Representatives of Oxy Oman recently attended the closing ceremony of the educational program and 3D printing competition “Awtad”, exclusively sponsored by the company. Awtad trained teachers and grade 10 students in 3D printing technology, to help them develop their skills in the field. The program is under the supervision of the Ministry of Education and organized by InnoTech, an Omani SME in the field of 3D printing and technology.
The closing event took place at the Ministry of Education under the auspices of HE Majid bin Said Al Bahri, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education for Administrative and Financial Affairs, and in the presence of Said Al Balushi, Deputy -Senior Technical President at Oxy Oman, as well as with senior company representatives.
The closing event celebrated the winning 3D projects created by participating students in Awtad’s latest 3D printing contest. Awtad held a series of hands-on workshops to engage over 230 students, as well as teachers from across the country, in designing and creating 3D printed products and objects. The program aims to create high-level awareness of 3D printing in schools across the Sultanate, as well as its uses and benefits.
“We are happy to celebrate these students and teachers for their creative 3D projects as a success of the Awtad program. The program is in line with Oxy Oman’s social responsibility goals of supporting technological innovation and cutting-edge education. We are proud to exclusively sponsor Awtad through our continued collaboration with the Ministry of Education, to advance creativity and educational excellence throughout the Sultanate,” said Stephen Kelly, President and CEO of Oxy Oman.
This sponsorship is part of Oxy Oman’s long-term efforts and commitment to support programs that enhance innovation and creativity, and is part of Oxy Oman’s long-term efforts and commitment. Oxy Oman to support programs that enhance economic growth and sustainable development and produce positive impacts in neighboring communities.