Al Hussein Technical University, NABCEP ink deal to provide training in renewable energy for students
- May 10, 2021 3:07 pm GMT
May 9—AMMAN —
Hinti added that the partnership aims to equip young Jordanians with required skills and competencies defined by industry and market leaders, through a structured and accredited framework that covers various renewable energy fields.
HTU president noted that the university will integrate the NABCEP training programme within its energy engineering study plan, and will also offer it to interested engineers and technicians.
This partnership will enhance employability prospects for talented and qualified Jordanian youth in one of the fastest growing industries, regionally and worldwide, he added.
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