Twenty English Language Instructors from across the globe including USA, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Ireland and South Africa were awarded certificates of appreciation amid thunderous applauses and standing ovations in a splendid ceremony in the Auditorium of National Industrial Training Institute (NITI), Alhasa, KSA Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, says a report received here. It was organized by International Institute for Languages (IIL) in order to recognize the valuable services of all those language instructors who had taught the outgoing trainees of the world’s largest oil exploring company, Saudi Aramco.
The ceremony was presided over by Dr. Abdul kader, the Director Projects of International Institute for languages. He was accompanied by Musa Rabba, the Head of the Academic Training Division of NITI. This ceremony was attended by all the academic staff and the NITI Management. The IIL Director General Projects reiterated that his institute would keep on arranging such ceremonies to acknowledge and appreciate the input of all the internationally trained professional teachers selected from across the globe to teach Saudi trainees in NITI and would leave no stone unturned in transforming this industrial training institute into a world class seat of learning though these internationally trained professional teachers and time-demanded curriculum.
He further said that IIL was very selective in taking any teacher on board and takes into consideration his academic track, professional training, relevant teaching experience, command over use of technological devices and many more factors before deciding about his placement in NITI. Director academic Training Division, Musa Rabba, on this occasion stressed on the quality of instructions and integration of technology in class that NITI has always been taking care of. He said our trainees are being provided blended learning techniques. He said, “National Industrial Training Institute is trying to provide Saudi Trainees with latest laboratories, equipped with quite sophisticated machinery to provide them hands-on job skills to prepare them for the challenges of the practical field.
Those who were awarded certificates include Dr. Iqbal Anjum, Shaf, NelisaMonakali, Jamal Abdullah, Chris, Muzaffar, Abu Zeid, Michael Dunbar, JabbarShakur, Ibrahim, Colby, Said, CharlesPeterson, Garth Muller, Muhammad Cheikh, Muhammad Jahanzeib, Peter Hull, Ciaran Cody and Abdurrahman.