Training centre is to promote peace

May 2004
IT Training;May2004, p15
Trade Publication
The Palestinian Al-Quds University in Jerusalem has set up an IT centre, which it hopes will help to encourage peace in the region. Courses in software programming such as Java, Oracle, MCSD, and Cisco will he taught at the Said T. Khoury IT Centre of Excellence and delivered online. Other courses on offer are in web development, networking, and IT business services. The centre will also be used for certification, job placement and counselling.


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