AMMAN – Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Digital Training Platform (TAG Digital Platform), a member of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Canadian Education Council-Jordan (CEC-Jordan) to cooperate in several areas.
According to the MoU, the two parties agreed to hold training courses particularly at universities and schools in Jordan and to jointly submit training tenders. In the same context, the two sides will cooperate in recording digital courses, as well as in engaging trainees in TAG Digital Platform’s Xeed recruitment skills program
TAG.Global Digital Platform Executive Director, Mr. Zaid Al-Majali, stated that cooperation with CEC-Jordan demonstrates the two parties' keenness to achieve their goals in developing skills of the same target groups, indicating that the collaboration primarily focuses on providing training courses in various Jordanian public and private schools and universities.
For her part, Eng. Jumana Tanbour, CEC-Jordan general manager, affirmed that the partnership with TAG.Global would positively affect the labor market and is mutually beneficial.
It is worth mentioning that Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global Digital Platform (TAG.Global Digital Platform) is a member of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global) – the global organization for professional services in the fields of Accounting, Administrative Consultancy, Training, Intellectual Property, Legal Services, Information Technology, Building Capacities, Credit Information, Legal Translation, among others, operating in more than 100 offices around the world.
The Platform also provides contractual programs tailored to meet the training needs of each particular organization in light of the goals it pursues and the challenges it faces. Typically, such programs are designed after conducting full assessments of training needs or according to the specific needs of the client.
The Canadian Education Council-Jordan (CEC-Jordan) is the only center in the Middle East that has been awarded the accreditation of the Canadian Academic Council. It provides training in the fields of languages, IT skills, and conducting tests and examinations, in addition to other areas including e-learning and creating digital content. The Council also offers training programs ending with employment, with the aim of sharpening and building youth capacities and promoting the entrepreneurship culture.