Delegates from the Libyan Parliament-designated government returned from Jordan on Saturday. As per a statement, the delegates were welcomed under the directives of Prime Minister Osama Hammad and direct instructions from the Minister of Labour, Abdullah Al-Sharif Arhouma, after completing a 60-day external training program in Information Technology and Networking “CCNA” in Amman.
The trainees expressed their gratitude to Hammad for his unwavering support in youth training and qualification. They also extended their appreciation to Arhouma for initiating the program, and his continuous personal oversight during their stay in Jordan, ensuring all challenges were addressed.
This event marks a significant step in Libya’s ongoing efforts to enhance the skills and capabilities of its youth, in the burgeoning field of information technology, reflecting the government’s commitment to advancing technological proficiency among its workforce.
Last month, Arhouma held discussions about collaborating with the Jordanian Flight Academy.
This meeting marks a pivotal step in Libya’s efforts to advance its aviation sector, including aircraft maintenance and other key areas, while also aiming to enrich the local Libyan job market with specialized skills.
During an official visit to the Royal Jordanian Flight Academy, Arhouma was received by Mohamed Fayyad Al-Khawaldeh, the General Director of the Academy and the Queen Noor Civil Aviation Technical College.
Arhouma conducted a comprehensive tour of the college and academy facilities, and observed technical workshops. He expressed his admiration for the high level of professionalism and excellence maintained by the institutions.
These have been pivotal in shaping the aviation landscape over several decades, contributing significantly to the development and broadening of cooperation frameworks, with the Libyan aviation sector.
The discussions and visit underscore the Libyan government’s commitment to expanding its aviation capabilities, and the potential role of Jordanian expertise in this endeavour. This collaboration could lead to significant advancements in the aviation sectors of both countries, offering opportunities for growth and development in a critical industry.