The Armath engineering workshop opened at the National College of Interpreters in Paris with about 140 students.
According to the press service of the Union of Advanced Technologies Enterprises (UATE), the Armath engineering workshop of the National College of Interpreters began operating in September. The group is headed by Sevan Ozkul, an Armenian who completed an internship in Armenia during the summer.
An official opening ceremony for the engineering workshop was held on November 24. The opening ceremony was attended by Executive Director of the Union of Advanced Technologies Enterprises Hayk Chobanyan, Shiraz Hovakimyan, a representative of the Armenian Embassy in France, Tadeh Karapetian, the head of National College of Interpreters, parents, students and other guests.
During the opening ceremony, Tadeh Karapetian spoke about the activities of the school, the purpose of the Armath engineering workshops and the opening of the Paris workshop, Hayk Chobanyan told about the activities of the Armath engineering workshops. The group leader Sevan Ozkul presented the teaching procedure and content details of the Armath engineering workshops.
The export of the national program Armath started back in 2017. Now there are groups in India, France, Bangladesh, and Kuwait.