Առաջարկ The Association for the Support of the Franco-Armenian Construction Institute-ից

“A Key Issue at the Local Level
> The establishment of high-standard schools will attract
young students from all over the World.
> The IFA-BTP, will thus attract many students both from the Armenian Diaspora and other horizons.
> The IFA-BTP will act as a catalyst to develop the construction industry in Armenia (Universities and Companies):
— bringing a fresh boost and the latest construction methods;
— training of qualified workers, qualified technicians, and engineers in cutting edge technologies;
— and preserving the expertise existing in the country.
> The IFA-BTP will create:
— a window on new opportunities for local schools and universities through the creation of strong partnerships;
— a gap opening for local companies through block-release training for their employees;
— a new network of influential Armenian and French construction companies.
> The IFA-BTP will focus on developing its activities in the environmental, economic and social fields.

Cost-effective Action with an International Impact:

By participating in the development of the IFA-BTP, France is reinforcing its base in Armenia and in the region:
> On a local, regional and international level, the IFA-BTP will act as a catalyst, ensuring the development of the French label in the region;
— solidification of the Francophonie in Armenia;
— reinforcement of existing ties between the local authorities in both countries.
> The IFA-BTP, a reliable partner for the construction industry will offer:
— exchange programmes for students;
— exchange programmes for teachers;
— internships for students both in France and around the world.
> The IFA-BTP will be a support for French construction
companies providing:
— Assistance and support for access to tenders in Armenia (transport infrastructures
water infrastructures, nuclear…);
— Access to local partners in the Region;
— Training for students who will become competent multilingual engineers and technicians with a very competitive added value.”

The Association for the Support of the Franco-Armenian Construction Institute