Transfer accumulated knowledge, practical experiences in the Information and Computer Technology.
Contribute to the socio–economic development in Jordan
Fields of expertise
Establishment of integrated management information systems
Computerized requirement analysis studies
Supervision of computer centres
Database design and technical consultations
Computer Based Training (CBT) software
Specialized training in the field of computer and related subjects
On-line information services from international databases
Maintenance of PCs
The Computer Systems Department was founded in 1972, two years after the establishment of the Royal Scientific Society (RSS). It was the first to introduce computerization in Jordan.
In 1988 the name of the department was changed to Computer Software and Information Centre as a result of merging the RSS library with the centre, the philosophy behind it was to initiate the establishment of the National Information System.
In 1992 the centre expanded its operations to cover industrial studies and conduct long term specialized training courses in the field of Information Technology at the regional level in cooperation with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). As a result of these changes the centre name became Computer Technology, Training and Industrial Studies Centre (CTTISC).
(last updated: 05-September-2002)
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