Abu-Ghazaleh: the Transformation of AIMICT Exams to Become Online

AMMAN – HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, founder and president of the Arab International Society for Management Technology (AIMICT), announced the transformation of the Society’s professional programs 0065ams to become online.
Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh explained that this transformation is inevitable in light of the accelerating technological development in the fields of education and training, noting that the automation of the exams comes after the success of the Society in implementing many of its training programs remotely, and starting to automate the professional curricula and training courses to become electronic, interactive and easy-to-use. That also saves time, effort and cost for the participants.
AIMICT Executive Director, Ms. Majd Farahat, stated that this transformation comes as part of an integrated digital transformation plan for all activities of the Society, with the aim of providing a proper training environment that enhances continuous communication. She added that this required setting up development policies and control procedures with technological solutions to ensure the quality level of implementation.
The transformation of professional program exams was developed by an electronic system developed by the E-Solution Department at Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global) that includes a portal for conducting exams, a portal to mark and correct the exams and release the results after meeting all requirements of quality control procedures of AIMICT and the international bodies accrediting the programs.
These professional programs include the Professional Quality Manager (PQM), Human Resource Manager (HRM) and Training of Trainers (ToT).
The Arab International Society for Management Technology
The Arab International Society for Management Technology (AIMICT) was established as a non-profit organization in 1989, in Buffalo-New York City, in the United States of America, and it was officially registered in Amman in 1990 under the name of "Arab Management Society”. Managers and businessmen have realized the importance and consequences of their role in serving business communities in their countries and thus the idea of establishing such a society emerged into existence. In 2015, the name of the organization was amended into "The Arab International Society for Management Technology" (AIMICT), to keep pace with modern global technological developments in various sectors and to help establish and create a knowledge-based management.