The Center of Consultations (CoC) at the University of Jordan (UJ) marked the conclusion of a number of training courses provided for a class of trainees from the University of Tripoli, Libya. The graduation ceremony took place in the presence of the cultural attaché at the Libyan embassy in Amman, Ahmed Mahdi Dweik.
70 participants were trained in the fields of secretarial skills development, writing and reporting, legal interpretation and writing legal briefs, by 30 hours per course.
"The Center of Consultations carries on the duty to provide training and advisory services at the local and regional levels, as part of the center’s belief in UJ’s mission based on Jordan’s mission to invest in human capital as the real capital for the advancement of the nation”, Mohammed Ma’agbeh, Director of the Center of Consultations, said in a speech during the ceremony.
The cultural attaché at the Libyan embassy, Ahmad Mahdi Dweik, praised the efforts of the Centre and its effective contribution to the development of manpower in various Arab countries by providing distinguished training programs and services.
Fatima Al Lafi who is one of the graduates, extended on behalf of all graduates gratitude to the Center's management and instructors for their efforts and their dedication to deliver useful information and practical experience in accordance with the program prepared for each course.
At the end of the ceremony, each of Dweik and Ma’agbeh, handed the certificates to graduates wishing them continued progress and development.