The governor said that education curriculum in the state would be adjusted because of the collaboration to accommodate the acquisitions.
Al-Makura said that the agreement would be relevant to modern technical skills to meet contemporary situations.
Al-Makura said the technology would also de-emphasise certificates for white collar jobs and encourage skill acquisition for self reliance.
He said that providing vocational, technical skills and special education for the physically challenged were part of the broad vision of his administration toward ensuring that no segment of the society was segregated against accessing quality education.
According to him, the first phase of the training will commence in three centres, including the relevant technology skills acquisition centres in Doma and Lafia local government areas as well as the Government Technical College, Assakio.
The Chief Executive Officer of the institute, Dr Benjamin Tan, had earlier explained that the shipment of the equipment had already commenced, just as experts from the institute would also be at hand to help in the modification of the curriculum.