Hassib Sabbagh IT Center in AAUP Concludes the Training Course under Collaboration with Otermans British Institution

Sunday, March 28, 2021

Hassib Sabbagh IT Center for Excellence in Arab American University and under joint partnership with Otermans British Organization, Bethlehem Development Organization, CCC and the Pakistani Organization of Aljadid Manpower Services concluded a training funded course of “personal and occupational skills between youth in Palestine” that targeted the Palestinian graduates and pioneers from the Palestinian community.

The training was provided by a specialized staff from Otermans organization in London in addition to some other trainers from British Universities such as: University of Cambridge, University of Birmingham, Brunel University London, etc.

The training course focused on developing the practical skills in students in order to be able to prepare work reports in English, the right planning for projects, the modern ways in leading and working in teams, and prepare students to have their personal goals to get a position.

The meeting was attended by Eng. Mohannad Hijawi- the Manager of Hassib Shabbagh Center, the members of the Board of Directors of Eng. Nafith Al Hussieni Center, Eng. Mazin Karam representing Mr. Suhail Sabbagh from the CCC, in addition to the Mr. Hisham Saber Khan- the Manager of Pakistani Organization of Aljadid Manpower Services. The audience thanked Otermans, the trainers and students for their efforts to succeed the training course under the current circumstances.   

Otermans organization that is registered in London is one of the international institutions that provide funded training opportunities for students, graduates, pioneers and youth from all over the world to train them on skills from the different fields. Such skills are the one related to the recruitment skills and training. The organization has good collaboration relations with training institutions, excellence centers, governmental organizations, universities, schools and non-governmental organizations that aim to build the capabilities in students and graduates to prepare them to the labor market. Otermans also provide consulting to students, graduates and the talented youth to encourage them to continue their academic and professional life.