The Baku Higher Oil School hosted the ceremony of presentation of Master Certificates to the participants for successful completion of the School of Management Project, organized on the basis of the University of George Washington Program, USA.
Rector of the BHOS Elmar Gasimov, First Deputy Chairman of “Azersu” OJSC Teyyub Jabbarov, Chief of the Affairs Department Mohsun Guliyev and representatives of various companies attended the event.
Rector of the BHOS, Elmar Gasimov spoke about the successful activities carried out by the Higher Oil School and Project Management School and highlighted that various organizations are interested in this program.
Making a speech, First Deputy Chairman of “Azersu” OJSC Teyyub Jabbarov said the Project Management School had a great role in training specialists in this area and wished success to the participants.
The participants of the group “Stream 18” delivered the information about their company and their activities in that company.
“Azersu” OJSC was represented by 24 people in 4 training groups. According to the results of the 1st and 2nd training groups, 13 “Azersu” OJSC employees were awarded Master Certificates in “Project Management” of the University of George Washington. 10 employees of the company continue training in the other two trainings.
The event was organized by the Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS), financial support of BP and its partners, technical assistance of the Great Britain’s influential company in Project Management STRATEX (Twenty Eighty Strategy Execution) and Baku Project Management School.
The School of Project Management has become a major concern of companies operating in the public and private sector over the past year. The goal of the program is to introduce to participants practical experiences about the project management methods and leadership and a range of values and flexible tools to ensure the success of projects.
Within the training, the participants obtain knowledge about modern management practices that allow them to manage every stage of the project, work within organizational and financial capacities, identify goals related to needs, take advantage of staffing experience and provide performance within timely and budget capacities. The curriculum is held 3-4 days a week, in 7 modules within 10 months: