The Israel Sci Tech Ormat College of Technology is inaugurated in Yavneh to train technicians and practical engineers in grades thirteen to fourteen.
History is made in Yavne as Israel Sci Tech Schools Network opens a technological college building in partnership with the Yavne Municipality and the Bronicki family and with significant guidance from the Air Force and the nearby Ormat plant. The College is intended for the training of thirteenth-grade technicians and 14th-grade practical engineers.
High school and College principal Miri Kowalski noted at the ceremony that the vision for an academy in the city of Yavne is growing and thanked the partners who invested millions of shekels in building the buildings and worked to promote vocational training and education. Zvi Peleg, CEO of Israel Sci Tech Schools, praised technological education in Israel: “It is important for the training of practical engineers and technological workers, who will earn a decent living, serve in significant positions in the army and become contributing and beneficial citizens to the country.”
Yavneh Mayor Zvi Gov-Ari said at the ceremony: “Tonight we inaugurated the Israel Sci Tech Ormat College of Technology, in which we formed a partnership of the Yavneh Municipality, the Israel Sci Tech Schools Network, and the Bronicki family. From the urban vision, the college will train students to the level of technicians in thirteenth grades and practical engineers in the 14th grade. Already this year, 25 students enrolled in the college which has advanced scientific laboratories and the best teaching staff available.”
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