A joint Cooperation Agreement between "Amman Arab University" and an International Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders
Amman Arab University signed a joint cooperation agreement with the Center for Early Intervention for Autism and Developmental Disorders to train students of the College of Educational and Psychological Sciences, signed by Prof. Mohamed Al-Widyan, President of the University, and from the Center for Early Intervention for Autism and Developmental Disorders Dr. Noureddine Al-Deeri.
It is worth mentioning that the agreement is implemented in coordination and cooperation between the College of Educational and Psychological Sciences and the Center for Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The agreement deals with the purposes of training students of special education or psychological and educational counseling / master / bachelor's headquarters in preparation for their employment, as well as the implementation of joint scientific research through faculty members and graduate students at the University, in partnership with the Early Intervention Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders, which will also work to employ university graduates according to its available capabilities. This agreement also paves the way for the preparation of a joint vocational training program specialized in the field of special education, and the certificates of this program will be approved by Canada.
It is noteworthy that the director of the center holds a doctorate from Canada and works in several countries, including Saudi Arabia and the UAE, in addition to Jordan. He has many inventions and solid scientific research published in international journals, and worked as a researcher at one of the most prestigious universities in the world, Harvard University.