The Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GOIC) will hold a training course on World Trade Organization (WTO) rules and their impact on the industrial sector in GCC countries at its Doha headquarters from May 25-28, the organization announced in a press release.
GOIC organizes this course as part of its endeavors to build capacities of workers in the industrial sector in GCC countries. Participants will get to know WTO rules and regulations and their repercussions on the sectors of industries and services in GCC countries.
It will also be a suitable opportunity for representatives of the private sector and officials from institutions in charge of standards in the area of understanding and using WTO rules and mechanisms to exchange opinions and expertise.
The course targets representatives of the private sector and of institutions in charge of specifications and standards, in addition to parties interested in WTO rules.
The training includes various topics such as: introducing WTO rules that affect the industrial sector the most during all phases related to production, marketing, importing and exporting, going through detailed rules of WTO agreements and aspects related to understanding and using the available rules and mechanisms by government institutions and organizations in charge of standards and specifications and the private sector for the benefit of the industrial sector and the services sector.
Furthermore, the course stresses available capabilities in the context of the WTO, notably in terms of developing the industrial sector and adopting exporting strategies. Participants get to know available mechanisms to protect branches of industrial production in GCC countries, and they become familiar with methods allowing them to access information on the markets and the capacity to access new markets.
GOIC continuously seeks to boost individual and organizational capacities within the industrial sector of GCC countries and Yemen through its training courses.