Huawei to launch scientific-educational project HAINA in Uzbekistan
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) --
Chinese company Huawei will launch its first Authorized Information and Network Academy (HAINA project) in Central Asia on 19 September 2016.
Scientific-educational project is implemented in cooperation with Tashkent University of Information Technologies (TUIT). The Academy will function at TUIT premises.
The project will help train high-quality ICT and telecoms specialists in Uzbekistan. The project, a first in Central Asia, will stand out for its specialised ICT Certification Centre under TUIT.
The Academy will bridge the gap between Information and communication technologies and young talented specialists aspiring to work and self-realise in this field.
Within the project, Huawei set up a high-end Smart-lab, seating 20 students. All servers and software were provided by the company under the Memorandum signed with TUIT on 17 May 2016.
The center will offer various programmes of certification, including HCNA/P-R&S, HCNA/P-WLAN, HCNA/P-Security, HCNA/P-Storage and HCNA/P-Cloud Computing.
Huawei will also train specialists for the Academy. In the end of this month, a group of Uzbek specialists will undergo training in Kazakhstan. After completing the courses, the specialists can teach at the Academy.
The project offers trainings to teachers on the development of educational software, consultation on integrating training-centre on a regional scale, and project information exchange on an intragovernmental level.
Within the project, it is also planned to develop various training courses.