Kahramaa and CNA-Q sign MoU
August 10 2021 11:05 PM
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Kahramaa and CNA-Q officials at the MoU signing ceremony yesterday. PICTURE: Shaji Kayamkulam.
This collaboration is meant to provide a strategic framework to enhance means of co-operation in the fields of education, training, and development, it was explained in a Kahramaa statement.

Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) signed a memorandum of understanding with College of the North Atlantic - Qatar (CNA-Q) on Tuesday. Kahramaa's Shared Services director engineer Abdullah Muhsen al-Wahdi, and CNA-Q's associate vice-president for Student Affairs Dr Aljazzi Fetais were the signatories.
This collaboration is meant to provide a strategic framework to enhance means of co-operation in the fields of education, training, and development, it was explained in a Kahramaa statement. The importance of the agreement lies in conducting joint projects, research, and exchange of expertise. This integrated approach underpins innovation and development across both entities.
Further, the MoU provides CNA-Q students with internship opportunities at Kahramaa facilities and allows them to benefit from these facilities in conducting their capstone projects. It also helps in creating pertinent solutions for professional development and mutually customised staff training. The scope expands to include joint awareness campaigns on energy and water conservation to increase recognition of the importance of energy efficiency.
In addition, the agreement discusses offering Kahramaa a membership in the relevant CNA-Q’s Programme Advisory Committees to gain new insights and advice. The College will also provide library access to Kahramaa employees to benefit from thousands of online and offline sources. Kahramaa president engineer Essa bin Hilal al-Kuwari commended the MoU and hoped it will be of mutual benefit: “We, at Kahramaa, have spared no effort in seeking new partnerships to consolidate and expand our networks and seek new opportunities of growth for our staff and team members. I believe this MoU will prove to be an example of a most successful partnership that will provide both parties with tremendous space for innovation and development.”
CNA-Q president Dr Salem al-Naemi said Kahramaa has had an active role in the electricity and water sector in Qatar, and the agreement will be beneficial for both sides. "CNA-Q seeks to provide new opportunities for its students and professors through such initiatives to enrich their academic experience and push them forward towards their goals. We are confident that this co-operation will be the driving force for further excellence and achievements.”
Engineer al-Wahdi expressed his support for all co-operation initiatives between Kahramaa and other national entities: “Our partnership in the bounties and resources of our country must be translated into a partnership in work, achievement, and responsibility, and there is no doubt that the basis for achieving our goals lies in co-ordination and joint work to exchange experience and to achieve maximum benefit from the gains available to all parties”.
Dr Aljazzi Fetais, stated that: “The college believes in the importance of co-operation, which constitutes the main pillar for growth and development. This memorandum will support joint initiatives and will form a basis for development and success."
 
 



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