Participate in the advance training course (Skills Development in Electronics) in India.

Lecturer from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Information Technology and Communications participated in the Training Course (Skills Development of Electronics) under the Technical and Economic Cooperation Program in India.

The month-long course included the introduction of the technical and vocational education and training system, qualification levels in different countries, and the methodological requirements in electronics for each level of trainee assessment plans for electronic courses, as well as laboratory requirements, workshops and training as well as educational strategies.

The course also dealt with the use of the PLC for electrical control applications, the application of the LabVIEW programming tool to solve the problems of industrial devices, the identification of the work of sensors and devices used in the industry, and the knowledge of the use of pneumatic systems for automation. The course showed the importance of the effective use of sustainable power resources and finally the design of the final project for each participant. The course curriculum also included a number of visits to various factories related to the curriculum of the course such as SCADA, CNC and sustainable power generation.

It is worth mentioning that the University of Information Technology and communications is constantly seeking to keep pace with the latest scientific and technical developments in the field of information technology, which comes under the program of technical and economic cooperation in India.