Since 2004, Engicon O&M has been delivering human resource competencies for its clients in management and operation. Capacity building and training are considered the main drivers in establishing a project's desired efficiencies. In fact, we're considered the finest in Jordan in this area of expertise – just ask any of our clients. Our services are competitively delivered through an established set of programs and training resources that cover all aspects of water and wastewater.
Between 2005 and 2008, Engicon O&M, as a corporate unit of Engicon, concluded the training of over 1000 Arab engineers in technical issues related to water and wastewater sectors. The training courses covered a wide range of areas including design, planning, management, O&M and GIS.
Engicon O&M has also undertaken training projects on behalf of international clients such as the Project Contracting Office (PCO) in Iraq, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for neighboring countries like Iraq and Yemen.
Engicon O&M-DWA Training program
A significant milestone that Engicon O&M achieved was to sign a three-year agreement in 2009 with the German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) to train 21 of its employees in advanced training methods. Training with this prestigious German organization will substantially contribute to the development and improvement of our overall performance and services. The agreement will also position Engicon O&M as one of the only private companies that offers specialized training courses in the MENA region.
DWA at a Glance
Founded in Germany in 1948 as an independent non-governmental and non-profit European organization, DWA represents the interests of the industry of wastewater, waste, and water management. The organization is a highly respected developmental partner in Europe and it is focused on serving its members and industry. In its 60 years of existence, the organization has contributed substantially to the field of water management, wastewater, waste, and soil conservation. Today, it stands as the largest specialist organizations in Europe and boasts 14,000 members. Its membership base ranges from specialists and managers, to universities, engineering offices and the different water authorities of Europe. DWA is also a highly competent partner in the areas of standardization, professional training and public information within its industry of water and wastewater.
For more information about DWA, please visit: http://www.dwa.de
The Engicon O&M trainers implement the training programs with DWA, which in turn contributes, supports and improves the quality of training courses. DWA's role is as follows:
• Training Engicon O&M trainers on best practices and advanced training methods. • Providing technical standards and training materials to the Engicon O&M staff. • Supporting Quality Control and the Management System of the training program.