JEA and German Embassy discuss job creation for Jordanian engineers | Culture & Society

Ammon News – The Association of Jordanian Engineers (JEA) and representatives of the German Embassy in Amman discussed on Sunday ways to strengthen cooperation and partnership, to find jobs for Jordanian engineers in Germany and to implement joint projects and programs.

JEA member Bashar Al-Tarawneh said the meeting was a continuation of efforts to cooperate with German officials, to realize the vision of the JEA Council as part of its strategic plan to access to non-traditional foreign markets.

He indicated that the Jordanian engineers have made significant progress in learning the German language program, and some of them have applied for interviews and been able to travel to Germany, and at advanced stages to start working there. work, in addition to the groups who have been able to complete their higher education studies there at almost zero cost, benefiting from the mastery of the German language.

He stressed the need to strengthen cooperation to explore the possibility of conducting training programs in Germany in order to contribute to the qualification of Jordanian engineers and give them a first experience to work in the German market.

The meeting highlighted the requirements of the German labor market in terms of education, expertise and required courses, and covered the requirements for exporting engineering work to Germany, as well as clarifying means of equivalence of Jordanian certificates to match the German labor market and its requirements.

James R. Rhodes