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Launching of the Diploma in Meteorology and its Modern Applications in the Middle East
Amman - The Middle East University launched the Diploma in Meteorology and its Modern Applications, in cooperation with the Arabian Weather Academy, to continue until June next year, with an average of 300 training hours divided over 9 months.
The launch ceremony was attended by the university’s director of the Counseling, Training and Languages Centre, Professor Dr. Anis Al-Mansour, and on behalf of the academy was the weather forecast advisor at the Arabian Weather Centre, Dr. Jamal Al-Mousa.
The training diploma aims to provide individuals with the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to make significant and distinguished contributions to meteorological sciences and climate security, thus contributing to protecting the planet and ensuring a sustainable future that depends on proactive measures to mitigate and adapt to climate-related threats.
The program seeks to qualify experts who can understand the complexities of weather and climate, at a time when climate security constitutes a vital and important aspect of modern human life. The program addresses global concerns surrounding climate change, including the effects on ecosystems, human societies, and international security.
The program relies on the basic principles of meteorology, including studying weather elements, weather forecasts, and meteorological monitoring, building weather maps and using them in making weather forecasts, learning about different numerical models, types of weather maps, and meteorological applications in aviation, maritime, and transportation. Wild.