CT&CS launches operations in UAE

DUBAI — Combined Training and Certification Services (CT&CS), a USA based joint venture of global industry affiliates set up to provide specialised technology and quality training, yesterday launched operations in the UAE. The company will provide industry related services of supplying technology, imparting training and will facilitate availability of skilled manpower for the construction and petrochemical industries among other sectors.

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Published: Thu 29 Jun 2006, 11:08 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 1:15 PM

CT&CS LLC will offer a full line of training and certification, construction software, auditing, personnel supply and welding technology for the petrochemical and commercial construction industries all complying with ISO 9000 requirements. The company enjoys the combined experience and expertise of allied industry partners Code Services Digital Solutions, Real Education Services Inc. and Techweld Inc. Each of these companies has a very high performance and an outstanding reputation for service in international markets.

Announcing this, Reggie Lambert, Managing Partner — CT&CS LLC said, "Commercial and industrial construction is thriving at a phenomenal pace in the UAE and the region. The sheer size and quantum of projects underway has led to a need for speed to meet completion schedules. This has brought about technological advancements and modernisation of process which has prompted a further need for skilled manpower. We have minutely studied this market and see a big need for quality technical resource here."

Commenting further, Lambert said, "Project management problems are growing worldwide and one of the key contributors to this issue is the lack of competent and skilled resource. Coping with the pace of development, this shortage is expected to double in the next 5-6 years."

In comparison, countries like Mexico and those within South America have abundant number of technically skilled workers that we will channalise to this region. We are confident that the solutions we offer will indeed help industry cope with this growing shortage."



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