Ericsson launches training program for graduates of Information and Communication Technology in Amman

Jun

27

2013

Ericsson launches training program for graduates of Information and Communication Technology in Amman
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Swedish company Ericsson has launched a year-long training program and one for the newly graduates in the Sultanate of Oman, in a bid to strengthen its interaction with the leaders of the future sector and enable young Omanis to consider working in the field of information and communication technology ICT.

The program will help Omani nationals to develop their technical skills, as well as prepare graduates for employment opportunities in this sector.

Throughout the year, will be awarded to talented Omani graduates the opportunity to see more potential for jobs while receiving extensive formal training. The Omani youth will be able to enhance their skills through access to practical training on advanced technologies in the field of information and communication technology, primarily the fourth-generation technology “Long Term Evolution” LTE.

On this occasion, said Abdullah Al Balushi, head of Ericsson in the Sultanate of Oman, said that this training initiative provides them with a unique opportunity to connect with enthusiastic young professionals, providing them with insight into the sector of information and communication technology.

Al Balushi added that the LTE technology to change the features of LTE sector of information and communication technology, which makes this program a turning point for the company and an important opportunity to learn. Ericsson hopes to be able to provide participants who are newly entering the labor market experience distinctive and full of challenges, during which deal with key areas in this sector in order to enhance their career prospects.

In addition to the technology LTE LTE, the Ericsson identifying support systems, processes and business (OSS / BSS), and managed services and radio systems basic “Radio Core” as the leading growth areas in the industry, and has designed training program around these core subjects.

According to Ericsson, it has a long-term presence in the Sultanate of Oman dates back to 1973, when the company was commissioned to establish the first telephone facilities across the country. This initiative is in line with the program of Omanisation technology from Ericsson, which aims to recruit graduates Omanis through training and employment opportunities.
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