The Institute of Concrete Technology
Founded in 1972, The Institute of Concrete Technology (ICT)’s mission is to preserve and promote concrete technology as a recognised engineering discipline and consolidate the professional status of practising concrete technologists. It is the concrete sector’s professional development body, operating internationally, with nearly 500 members in more than 30 countries worldwide. It is an awarding body for qualifications in concrete technology and a facilitator of continuing professional development (CPD) and networking opportunities.
Sultanate of Oman
Oman, a nation on the Arabian Peninsula, has terrain encompassing desert, riverbed oases and long coastlines on the Arabian Sea, the Sea of Oman and the Arabian Gulf. Wahiba Sands is a region of dunes inhabited by Bedouins. The port capital, Muscat, is home to the massive, contemporary Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, and the old waterfront Muttrah quarter, with its labyrinthine souk and busy fish market.
Military Technological College, Muscat
The creation of the Military Technological College presents an excellent opportunity for young graduates to embark on a first rate career in engineering and to contribute to one of His Majesty's (Qaboos bin Al Said) Services as expert technologists at this most exciting time, with advanced technological developments of Oman's aeronautical, naval and ground forces and of the national
Oman is known for its popular tourist attractions. Wadi's (Valleys) deserts, beaches, and mountains are areas which make Oman unique to its neighbouring Gulf Cooperation Council nations (Wadis in particular). Jebel Shams is Oman's tallest mountain, highest point, and is a popular destination for camping. Most of the major malls are located in Muscat, the capital. The largest mall in the country is the Muscat City Centre which was built by Majid Futtaim, an Emirati business man. Other popular tourist activities include sand skiing in the desert, mountain-climbing, camel racing, and camping.