Under the patronage of Qatar Emiri Guard Commander Major General Hazza bin Khalil Al Shahwani, the Emiri Guard School at Barzan camp celebrated on Sunday the graduation of seven courses, namely: Protective Intelligence Training No. 3, Security and VIP Protection No. 76, self-defense No. 9, Rapid Intervention No. 5, Trainer Development course No. 1, warrant officers qualifying course No. 5, and the constituent signal course No. 3.
The ceremony was attended by Emiri Guard Deputy Commander, the Inspector General, assistant commanders of the Emiri Guard, a number of Heads of Departments and Officers from the Emiri Air Force, the Emiri Land Force and the Military Police, and Officers from the State of Kuwait.
Major Saud Zaqlan Al Shammari from the Emiri Guard School delivered a speech during the ceremony in which he welcomed the attendees, stressing that the school is always keen to raise the level of training courses, according to the directives of the Emiri Guard Command, Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported.
He said these courses are specialized in Emiri Guard duties, adding that the participants were trained on various skills.
Major Al Shammari explained that intelligence protection training course is one of the important courses designed to train participants on how to put security plans for the VIP protection through the study of all the possibilities and expected threats.
The trainees presented several shows, including self-defense methods and VIP protection exercises.
Furthermore, HE Major General Hazza bin Khalil Al Shahwani honored the graduates and urged them to exert more efforts, wishing them success in their lives.
At the end of the ceremony, the Commander of the Emiri Guard School Lieutenant-Colonel Mubarak Battal Hassan Al Otaibi presented a commemorative gift to the Commander of the Emiri Guard.
This was followed by the announcement of the results of courses, which came as follows: In the Security and VIP Protection Course No. 76, Capt. Ahmed Jassim Al Othman from the military police command won the first place in the course and fitness, lieutenant Mohammed Hassan Al Sulaiti won the second place and Lt. Faisal Jabr Al Nuaimi won the third place, while Lt. Abdul Aziz Husayn Al Mansuri won the first place in shooting.
In the rapid intervention course no.5, Lieutenant Faisal Abdullah Al Kuwari won the first position while lieutenant Rashid Mohammed Al Shahwani came up second and Lt. Mohammed Issa Al Kuwari came in the third place.
In the protective intelligence course No.3, First Lieutenant Khaled Madi Al Hajri won the first place while First lieutenant Hamad Khaled Al Shahwani came in the second and Lt. Mohammed Hamad Al Hajri got the third position.
In self-defense course No.9 Corporal Mohamed Ahmed Showaiter won the first position and lieutenant Mohammed Hassan Al Sulaiti came up second, while Lt. Mohammed Mattar Al Muraikhi came in the third place.
In the warrant officers qualifying course No.5 warrant officer 2 Salem Rashid Al Marri won the first place, while warrant officer 2 Nasser Ali Al Habbabi came up second and warrant officer 2 Saeed Saif Al Marri got the third place.
In the preparation of trainers' course No.1 soldier Hussein Abdullah Aweidah won the first place and Sergeant Mohammed Alawi Al Yafei got the second place while MP Abdul Aziz Salem Al Anzi came up the third.
In the constituent signal course No.3 Sergeant Badshah Wazir Khan won the first position, the Corporal Mohammad Khaled Al Naimi came in the second while MP Mohammed Hasher Al Hajri got the third position.