The Governor of the Eastern Region Prince Mohammed bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz said that he, as a citizen of this country, feels proud that in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia there is what he called incentives that help young people to cope with modern technology. The Governor added that the many companies spread all over the Kingdom provide job opportunities for the youth.
The Governor was addressing the audience on Sunday which marked “Technology and Employment Day” organized by Dammam College of Technology.
“What we have seen today proves our view on this issue” the Governor added.
Prince Mohammed explained that, that was an indication that the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and His crown Prince are quite keen to provide job opportunities to the youth of this beloved country in every part of the kingdom.
It shall be noted that the Governor during the event had inaugurated three projects among which were and was briefed by the Dean of the College a Solar Energy Car, and Advanced Electronics laboratory and an Advanced Electricity laboratory. An agreement to train and employ 1620 Saudis was signed between the Human Resources Development Fund and three other companies.
Prince Mohammed honored the sponsors of the event and received a trophy from His Excellency the Governor of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation Dr. Ali bin Nasser Al-Ghafis.
Governor Al-Ghafis, on his behalf and on behalf of all employees of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, thanked His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz for inaugurating the Forum adding that the Prince was always the real supporter of such forums. The Forum he said had provided more job opportunities than the number of its graduates.
Dr. Al-Ghafis said that there is another big project which will be implemented in cooperation with ARAMCO where about 3000 candidates will be trained annually. This according to the Governor will provide an excellent training environment for the youth in the technical and vocational sector.
The TVTC has built 38 institutes for training at reformatories and in the Eastern Region there is one institute in each prison.