05 / 01 / 2021
The annual forum of non-profit training units organized by the National Center for Strategic Partnerships, which was held yesterday, virtually discussed the National Center for Strategic Partnerships' strategic orientations, the challenges facing the training units, and the development plans to address them.
The forum, which was held under the sponsorship of His Excellency Dr. Ahmed bin Fahd Al-Fahaid, Governor of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, and in the presence of several Excellencies, heads of boards of non-profit training units, and executive directors, presented success stories in contributing toward Saudi women's empowerment by developing training paths and establishing Women's training units.
At the beginning of the forum, the General Director of the National Center for Strategic Partnerships, Eng. Matar Al-Enezi, welcomed the Governor and the distinguished guests and stressed the importance of this forum for the exchange of experiences and knowledge and the opening of communication channels between the directors of the strategic partnership's institutes.
In his speech, Dr. Al-Fahaid praised the non-profit training units model based on strategic partnership with the private sector and training new hires in specific and oriented specialties. The Model aims to provide trainees with the necessary skills to start their work with strategic partners and beneficiary companies.
His Excellency expressed his thanks for the continuous support the technical and vocational training finds from the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and His Highness the Crown Prince, which has led to technical and vocational training in the Kingdom being ranked 12th in the world. At the same time, he stressed the non-profit training units' role in training and qualifying Saudi cadres to enter the Saudi labor market in all sectors.
It is worth noting that the National Center for Strategic Partnerships, operated by the Colleges of Excellence Company, manages the complementary relationship between the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF), and the private sector. This relationship aims to meet the labor market's needs in the Kingdom of qualified human resources in the technical and vocational fields by building strategic partnerships with the private sector to operate non-profit training units, starting with employing and supervising the provision of specialized training programs compatible with the Saudi labor market.