Col. Tayser Abdallah, the Deputy for Military Affairs, opened a "Military Exercises and Skills for the Fourth Year Students", in cooperation with the Palestinian Directorate of the Civil Defense, in Jericho Governorate, on Sunday 22th of December 2019.
Col. Abdallah thanked Maj. Gen. Yousef Nassar, the Director-General of the Palestinian Civil Defense, and the staff of the Directorate for their efforts in conducting the training course, pointing out that Al-Istiqlal University and the Civil Defense have the same as part of the Palestinian Security Institution, which works to serve the homeland and the Palestinian citizen, advising the students about the importance of commitment and discipline, to enhance and develop their skills.
Furthermore, he said that Al-Istiqlal will open a diploma in the field of Civil Defense, presenting proposal for the Civil Defense Directorate searching the possibility to include Al-Istiqlal University in its annual training plan to promote, develop and qualify the students’ skills, which will contribute in the efficiency of their work in the Palestinian Security Institution after graduation, besides discussing the possibility of holding the First Aid Course for all students to be highly qualified in dealing with the military missions in the future while working in the Security Institution.
For his part, Lt. Col. Mustafa Niyaz, a member of the Palestinian Civil Defense Directorate - Research and Rescue Center, welcomed Col. Salman Tayser Abdallah and the officers accompanied him, noting the flexibility of the training program and the acquired skills in the topics of how to make and approve decisions, the work of the firefighters and their tasks, and how to transfer the injured to the safe place, welcoming to include Al-Istiqlal University in the annual plan of the Directorate and implementing the First Aid Course for the students.
It is noteworthy to mention that Al-Istiqlal University has distributed the graduates on the different centers of the Palestinian Security Institution to raise their practical levels and skills.