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SLAAPS to hold Residential Seminar in Dubai from 12 to 15 September

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The Sri Lanka Association of Administrative and Professional Secretaries (SLAAPS) affiliated to the Association of Secretaries and Administrative Professionals in Asia Pacific (ASA) will hold its second International Residential Seminar in Dubai at the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel Al Murraqabat from 12-15 September.

The workshop is designed for senior secretaries and admin professionals to learn how one could become a champion for themselves among other admin professionals. One person’s success does not equal another person’s failure as we are stronger together, working with each other, not against. Be a champion not only for yourself, but for as many other women as possible.

SLAAPS hosted its first International Residential Seminar in Malaysia in 2018 to celebrate the Association’s Ruby Anniversary. This year too the Association has a large delegation comprising from the public, private and Governmental sectors in Sri Lanka attending the seminar in Dubai which will be followed by many other networking activities.

The project was chaired by Azra Reyaldeen and assisted by Shireen Rajee as the Project Secretary. The Association thanked the UAE Ambassador for Sri Lanka, the Charge d’ affairs in Dubai for providing protocol assistance and all their sponsors and wellwishers who contributed in numerous ways to make this event possible.

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