StudentFor Students

THE SAT is an excellent vocational skills training centre. It provides Iraqi students the opportunity to launch a successful career in the heavy equipment industry, as a mechanic technician, a driver or in a more commercial role in IT, Sales, Business Administration or Management. High-quality comprehensive courses in English and Computer essentials, ensure the basis of a successful career with us.

Our courses are dynamic and engaging, focusing on practical as well as theoretical training and geared towards gaining an apprenticeship with Scania

Click here to find out more and see why we are right for you.

For Employers

At SAT, we support Iraqi companies and organisations by training students on the latest systems and technology currently available in the industry through a program developed hand-in-hand with SCANIA. A student graduating from SAT is one who has been trained extensively on the latest SCANIA heavy equipment machinery and technology. To find our more, click here…

 If you represent an organisation that requires skilled labour, get in touch here.

infoAbouth the SAT

The Swedish Academy for Training (SAT) is a vocational skills training centre established by UNIDO in partnership with, Scania, The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), international education specialists Education First (EF), and the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA). More about the SAT Project…

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I am proud to work with the SAT. The dedication of the staff, the students and our partners has resulted in one of the most successfull projects I have seen. The proof is that most of our graduates have found productive work within six months of graduation

Erik Ladefoged
Asoos Nabeel Abdulla at the opening ceremony of the Swedish Academy for Training, Erbil, Iraq, 17th April 2012

This academy is a first of its kind in Iraq and the region. This public-private partnership will serve the needs of hundreds of youth by providing them with the necessary skills to help themselves and the country

Asoos Nabeel Abdulla, the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs in the Kurdistan Regional Government