Based on the letter of agreement, Huawei and SQU, represented by the College of Engineering, will function with each other to create a cooperative functioning partnership exactly where SQU and Huawei will utilise coaching programmes to transfer ICT technologies to SQU via the HAINA programme. Huawei will provide its coaching and certification programmes to SQU supplied by means of HAINA, and market SQU as a coaching organisation to its students and client base for each HAINA primarily based programmes and chosen expert programmes.
In addition, Huawei will offer the Huawei Certification Academy Instructor (HCAI) coaching service for SQU expert instructors and offer the simulation tool utilized for HCAI certification coaching along with the HCAI R&S course lab gear for ICT academy.
The College of Engineering at Sultan Qaboos University will offer classroom and other teaching facilities to accommodate Huawei ICT gear for HAINA programme overall performance and offer expert instructors to grow to be the Huawei Certification Academy Instructors.
The college will embed the HAINA certification course in the curricula and liaise with neighborhood networking market to market and provide HAINA network coaching in ICT market in Oman. The college will also function with Huawei to create the coaching schedule that meets the students’ requirements. Both parties will monitor the HAINA programme and provide ideas for continuous improvement and function cooperatively to discover other possibilities for alliances in between the two organisations.
The letter of agreement was signed at SQU by Prof Amer Ali al Rawas, deputy vice chancellor for Academic Affairs and Community Service at Sultan Qaboos University, and Chen Bing, CEO of Huawei Tech Investment (Oman).
The ceremony was attended by Prof Hadj Bourdoucen, dean of College of Engineering and Dr Mohammed al Badi, head of ECE Department, and Ravis Wang, VP of D&S, Huawei Tech.
Information Source: Muscat Daily