05 Apr Promoting Cultural Awareness in the UAE for the Holy Month of Ramadan
Eton Institute hosts a free workshop to familiarize the expat community with essential Ramadan etiquette.
Dubai, 5th April 2018 – The UAE is stated to have the 7th highest migration rate in the world, with nearly 90% of the total population comprising of expatriates. Consequently, there is an increasing number of new expats in the country with limited free events to learn about the local culture, traditions, and language.
This Ramadan, Eton Institute is conducting a 2-hour Free Ramadan Etiquette Workshop to help expatriates understand the significance of Ramadan in a Muslim country. The Holy Month is a particularly important time in the Islamic calendar and Muslims across the globe fast from dawn to sunset, practice self-discipline and engage in self-reflection during this period.
Tudor Totoescu, Business Learning Success Manager at Eton Institute, commented, “We are happy to conduct a Free Ramadan Etiquette Workshop once again, offering the expatriate community an opportunity to enrich their cultural knowledge and learn more about the Holy Month of Ramadan.”
“Our aim as an institute is to empower individuals with communication skills that will benefit them personally and professionally. Learning proper Ramadan etiquette and key Arabic phrases through the workshop will help attendees create better work relationships and feel more comfortable and confident interacting in the Middle East.”, he added.
The workshop takes place on 25th April 2018 (Wednesday) from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Dubai Knowledge Park, Conference Hall. To learn more, visit: https://etoninstitute.com/event/ramadan-etiquette-workshop