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    30/08/2016
    The eighth Saudi Technical Conference and Exhibition (STCEX 2016) provides a platform for bringing together a select group of distinguished international and local experts to exchange ideas
     
 
  • Dr. Ahmed Ben Mohamed Al-Eissa

    Minister of Education
    CEO of Technical and Vocational Training Corporation

  • The country, under the leadership of the custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman Ben Abd Al-Aziz, God bliss him, paid a great attention to training to raise efficiency of the human forces. This is what the Kingdom's vision 2030 AD focused on by paying attention to the education sector and training in order to achieve greater integration between higher education, public education, and technical and vocational training, and that the public education outputs be able to fulfill the needs of, and fit in with the contemporary life to meet the national need for trained manpower.

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  • Dr. Ahmed Bin Fahad Al- Fahad

    Governor
    Technical and Vocational Training Corporation

  • The Eighth Saudi Technical Conference and Exhibition will be different this year as it focuses on the future trends in the field of technical and vocational education and training, in accordance with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, that will be Insha'Allah the support point for all the programs and initiatives of the corporation to develop and upgrade the technical and vocational training efficiency in the Kingdom.

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  • Dr. Fahad Abdulaziz Altwaijri

    Chairman
    STCEX8 Organizing Committee

  • Sixteen years ago, the Saudi Technical Conference and Exhibition was launched. Seven rounds were completed since then. Today, we are proud to launch the eighth round that comes timely with the launch of the Saudi National Vision 2030; the vision of prosperity and growth that, amongst others, places great emphasis on the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector. As a result, it is envisioned that the sector will witness an increase in students’ enrollment, improved quality of graduates, and a direct and rapid alignment with the labor market needs.

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