Ejabi Workshop Highlights Mechanisms To Benefit From 4Th Industrial Revolution

(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency)

Amman, Mar. 12 (Petra) - The European Jordanian Institute for Business Development (Ejabi),the training arm of Amman Chamber of Industry (ACI), held a training workshop, dubbed: 'Concepts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Enhancing Readiness for its Implementation in the Industrial Sector,' in partnership with the Danish-supported 'Najahna (our success), ' project, attended by 60 participants.
In a statement on Sunday, ACI Head, Fathi Jaghbir, said Ejabi's management is 'keen' to cooperate with Jordanian experts to benefit from their expertise and knowledge in developing the local industry.
For his part, Ejabi Chairman, and ACI Vice President, Tamim Qasrawi, said workshops seek to develop human competencies in industrial companies, as their topics are based on the industrial sector's needs, which would contribute to developing worker performance and efficiency.
Ejabi, he noted, seeks to obtain a concession from multiple local and international training institutions and signs partnership agreements with a number of Jordanian and international universities.
This future effort aims to launch programs that help Jordan's industrial sector keep pace with the rapid changes in the business world, primarily agreements with the American University of Missouri, UK Durham University and German- Jordanian University, he added.
During 2023, the Institute is scheduled to hold a set of courses aimed at developing human resources, improving work conditions at industrial facilities and improving product quality to meet market requirements, the statement announced.


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