanding of the approach to making Presentations purposeful and effective.
  • Increased self-awareness of one’s ability to communicate in front of a large audience.
  • Access to examples, videos and practice sessions exclusively owned and run by Zoe Talent Solutions.
  • Ability to identify one’s area of opportunity to recognize and correct common errors in speech.
  • The techniques to work on building self-confidence.
  • A sense of accomplishment and pursuit of excellence in similar endeavors.
  • Overall improvement in an individual’s self-esteem and performance.
  • The ability to role-model this skill in the organization for subordinates to learn from and imitate.

Course Content:

Know Your Audience

  •  Importance of KYA Analysis
  •  How to Identify your Target Audience
  •  Types of Audiences
  •  The Iceberg Model

Introduction to Public Speaking

  • Principles of Public Speaking
  • Elements of Public Speaking
  • Ethos, Logos and Pathos

Introduction to Presentation Skills

  • Presentation Pre-work
  • Creative Presentations
  • Elements of a Good Presentation

Delivering the Content – “The Message”

  • Designing Audience-Centric Content
  • Defining Personal Fears and Triggers
  • Overcoming Fears
  • Tips to Exhibit Confidence
  • How to Stay in Control of your Content

Managing Stress | Before & During Your Presentation

  • Identify Stress Cues
  • Transform Stress to Confidence
  • The Role of Preparation and Planning
  • Impact of Positive Self-Affirmations
  • Conscious Competence Matrix Model

Rapport Building | Connect with Your Audience

  • Rapport Building in Public Speaking
  • Why Rapport Matters
  • Simple Ways to Improve Rapport
  • Rapport and Vulnerability

Visual Aids in Presentations

  • Types of Visual Aids
  • Use and Practicality of Visual Aids
  • Preparing Visual Aids
  • Guidelines to Present Visual Aids

Tone and Body Language in Presentation

  • First Impressions
  • Creating an Impact through your Voice
  • Aspects of Effective Speaking
  • Constructing Meaningful Sentences
  • Employing Recommendable Body Language

Who can attend? 

  • CEO’s, Business Executives and Managers
  • Government officials and officials involved in administration in government sectors.
  • Diplomats and Politicians
  • Project Managers, Assistant Managers, Individuals who need to address an audience.
  • Leaders of teams, small businesses, large enterprises
  • Self-employed trainers, artists, large-group facilitators
  • Aspiring Motivational Speakers, Vloggers, Social Media influencers
  • Journalists and Executives in News Agencies
  • Administration executives responsible for making suggestions to the business.
  • Executives who are in Business Development roles.
  • Trainers, teaching staff, educators and administrators responsible for communicating to large forums of people.
  • Human Resource Executives responsible for employee induction, town-halls etc.
  • Hospital staff and support staff in volunteer camps who need to make presentations.
  • Ambitious Business professionals at all levels of experience
  • Any other professional who would like to work on their public speaking and presentation skills.

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance and participation.

For inquiries and corporate deals, please send us an email on pda@ngu.edu.eg

Mastering Communication Skills

 

Course Overview:

Effective communication is the basis for building positive and productive working relationships with your coworkers, clients and professional colleagues. This courses course offers the opportunity to develop skills that will serve you throughout your career and help you to connect effectively with others in the workplace. You will leave this course with a richer and deeper understanding, and an improved practical ability to control and add value through the communication across a range of scenarios and contexts.

Objectives: 

  • The understanding of the essential components of effective communication.
  • Real-time feedback on the language structure, tone and non-verbal nuances.
  • The ability to recognize flaws in your own communication style.
  • Capability to practice recommended methods for effective communication and make personal improvements.
  • Understanding of the importance of effective communication personally and professionally.
  • Express ideas fluently through conversation.
  • Use the words, tone and posture to match the objective of their communication successfully.
  • Techniques to build rapport easily.
  • Use assertiveness to bring out the best in one’s communication.

Outcomes:

Organizational Impact:

  • More professionalism in communication, helping maintain the brand values of your organization.
  • Greater credibility and respect for the individual and the organization.
  • Increased recommendation of your organization in the market on public forums.
  • The decrease in disappointed customers and disagreements over instructions and ambiguous communication.
  • Market credibility increases because of stakeholder recommendations for your employees’ communication skills.
  • Improved individual performance and sense of esteem for the organization.
  • More rapport building, better teamwork.
  • Lower attrition as individuals feel invested in, listened to, valued and motivated.

Personal Impact:

  • A clear understanding of the role and importance of effective communication.
  • Increased self-awareness of one’s ability to communicate at all times.
  • Access to examples, videos and practice sessions exclusively owned and run by Zoe Talent Solutions.
  • Ability to identify one’s area of opportunity to recognize and correct common mistakes in communication.
  • Understanding the effect and impact of not maintaining assertiveness in communication.
  • A sense of accomplishment contributing to a steady application of all aspects learnt in this course.
  • Overall improvement in individual performance.
  • The ability to role-model this skill in the organization for subordinates to learn from and imitate.

Course Content 

Introduction to Effective Communication

  • The Characteristics of an Effective Communicator
  • Barriers to Communication
  • Communication Self-Assessment
  • Elements of Effective Communication

Core Components of Effective Communication

  • Verbal Communication
  • Importance of the Tone
  • Non-Verbal Communication

Effective Verbal Communication

  • What You Say Matters
  • Effect and Impact of Power Words
  • Positive Communication
  • Words for Success
  • Words to Avoid

Vocal Impact

  • Introduction | The “How” of Effective Communication
  • Pronunciation and Syllable Stress
  • Common Grammatical Errors
  • Construct Effective Sentences
  • Word Stress for Vocal Impact

Non-Verbal Communication

  • Introduction | Body Language
  • Elements of Non-Verbal Communication
  • Do’s and Don’t
  • Interpretation of Various Body Signals
  • Recommended Postures for Workplace Communication

Role of Listening in Communication

  • Introduction | Listening
  • The Impact of Listening on Communication
  • The Levels of Listening
  • How to Display Effective Listening
  • Cross-cultural Communication

Credibility, Ethics and Culture in Communication

  • Developing Credibility
  • Ethical Communication
  • Cross Cultural Communication

Who can attend? 

  • CEOs, Presidents, Vice-presidents and Senior Management who may need to communicate with internal and
    external stakeholders every day.
  • Team Leaders and Quality Coaches of Knowledge and Business Processing Offices.
  • Marketing and Sales managers who represent the organizational brand at all times.
  • Administration executives responsible for client-facing portfolios.
  • Associates who communicate with clients on a regular basis.
  • Trainers, teaching staff, educators and administrators responsible for interacting with students and faculty.
  • Human Resource Managers, Executives and Leaders responsible for employee engagement, and organizational
    development.
  • Government officials responsible for communication and administration in government sectors.
  • Ambitious professionals who would like to improve their spoken communication at an advanced level.
  • Young Managers who are looking to improve their communication skills to help them advance to the next
    professional level.

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance and participation.

For inquiries and corporate deals, please send us an email on pda@ngu.edu.eg

 

 

 

 

 

FASHION DESIGN 101

 

Course Overview:

In this course students will start to understand the Female Fashion Figure Basics, and 9 Heads Proportion of the body, and then the rules of the body movement “Shoulder & Waist “and the effects of this rules on the fabrics movement Introduction to the Stylization and exaggeration, 3-Dimensional shaping. Also explore a variety of basic garment elements details found on both tops and bottoms garments and understand the basics of the flat technique drawing and the basic process of designing a fashion collection.

Objectives:

• To focus understanding on basics of the 9 Heads Proportion.
• To develop a basic understanding of the rules of the body movement.
• To develop a basic understanding of the rules of the garment or fabric movement according to the body movement.
• To offer different perspectives of fashion illustration Stylization and exaggeration techniques.
• To develop a basic understanding of design process and color theory
• To develop more professional drawing, designing and coloring techniques.
• To develop a basic understanding of the process of designing a women’s wear collection based on source of inspiration.

Learning Outcome:

• Identifying the basic the fashion figure and garments drawing.
• Identifying the basics of design and color theory.
• Begun to employ both the pauses and the outfit to enhance the fashion design elements and details.
• Demonstrate the basic skills required to drawing and shading.
• Produce a basic fashion figure with different pauses template.
• Fundamental skills required to flat drawing.
• Demonstrate the basic skills required to coloring.
• Produce a casual and evening fashion collection.

 

Course Content:

Lecture # Description
 

 

1

• Introduction to the Female Fashion Figure…Basic Shape, 9 Heads Proportion of the body, Shoulder & Waist movement, Weigh Shift, Stylization and exaggeration, 3-Dimensional shaping.

• 9 heads figure with measurements and. Blending Lines and shaping of the Body (HW: practicing the same for a test in the class)

 

2

• Small test of the 9 Heads Figure and exaggeration of the basic Figure into a Fashion Figure using the cutting and pasting with spaces technique. (HW: To practice the emo techniques at home)
 

 

3

• Figure Collage using various postures (HW:5 postures for collage at home using references of real fashion models)

• Studying different postures of the Fashion Figure using Magazines and tracing paper and create your own stylized poses of the figure for future reference

 

4

• Study different Faces from direct observation and secondary sources (H.W: Using references to make variations creating your own selective fashion faces and hairstyles).
 

 

5

• Color Wheel Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Colors. Tints and Shades (HW: To continue the color Wheel at home)

• Finishing the Color Wheel. Choose a figure from the collage assignment to blend and shape and further stylize by creating your own designs using design elements like Necklines, Collars and skirts.

 

 

6

• Refer to the “Encyclopedia of Fashion details” and Design5 outfits on the Blended Figures using tracing paper (HW: Transfer the Figures and Designs on 300gm A3 Fabiano sheet)

• Demonstration for students Fashion Illustration and introduction to technical flat drawings.

Lecture # Description
7 • Explanation of a Mood Board and demonstration of illustrations from the Mood Board of Pleats, Gathers and Drapes. (HW: To make a mood board for Pleats, Gathers and Drapes).

• Checking the Mood Boards and the students get ready for research sketches regarding Pleats gathers and drapes (HW: 3 colored illustrations for each Pleats Gathers and drapes with technical flat drawings).

8 • Demonstration for various patterns of Lace and illustration. (HW: To make a Mood Board on Lace and design variation).

• To choose the designs from the sketches for coloring in

the class (HW: To finish the assignment with the technical drawings)

9 • Demonstration for Denim Jeans (HW: To make a Mood Board for Jeans and scribbles).

• To choose designs for Denim Jeans for continuing coloring the illustrations under observation (HW: To finish the assignment

10 • Demonstration of illustration for a costume using leather and fur based on a character (HW: To make a mood board and do scribbles from the mood board).

• Finalizing the designs and coloring them in the class

(HW: To finish the technical flat drawings of the illustrations).

11 • Demonstration of Embroidery and Embellishment with Chiffon using various techniques (HW: To make a mood board with regards to embroideries and embellishments with shear fabric and to do scribbles).

• Review of the rough sketches along with the mood board for coloring the illustrations (HW: To complete the technical Flat drawings of the colored illustrations).

12 • Demonstration of a Bridal wear design on white Paper (HW: To make a mood board and Bridal wear design on white paper with Technical flat drawing).

• Demonstration for Bridal Wear on Colored Paper (HW: To make a Bridal wear design on colored Paper with a technical flat drawing).

13 • Discussing individual Themes for the Collection and providing the breakdown of 20 Designs with Back Views and Technical Flats (HW: To make Mood Boards & bring reference images along with a write up).
14 • Reviewing Mood Boards. Fixing postures for students’ collection layout and working on initial scribbles (HW: to work on the Faces, hairstyles and fashion figures for the collection).

 

15 • Choosing the designs and finishing first 4 illustrations for the Capsule Collection (HW: to finish the Technical Flat drawing
16 • Choosing the designs and finishing overall 8 illustrations for the Capsule Collection (HW: to finish the Technical Flat
17 • Choosing the designs and finishing overall 12 illustrations for the Capsule Collection (HW: to finish the Technical Flat drawings).
18 • Choosing the designs and finishing overall 16 illustrations for the Capsule Collection (HW: to finish the Technical Flat
19 • Choosing the designs and finishing overall 20 illustrations for the Capsule Collection (HW: to finish the Technical Flat
20 • Submission of the portfolio and overall review with critical analysis and assessment of each student progress.

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance.

For inquiries, please send us an email on pda@ngu.edu.eg

 

AI in Healthcare

 

Course Overview:

Artificial intelligence (AI) has transformed industries around the world and has the potential to radically alter the field of healthcare. Imagine being able to analyze data on patient visits to the clinic, medications prescribed, lab tests, and procedures performed, as well as data outside the health system — such as social media, purchases made using credit cards, census records, Internet search activity logs that contain valuable health information, and you’ll get a sense of how AI could transform patient care and diagnoses.

In this mini course, we’ll discuss the current and future applications of AI in healthcare with the goal of learning to bring AI technologies into the clinic safely and ethically.

This course is designed for healthcare providers to be able to cooperate with computer science professionals, offering insights to facilitate collaboration between the disciplines towards bringing AI technology into healthcare institutions.

Course Content:

  • Day 1: Introduction to Healthcare systems and their challenges

In our first day we explore the fundamentals of healthcare systems. We introduce the principal institutions and participants in healthcare systems, explain what they do, and discuss the interactions between them. We will cover physician practices, hospitals, pharmaceuticals, and insurance and financing arrangements. We will also discuss the challenges of healthcare cost management, quality of care, and access to care.

  • Day 2: Clinical Data to the Rescue

This part brings data to the healthcare scene and introduces a framework for successful and ethical medical data mining. We will explore the variety of clinical data collected during the delivery of healthcare. We will learn to construct analysis-ready datasets and apply computational procedures to answer clinical questions. We will also explore issues of fairness and bias that may arise when we leverage healthcare data to make decisions about patient care.

  • Days 3 and 4: Machine Learning for Healthcare

Machine learning and artificial intelligence hold the potential to transform healthcare and open up a world of incredible promise. But we will never realize the potential of these technologies unless all stakeholders have basic competencies in both healthcare and machine learning concepts and principles.

During days 3 and 4, we will introduce the fundamental concepts and principles of machine learning as it applies to medicine and healthcare. We will explore machine learning approaches, medical use cases, metrics unique to healthcare, as well as best practices for designing, building, and evaluating machine learning applications in healthcare. This will be a very high-level introduction to the machine learning fundamentals tailored to medical students and focusing on healthcare problems.

  •  Day 5: Evaluations of AI Applications in Healthcare

With artificial intelligence applications proliferating throughout the healthcare system, stakeholders are faced with both opportunities and challenges of these evolving technologies. This part explores the principles of AI deployment in healthcare and the framework used to evaluate downstream effects of AI healthcare solutions. The main goal at the end of the week is to give our medical students the opportunity to think of possible AI solutions to real healthcare problems and be able to evaluate the effect of deploying them with quantifiable measures.

Course Assessment: 

A research assignment (group or individual) should be submitted at the end of the course. The student(s) should find a healthcare problem and show possible solution(s) using AI applying the concepts learned during the course. We could also give them a couple of mini formative assignments throughout the week to help them.

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOS):

A student who successfully completes this mini course will have the ability to:

1. Analyze challenges and risks facing modern healthcare systems.

2. Bring data ethically and efficiently to the healthcare scene to answer questions and solve challenges facing modern healthcare.

3. Appreciate the potential of AI and Machine learning to harness the power of clinical data towards better healthcare systems.

4. Discuss and cooperate with information technology professionals to bring AI into the healthcare scene.

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance.

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NEXT LEVEL ENDODONTICS

 

Course Overview:

This 3-week course covers:

  • All technical aspects of endodontic treatment.
  • Hands-on and live demonstration under the surgical operating microscope.

Objectives:

The aim of this 3-week course is to fully understand the basic and advanced biological and mechanical principles in endodontic treatment.

Outcome:

By concluding this course, participants will be able the participants to perform all the endodontic steps with visual aids.

Course Content:

4-day preclinical lectures and workshops, from 9am-4pm:

  • Day 1: Lectures + Demo Hands-on workshop (9 a.m-4p.m)
  • Day 2: Lectures + Demo Hands-on workshop (9a.m-4p.m)
  • Day 3: Lectures + Demo Hands-on workshop (9a.m-4p.m)
  • Day 4: Lectures + Demo Hands-on workshop (9a.m-4p.m)

10 clinical days in NGU clinics, from 9am-3pm daily.

Who can attend?

Interns and fresh graduates

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance.

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Prof. Shaimaa Gawdat:

BDS, Msc, PHD

Professor of Endodontics- Faculty of dentistry- Cairo university.

Head of endodontic division, New Giza University.

Prof. Nada Omar:

BDS, Msc, PHD

Associate Professor of Endodontics- National Research Center.

Associate Professor of Endodontics, New Giza University.

Prof. Sherif El Khodary:

BDS, Msc, PHD

Associate Professor of Endodontics- Faculty of dentistry- Cairo university.

Associate Professor of Endodontics, New Giza University

Prof. Ahmed Negm:

BDS, Msc, PHD

Associate Professor of Endodontics, New Giza University.

Former head of Endodontic division Ahram Canadian University

 

Teaching assistants:

Dr.Tarek Seniour:

BDS, Msc., PhD candidate, Ain Shams University.

Member of American Association of Endodontists.

Assistant lecturer of Endodontics, New Giza University

Ahmed Adel Soliman:

BDS, Msc., PhD candidate, Cairo University.

MFDS RCSEd.

Assistant lecturer of Endodontics, New Giza University

Hassan Amr Kamel:

BDS, Msc., PhD candidate, Ain Shams University.

Assistant lecturer of Endodontics, New Giza University

Dr.Mina Mekhail:

BDS, Msc candidate, Cairo University.

Teaching assistant of Endodontics, New Giza University

Statistical Data Analysis with Stata

 

Course Overview: 

Stata is a statistical software package that has been widely adopted by academics and researchers in most disciplines, particularly in the social and natural sciences. Stata provides a broad range of Statistics in addition to being extremely user-friendly and having internet capabilities. The course will provide a comprehensive introduction to Statistics and its applications on Stata. The aim of the course is to train course participants to use Stata in analyzing different types of statistical analyses.  

Course participants will learn how to utilize several techniques through Stata under four primary sections. In Section 1, an overview of Stata and Statistics will be presented, along with data sources and types, basic housekeeping, data management, and data manipulation. Section 2 will demonstrate descriptive statistics for both qualitative and quantitative variables, containing tables, graphs, and summary measures. Section 3 will cover inferential statistics, including hypothesis testing in particular parametric, non-parametric and associational relationships tests. The final section, Section 4, will deal with regression analysis, including different types of regression models such as linear, binary and probit models; regression assumptions such as normality, heteroscedasticity of residuals, multicollinearity, linearity, etc. 

Objectives:

  • Introduce and expose participants to terms and concepts in Statistics.  
  • Help participants to investigate the interface of Stata. 
  • Help participants to manage and manipulate data with Stata. 
  • Introduce participants to several statistical analyses, including descriptive, inferential, and regression analyses. 
  • Help participants to deal and analyze real datasets using Stata as well as have the chance to apply what they learn in class exercises.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:  

  • Understand and appropriately use statistical terms and concepts. 
  • Become familiar with the different approaches of statistical analysis, including descriptive, inferential, and regression analyses. 
  • Apply the statistical analysis approaches in real-life applications with Stata. 
  • Analyze data with Stata in a simple, fast, and accurate manner along with presenting and interpreting results.

Course Content:

Unit 1: Introduction to Statistical Concepts and Stata.  

Unit 2: Data Management and Manipulation with Stata. 

Unit 3: Descriptive Analysis for Qualitative and Qualitative Data using Stata (Tables, Graphs and Summary Measures). 

Unit 4: Inferential Analysis using Stata (Parametric, Non-Parametric and Associational Relationships Tests). 

Unit 5: Regression Analysis using Stata (Linear, Binary and Probit Regression Models). 


Who can attend?

The course is designed for: 

  • Beginner-level participants who have no prior knowledge or very little experience with Stata and statistical analysis, including students, researchers, and other professionals.  
  • Non-statisticians who intend to learn how to manage and analyze data using Stata. 
  • Anyone involved in data management and data analysis.

Certificate:

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance. 

COURSE DURATION 

The course will start on Sunday 15th of October 2023, three sessions of three hours each week, held on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.  

Course Fees:

EGP 2,500 

 

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MARKETING RESEARCH AT A GLANCE

COURSE OVERVIEW

To give attendees a detailed idea on the marketing research process in the pharmaceutical industry

OBJECTIVES

  • Definition of Marketing Research
  • Role of marketing research for the pharma companies
  • Marketing research methodologies
  • Steps of marketing reach process

LEARNING OUTCOME

By concluding this course, participants will be able to identify when to use marketing research as an exercise to support in decision making.

They can think of the best methodology to conduct marketing research.

 

COURSE CONTENT (Four – hours weekly sessions for the duration of 3 days)

Unit 1: Definition of Marketing Research

Unit 2: Role of marketing research in decision making in the pharma industry

Unit 3: Qualitative and quantitative research (questionnaire design)

Unit 4: Field work – Data collection

Unit 5: Reporting (story telling)

Unit 6: Conclusion and Recommendations

CERTIFICATE

Certificates will be granted to participants based on full course attendance.

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Last Year Pharmacy Students
  • Fresh graduates
  • Pharmacists with up to 2-3 years of work experience as medical reps who are looking for pursuing a marketing career path.

REQUIREMENTS

Attendance of the 2 full days of training

Presenting a final report of a research exercise (in groups)

COURSE FEES

2500 EGP

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