Qatar Officials warns job field workers
The Ministry of Education and Higher Education announced to take legal action against violators of Law No. 18 of 2015 and Ministerial Decree No. 10 of 2017 on practising of educational services by educational centres and training, teachers and trainers.
The Ministry warned the public against receiving services from educational and training centres that do not have a valid educational or training licence, including educational centres and educational and administrative training centres, Computer training, special needs education training centres, language education and training centres, mental sports centres, and visual arts centres.
The Ministry also warned against receiving services from educational and administrative consulting offices and centres of all kinds, pointing out that these offices do not have an educational/training licence from them to practise any of the activities of education and training.
Moreover, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education warned against dealing with teachers and trainers who do not have official licences and approvals from the competent authorities, and warned that those who violated the law and the ministerial decision referred to were subject to penalties in each of them.