Updated: Apr 30, 2018
For current University Students in Jordan, the programme is intended to provide students with the opportunity to:
Experience the environment of a real workplace and how needs are identified and resources are acquired, allocated and used for the purpose of optimising the general work flow.
Organise themselves so that they can receive, understand and carry out instructions to the satisfaction of their employer as a means of developing towards the completion of more responsible work.
By following the rules and working hours of Sterling BIM, it will assist in developing the interpersonal skills required to enable them to work efficiently as a member of a team and raise their sense of responsibility.
Acquire and develop technical and practical skills associated with the nature of our work.
Identify, analyse, practice, and discuss with experienced staff how theoretical concepts are adapted and applied to suit practical requirements and how to apply BIM as an approach and methodology using its tools on real-time projects.
Apply technical/personal knowledge that will help them to plan and evaluate future study and career development.
Considering that those students are at the edge of graduation, this programme is an opportunity to identify possible future candidates.