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.@S_ERC signs Memorandum of Understanding with Premier Energy Pakistan

As part of their international strategy, South Eastern Regional College (SERC) has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mr Daniyal Siddiqui from Premier Energy Pakistan. The MoU will allow the two organisations to work in partnership for five years to share knowledge and expertise and develop new opportunities for other collaborations.

During his visit Mr Siddiqui toured the Lisburn Campus and got the opportunity to speak to, lecturers and staff.

Premier Energy have previously visited SERC as part of the British Council-backed International Skills Partnership where they took part in a specialist Train the Trainer training in Solar Energy, Electrical Installation and Environmental Technologies.

SERC and Premier Energy will work together in the exchange of research and educational materials, publications and academic information as well as providing technical assistance to one another. This will be achieved through e-learning and will allow for the development of learning programmes for vocational and the corporate training sector. SERC will also provide Train the Trainer to institutions identified by Premier Energy.

SERC international officer Zia Nazar said, “This ambitious partnership project is an exciting milestone and recognises our continuing focus on sharing our expertise on a global scale.”

“Our international strategy is to seek opportunities through the development of sustainable global partnerships to meet economic and workforce needs. It is testimony to the growing reputation of SERC that we have been successful in securing this and other successful partnerships throughout the years.”

SERC principal Ken Webb said, “It is testimony to the growing reputation of SERC that we have been successful in developing this partnership and other successful partnerships throughout the years. I have great pleasure in signing this Agreement as we strengthen our international partnership with Pakistan.”

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