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Training given in fields of computer, communications, electricity, electronics
KUWAIT CITY, July 13: Director of the Higher Institute of Communications and Navigation at the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, Abbas Al-Sammak revealed that the institute has begun a field training program for 1,780 male and female graduates in the fields of computer, communications, control systems, electricity, electronics, air and marine navigation.
Al-Sammak said, in a statement to Al-Jarida, that the labor market authorities in the public and private sectors have effectively contributed to their fruitful cooperation for the field training program, which is considered one of the requirements for students of the communications institute and applied training sector, where the trainee must obtain a grade of no less than good to meet the requirements and obtain a specialized diploma. He stated that these disciplines are needed by many state ministries and government agencies, most notably Communication, Social Affairs, Interior, Civil Aviation and various petroleum institutions.”
Al-Sammak added that the field training program is one of the most important graduation requirements for the institute’s trainees, which aims to keep the graduate informed of his duties and responsibilities during the job, how to deal with officials, and respect for labor laws during this 8-week training period under the supervision of the Public Authority for Manpower officials and the supervision of the institute’s supervisors, to evaluate the trainee to prepare them psychologically and morally to perform their jobs and deal directly with the work environment before graduating from the institute and joining the job market.