Based on the college’s vision and mission, and within the framework of its permanent endeavors to achieve its goals related to community service, and to activate the role of charitable and voluntary organizations, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Oman College of Management and Technology and Senyar Emergency Center with the aim of exchanging experiences and holding workshops and training courses. To serve the college staff and students, as well as graduates, these workshops and courses include first aid training, oxygen training, advanced first aid training, and swimming and beach rescue training. In this context, the participant obtains a paramedic license valid for two years from the American Institute of Health and Safety..
The assistant dean for academic affairs and scientific research, Dr. Hazem Migdady, signed on behalf of the college, and on the part of Senyar Emergency Center, the international trainer Affan Awlad Thani, who in turn expressed his happiness with what the college offers to implement and embrace community service events and activities.
The meeting was attended by Mr. Abdul Rahman Al Balushi, Assistant Dean for Administrative and Financial Affairs, Mr. Muhammad Babiker, Head of the Industry and Community Engagement Unit (ICEU), and Ms. Hanan Al Badriyah, Head of Public Relations and Mrketing Department at the College