Our internationally accredited training programs and courses are designed to maximize delegate participation and feature a more experiential learning approach. Participants receive in-depth instruction with a well-designed training methodology, combining theory and practical application of these concepts to their actual work environment.
is always faithful to its commitment to deliver the finest professional services to its valued clients. This commitment compels us to employ the best resources, information and technology in each training program that we deliver.
Firstly, BAC has been providing expert consultancy support to institutions, awarding bodies and governments. Over the past year we have been in discussion with the Higher Education Council, part of Bahrain's Ministry of Education, regarding providing support in setting up an accreditation framework for Bahrain's private universities. On 16 September 2013,
Gina HobsonCEO, Britsh Accreditation Council (BAC)
Regarding the training course "EE168: Ex01-Ex04 Gas & Vapours (Electrical/Instrumentation Installation, Maintenance & Inspection)" conducted from 27-Sept to 01 Oct 2015 by HAWARD technology at Royal Rose Hotel was much knowledgeable to me. I gave big thanks to the instructor Dr. Sayed for sharing his wide knowledge and experience about the total concept of the training,
Mr. Nelson SarmientoElectrical Technician, ALHOSN GAS
The Certified Fiber Optics Professional (CFOP) course which was attended in Dubai was an excellent course and I recommend for Telecom & Network Engineers to attend it since it is directly related to their field. In addition, the instructor's experience help us to understand the course material. Also, the course coordinators were very helpful.
Mr. Tariq Al-MandhariTelecom Engineer, OMAN GAS
Really a very good course and a highly enjoyable week. Trainers were excellent, combining theory and examples from the field and extracting the valid points from the different contributions from the group. Huge breadth of knowledge and the ability to tie the different ends together and draw general lessons.