Flag Raising Ceremony at ADNOC Technical Institute ADNOC CEO visits to ATI Blood Donation Programme Certificate Distribution ATI Students at Schlumberger Abu Dhabi Police visited ATI to inform students about good citizenship, road safety issues and correct observance of the law ATI students engage in practical learning on the ADMA Pilot Training Plants All students in the ATI Technical programme take a six–week practical course in the four new pilot plants: the wellhead, the oil processing plant, the gas dehydration plant and the gas sweetening plant. Hands-on, practical learning forms the basis of instruction at ATI.

Message from the Chairman of the ATI Board of Trustees

ATI Chairman As ADNOC continues to grow its business and expand production, it will require a new generation of highly talented young professionals. ADNOC is committed to maximising Emirati participation in the workforce—an undertaking that will provide many career opportunities for the technicians and field operators who graduate from ATI.

Founded in 1978, ATI has trained over 5000 technicians and operators, many of whom now occupy senior positions within ADNOC’s group companies. Career opportunities for hard-working, motivated and skilled technicians will be plentiful as ADNOC rolls out its five-year business plan and longer term strategy.

Over the last two years there have been major developments, expansions, and improvements at ATI’s Training Facilities, including the ADMA Pilot Plants building. This facility consists of four new pilot training plants that greatly enhance the learning experience of our students by providing unparalleled opportunities for hands-on in-plant training and real on the job training experiences.

In addition, ATI is supported by modern and fully equipped workshops, smart classrooms, science laboratories, DCS simulation centers, multimedia centers, and laboratories for each specialisation. A new English Language Training Center is also being developed, with an expected opening in 2017. Student life is also sustained by various indoor and outdoor sports facilities.

ATI’s students will play a critical role in the future of the ADNOC Group of Companies, and the UAE as a whole. ATI staff and educators support and instruct students, ensuring that they will become dedicated and knowledgeable technicians and operators, ready to help ADNOC and contribute to achieving its key objectives. So, I urge all students to take full advantage of the opportunities offered through ATI.

Finally, on behalf of the ATI Board of Trustees and myself, I would like to welcome all students, and staff to ATI and express my hope that you will enjoy a happy and successful future with the company.

Abdulaziz Al Hajri

Chairman of the ATI Board of Trustees





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