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National Training of Trainers Institute - Balqa Applied University
(NTTI)

UNEVOC Centre (Uni/Research) since 2009

Upon the directives of His Majesty King Abdullah Bin Al Hussein and upon the recommendations of the Economic Consultative Council to Activate the performance of vocational and technical training institutions in the kingdom , NTTI establishment started in August 2000 , Under the umbrella of Al- Balqa Aplied University , to meet the need for a specialized institute at the national level to be the official reference to the training of trainers in general and trainers of vocational and technical training, particularly in the public and private sectors.

The establishment of NTTI was funded from the economic transformation projects , under the supervision of the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation and by the support of the EU commissioners , the institutional development project , Ejada

The working team of NTTI represents all stakeholders of vocational and technical education and training as following:

  • Jordanian Armed Forces;
  • Representative of the European Union Commission;
  • Vocational Training corporation (VTC);
  • National Center for Human Resources Development (NCHRD);
  • Private Sector / Jordan Chamber of Industry;
  • The Ministry of Education;
  • Vocational and technical education institutions

Mission

Vision

To be distinguished in the field of training of trainers, and human resource development in accordance with the international standards and training standards in line with future challenges .

NTTI Mission

Providing specialized training programmes for the staff of vocational and technical education and training institutions in the public and private sectors and conduct applied research and development projects, according to the best training standards



Objectives

  • Development of professional competence for trainers and officials to improve education training programmes outcomes in vocational and technical education and training in the public and private sectors;
  • Preparation of qualified trainers to work in vocational and technical education and training institutions;
  • Preparing and developing specialized training programmes;
  • Cooperation and exchange of experiences with institutions and institutes and consulting firms and counterparts at the local, regional and international levels;
  • Develop national trainers database;
  • Conduct research and studies and Technical Consultancy in training needs assessment for trainers.

Focus and interest

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Contact

National Training of Trainers Institute - Balqa Applied University (NTTI)

Jordan

http://www.ntti.jo

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Head of UNEVOC Centre
Dr. Ibrahim Al-adwan
General Director of National Training of Trainers Institute



UNEVOC Coordinator
Worod Arabiat
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News

13 November 2014
Jordanian delegation visits UNESCO-UNEVOC
UNESCO-UNEVOC welcomed a delegation from Jordan including representatives of two UNEVOC Centres in Jordan to its premises on 10 November 2014. The delegation came to Bonn with the aim of learning more about UNESCO-UNEVOC, and in particular the UNEVOC Network.
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