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Given Name:  Tarek
Family Name:  Fayed
Nationality:   Egyptian
Date of birth: 1965
Marital status:  Married and having two children.

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATION:


Post-University Studies

Diplôme D’études Approffondues DEA in French Linguistics from faculty of Languages and translation / Al-Azhar University (Session of September 2005, with grade Good).

University Degree

University Degree in French Language and literature from faculty of Languages and translation / Al-Azhar University (Session of Mai 1988, with grade Good).

Professional Training Courses

In the French Center for Culture and Cooperation on teaching French as foreign Language (1994 / 1995).

TRAINING COURSES AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

Course

Date

Venue

  • Training of Trainers Course

1985

France

  • Arab Course for professional Scout Leaders

1987

Jordan

  • BSA Summer Camp Programme Directors Training Course.

1991

USA

  • Camp Commissioner for Cub Scout Camps

1991

USA

  • International Leader Trainers Course

1995

Cyprus

  • Management Learning Workshop

2003

Egypt

LANGUAGES:
• Arabic ..... mother tongue.
• French ....fluently written and spoken ( First foreign language, university degree, courses of continued training, participation in many international seminars, with capacity of written translation and oral interpretation)
• English....... fluently written and spoken (participation in many international seminars with capacity of written translation and oral interpretation)

COMPUTER SKILLS:
• Word, PowerPoint, excel, Internet and web applications

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

In working for International Youth Organizations:

Director of Youth Programme – World Scout Bureau / Arab Regional Office


Mars
1997
until
November 2003

Description: Executive director to develop programmes of various age sections and assisting in qualifying the leaders working with age sections.

Main Tasks:

  • Following up the implementation of the Arab Policy for Age Sections Development.
  • Assisting NSO\'s in training and qualifying the age sections commissioners.
  • Following up the development of the Arab Scout Curricula and providing support to NSOs in this field.
  • Partaking in supervising Arab regional, sub-regional and national events for national leaders responsible for youth programme, curricula and sections development.
  • Issuing publications (bulletins, guidebooks) to support National Program Commissioners.
  • Assisting in the organization of the Arab regional youth events for all sections.
  • Partaking in the organization of the Arab regional patrol leaders and rover crewmates seminars.
  • Following up the implementation of the world scouting strategic priorities (Youth Involvement and adolescents).
  • Translating into Arabic the WSB publications (in Programme field).
  • Encouraging the Arab participation in the World Scout Youth events.
  • Work as secretary to the regional sub-committee for youth programme, providing support to the committee to hold its meetings successfully.
  • Coordinating the cooperation with other regions: Euro-Arab and Afro-Arab cooperation.
  • • Coordinating cooperation with international Scout bodies (World Scout Parliamentary Union,
  • International Union of Muslim Scouts, World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts…).

Secondary Tasks

  • Helping in organizing regional treasurers meetings.
  • Issuing a bulletin on ideas and experiments in fund raising and self finance.

In teaching the French Language:

Teacher – French Language - Faculty of Languages and Translation / Al-Azhar University, Cairo.

july
1994
until
now

  • Teaching the French as foreign language for the University students (adult beginners).

The teaching method contains: Grammar, Conversation, Dictation and Translation.

Teacher – French Language Al-Azhar Institutes:

1992
-
July
1994

  • Teaching French as first foreign language for the preparatory and secondary schools students at Al-Azhar Institutes.

 

VOLUNTARY SOCIALE AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

1976
until
now

  • Member of the Scout Movement [from 1976 until now].
  • Member of the Boy Scout Association (various volunteer executive positions).
  • Member of the Training Committee (certified trainer of trainers).
  • Representation of the Egyptian Federation for Scouts and Girl-Guides In many international conferences and Seminars.
  • Head of the Egyptian Scout Delegation to many international events.
  • Assistant Chief Commissioner – Egyptian Boy Scout Association.
  • Member, National Program Committee, Egyptian Federation for Scouts and Girl-guides.
  • Member, Egyptian Environmental Association.
  • Member, Egyptian Youth Studies Association.

TRANSLATIONS

  • Oral interpretation of the Euro-Arab, Afro-Arab cooperation meetings as well as other meetings that needs interpretation.
  • Translating programme related publications issued by the World Scout Office and other regional offices from French and English into Arabic.
  • Translating the following guidebooks into Arabic:
  • A guide to programme development – Overview, WSB – 1999.
  • Scouting, an Educational System, WSB – 1999.
  • A guide to programme development – Final Educational Objectives, WSB –2000.
  • Youth Participation in Decision Making, a reference document, WSB - 2000
  • 19th World Scout Jamboree bulletins, 1998
  • 20th World Scout Jamboree bulletins,  2001
  • WOSM Circular no. 27 concerning the Mackinsey study, 2001
  • Mackinsey study questionnaire for NSOs on preparing WOSM to the 20th Century.
  • Two of the 7th World Scout Youth Forum documents, 1999.
  • Two of the 8th World Scout Youth Forum documents, 2002.
  • Two of the 36th World Scout Conference documents, 2002.
  • Reports related to the preparatory meetings for the 37th World Scout Conference, 2003
  •  Arabic version of the WSB Secretary General concerning the 4th General Assembly of the World Scout Parliamentary Union, 2003.
  • Detailed program and information bulletin regarding the World Staff Management Conference.
  • A reference document entitled: Scouting and Humanization of Globalization, WSB 2003.
  • Translating the following documents into English and French:
  • Achievements of the Arab Region (1999 – 2001) – English.
  • The adaptation of the world strategic priorities into the Arab regional plan.
  • Arab Scout Region Strategy Achievements (1989 – 2000) to be presented to the World Scout Conference – French.
  • Arab Scout Region Strategy Achievements (1989 – 2000) to be presented to the World Scout Conference – English.
  • The Arab Scout Region plan 2003 – 2004 in achieving the world scouting strategic priorities - English.

PUBLICATIONS:
Editing and publishing several articles, periodicals and books, such as:

  • 40 issues from the Monthly bulletin: Age Sections’ Development contains various useful topics for National leaders dealing with age sections.
  •  8 issues from the Monthly bulletin: Fundraising and self financing.
  • 4 guidebooks on the advancement requirements for the age sections: Cubs / scouts/ senior scouts / rovers.
  • The Sixes, a manual on the small groups in the Cub Scout section 1997.
  • The scout Patrols, a manual on the small groups in the scout section 1998.
  • The senior scout Patrols, a manual on the small groups in the senior scout section 1999.
  • The rover scout Crews, a manual on the small groups in the rover scout section 2000.
  • 3 guidebooks on the Merit Badges Requirements, 2001.
  • The information bulletins on the regional and world scout events.
  • The proposed bylaws for the Arab Regional Big Events for youth.
  • Several reports on the regional and world events for youth and leaders.

DOCUMENTS AND PAPERS IN ARABIC:
Editing and publishing several documents and work papers to be discussed in several seminars, workshops and conferences, such as:

  • The challenges facing young people in the 21st century and how to deal with it.
  • Scouting’s role in fighting against smoking and drugs addiction, 2000.
  • Scouting’s role in environmental services, 2001.
  • Patrol Leader’s role in expanding scouting membership, 1998.
  • Scouting’s role in observing the ethical moral values, 2000.
  • Scouting’s role in strengthening the spirit of belongingness and patriotism, 2002.
  • Scouting’s role in dealing with the 20th century’s challenges, 2002 (Advanced sciences and technologies / Information Technology’s revolution.
  • Achievements of the Arab Regional Strategic Plan 1989 – 2000 (Programme, age sections’ development, international relations and fundraising fields).
  • Second regional strategic plan 2001 – 2010 (Programme, age sections’ development, international relations and fundraising fields), 2000.
  • The Arab Region’s Plan for 2002 – 2004.
  • The Strategic plan 2002 -1004 / 2005 – 2007 for the world scouting priorities (Youth Involvement / Adolescents / Volunteers / An Organization for the 21st century / Scouting Profile), 2003.

DOCUMENTS AND PAPERS IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH:
Editing periodical and non-periodical bulletins in English such as:

  • Report on the Arab Region’s achievements 1999 – 2001 in English Language.
  • The integration of the World Scouting Priorities into the Arab Scout plan 2002.
  • 20 issues from Arab News (a monthly newsletter in English Language).
  • 6 issues from Arab Flash (non-periodical bulletin in English Language to highlight the successful events).
  • Report on the Arab Region’s achievements 1989 – 2001 in both English and French Languages to be presented during the World Scout Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece 2002.
  • The Arab Region’s Plan for 2002 – 2004 in English Language.
  • Participation and reviewing the Monthly Report of the Arab Scout Office.

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

  • The Scout Movement (joined the Scout Movement 1975).
  • Reading in the domains of personal development, leadership, training, public relations, and international relations.
  • Browsing the Internet to discover new things related to these topics.
  • Camping and traveling.
  • World friendship and correspondence.
  • Table tennis.
  • Arabic Calligraphy.
  • Photography.

AWARDS:

  • Long Service Award, Egyptian Federation for Scouts and Girl Guides       

COUNTRIES VISITED:

  • Algeria
  • Chile
  • Cyprus
  • France
  • Germany
  • Jordan
  • Kenya
  • Korea
  • Kuwait
  • Libya
  • Lebanon
  • Netherlands
  • Morocco
  • Oman
  • Palestine
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Spain
  • Sudan
  • Switzerland
  • Syria
  • Thailand
  • Tunisia
  • Yemen
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States of America

 

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