AMMAN: For the second straight year, the Supreme Education Council has given Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization (TAG-Org) the responsibility to interview applicants for schoolteachers
The recruitment process includes e-exams on the Council’s website and interviews to be conducted by experts from the Supreme Education Council.
Salah Abou Osbeh, TAG-Org Executive Director for Education and Training, said that TAG-Org offices in Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, and Jordan carry out the recruitment for applicants, including exams and interviews with teachers wishing to work in Qatar. The number of these teachers is more than 3,000.
“We are really proud to be part of the Qatari Supreme Education Council’s success in the field of education and honoured by their trust in our system,” Abou Osbeh said.
The Supreme Education Council is responsible for all publicly-funded pre-schools, schools and the administration of higher education. It was set up by an Emiri decree no 37 in November 2002. It plays a important role in the development and implementation of education reforms. The Peninsula