EMTI, a leading Abu Dhabi-based institute dedicated to high-quality value-based training, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the InternationalHSECouncil, British Virgin Island (IHSEC) to promote cooperation between both institutions.
Under the terms and conditions of the MoU, the two institutions will engage in joint research activities, teach and develop new training programmes, exchange visits by staff, exchange relevant information, and co-develop career progression pathways. The MoU will take effect for three years, with specific details for the implementation of the activities to be mutually developed on a ‘project by project’ basis. EMTI Academic Director, Wafa Mousa, and IHSEC CEO, GeinaBramson, signed the MoU on January 5, 2014.
“International HSE Council has been instrumental in developing and promoting HSE awareness through its research and development activities and exceptional accredited programmes. This partnership between our two entities will enable us to consolidate our strengths and maintain our distinctive status as leading institutions in our respective areas and our fields of specialisation. We are also planning more cooperative agreements similar to our MoU with IHSEC to advance our philosophy of providing world-class tailored services.” said Wafa Mousa, EMTI Academic Director.
IHSEC is an organization providing independent and professional health, safety and environment training, consultancy and advisory services within the construction, oil & gas, manufacturing, heavy industrial, aviation, banking & finance and hospitality sectors.
EMTI was established by ELTS, incorporated in 2008, as its training wing to provide training services in the fields of business & management, translation, languages and HSE. Since its inception, EMTI management team have been keen on researching and specifying the general needs of the market towards achieving what they aspire to; listening to the market needs to tailor their satisfaction plans towards achieving individual and corporate development.