A tripartite memorandum of understanding was signed between the National Center for Educational Technologies", "Softline International" and the "State College of Informatics" of the Ministry of Education and science in RA.
The first prerequisite of the success in the field of information and communication technologies is training of the qualified specialists in this field.
Through cooperation with international companies in this field, we’ll be able to establish an educational environment for our students that will meet international standards and be in harmony with the technological progress said the director of the “National Center for Educational Technologies” Artak Poghosyan.
The director of the “State College of Informatics” Robert Abrahamyan said during the press conference that online courses had long been a reality and were actively used by students. "Simply, they are mostly in English, and recently also the Russian-language resources. I believe that our cooperation and with leading international companies will allow us to have online courses in Armenian”. According to him, these programs are available not only to our college students but also to the ones from other educational institutions.
The director of "Softline International" Sargis Harutyunyan was sure that the development of joint educational programs would create a base for the development of the field and implementation of comprehensive educational programs.