The Information Technology Office at the Libyan International University of Medical Sciences celebrated today the afternoon of the end of the second training course for the university’s IT graduates, which is organized during the past days and aimed at training 7 trainees in the fields of site design and management, networks, maintenance, guidance, and technical support.
The ceremony was attended by Mr. President of the University Council in charge of Prof. Dr. Abdellah Mansouri and Mr. Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology Prof. Tawfiq Al-Tawil and Mr. General Register of the University Ibrahim Al-Maghraby and Mrs. Director of Documentation and Information at the University Safaa Keshar, and Mr. Director of the Office of Information Technology Eng. Faris al-Majbri.
It is worth noting that the IT office’s engineers have adopted a method to involve the trainees in real challenges and urge them to find solutions with them in the real world and the realistic environment of the university.
During the ceremony, the designated university president spoke to motivate the trainers and trainees, praising the efforts of the office administration, engineers and the outputs of their efforts that resulted in the employment of 3 trainees to work in the office after proving a high degree of efficiency.
For his part, Director of the Office of Information Technology, Eng. Fares Al-Majbri has a detailed definition of the training program in terms of origin, target group, method of training and the goal of the program, indicating that the training program was launched in 2018 for the first time, with the aim of enhancing the capabilities of trainees of university graduates and preparing them for the labor market.
Al-Majbri praised the educational level of graduate trainees from the International University and also praised the efforts of the office’s engineers in following up the trainees throughout the training period.
In conclusion, certificates of completion of the training were distributed to the trainees, and certificates of appreciation to the trainers, then the announcement of the opening of the door for registration in the first training program for 2020 for the graduates of the Libyan International University of Medical Sciences.