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Central Informatics Organization’s President Honors Participants in the National Training Programme
06 : 11 PM - 31/10/2012
Manama, October 31st (BNA) – President of Central Informatics Organization (CIO), Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Al Aamer honored the employees participating in the national training programme of GIS techniques and handed them accredited international certifications for the programme. Every participant was granted two certificates, one for (Fundamentals of ArcGIS v10) and the other for (Intermediate GIS Concepts v10).
The ceremony started with a speech delivered by the President of the Organization, where he stressed that the National Training Programme of Geographic Information Systems for government employees in Bahrain is a part of an integrated programme for the development of human resources in the Kingdom.
He also highlighted that the Organization has established integrated plans to develop geographic information systems with all of their components including training.

The training programme which lasted for five days included the participation of 21 trainees from eight ministries and governmental institutions within the role of the Strategic Geographic information systems as a center for developing the human cadres in the field of Geographic information systems on the level of the Kingdom that contribute in supporting development.

The training programme was executed by experts from (Tech Me GIS), which is a pioneering American institution accredited by the World ESRI Foundation and the training programme will consist of two training sessions , (Fundamentals of ArcGIS v10) and (Intermediate GIS Concepts v10).

On the other hand, the GIS systems at (CIO), which is considered the center for Geographic Information systems is mainly keen on developing the system of Geographic Information Systems in Bahrain with all of its basic information, human and technical resources and programmes.

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