Manama: Under the patronage of the President of Customs, Shaikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Bin Ali Al-Khalifa, the Customs Affairs held a graduation ceremony the other day for the third foundational customs course for military personnel for the year 2013.
Marking the occasion, the President of the Customs expressed his thanks and appreciation for the efforts of all trainers in training the new staff and rehabilitating them to work in the customs.
Shaikh Mohammed also congratulated the graduates and urged them to exert their utmost efforts in serving their homeland, its security and stability, wishing them more success and progress in their careers for the interest of Kingdom of Bahrain, asserting that the outcomes of the training programme were fruitful, and consistent with the strategic plan adopted by the Customs Affairs in developing the human cadres.
The President of the Customs highlighted that the course which included the participation of 63 new staff, included explanation of the value of customs, the risk management, the intellectual property rights, the body language, and procedures for customs inspection, in addition to the field visits to the work sites at the customs exists, that work in turn on the preparation and the creation of new staff to engage in customs work.
At the end of the ceremony, Shaikh Mohammed honoured the outstanding and distributed certificates among them, in addition to honouring the training committee supervising the training, in recognition of their pioneering role in the distinctive preparation of the new staff, and their efforts in developing the training and practical programmes.
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