Qatar News Agency (QNA) will organize on Monday the third part of the training course "Edited Translation" in the context of a series of training courses organized by the Media Relations Department at the agency premises for qualifying and training of Qataris working in the media field . Around 15 trainees from all government agencies in addition to a number of Qatari News Agency staff members will take part in the three-day training course. The programme of the course, during which Mowaffaq Fa'iq Tawfiq, an interpreter from Al-Jazeera Satellite Channel will give lectures, includes many topics and themes as well as theoretical explanations and practical applications on some texts that include different types of news, and practical tests on selected texts. Mowaffaq Fa'iq Tawfiq, holds a Bachelor's degree in languages from the University of Westminster, Britain, and a higher diploma in translation. He was known for his on the air interpretation of world events over the last ten years. He also offers training courses in translation and interpretation for beginners and advanced translators at the Al Jazeera Media Training and Development Centre. The course comes in implementation of the Emiri Decision No. 51 of 2009 which assigned Qatar News Agency to organize training courses for Qatari media professionals to develop their capacities and improve their professional level through continued training and development programmes.