At the Faculty of Law of the University of Tetova was held the training “Community Emergency Response Team” with participants from Utah Valley University, Institute for Emergency Management and Disaster Assistance.
They were initially welcomed by the Vice – Rector for Education of UT, Prof. Dr. Reshat Qahili and the Chief of the Rector’s Cabinet of UT, Assistant Prof. Faton Shabani. At this meeting was discussed about the recent developments at the University of Tetova and Utah Valley University, where priority was given to the harmonization of study programs based on the demands and needs of the labor market, in the future to work in this direction in compiling these programs to be in line with the technological and economic developments.
After this meeting, at the Faculty of Law was held the training “Community Emergency Response Team”, presented by Utah Valley University professors and students of the Institute for Emergency Management and Disaster Assistance. This training was also attended by professors and students from the Faculty of Law, namely the study programs of Criminology, Justice, Political Science and Journalism.
During the training, the students of both universities managed to practically follow the forensics, legal medicine and emergency response sections. The Dean of the Faculty of Law, Prof. Dr. Qebir Avziu assessed that trainings of this kind are in the interest of all students in order to get acquainted in more detail with how to respond to emergencies. While, Prof. Dr. Ali Musliu thanked Utah Valley University professors and students for their contribution and desire to share their personal experiences with the students and professor of the University of Tetova regarding these events.
Professors John Fisher and Cris Lindquist of Utah Valley University also thanked the hosts and expressed their pleasure in deepening the cooperation between the two universities. Also, in early September, a group of five students of the Faculty of Law from the University of Tetova will visit Utah Valley University, namely the Institute for Emergency Management and Disaster Assistance.