General / Signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Saudi Ground Services Company and the University of Business and Technology
Monday 4/17/1443 AH corresponding to 11/22/2021 CE و
Jeddah, 17 Rabi’ al-Akhir 1443 AH corresponding to November 22, 2021 AD
Today, the Saudi Ground Services Company signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Business and Technology (UBT), with the aim of enhancing and developing prospects for joint practical and knowledge cooperation in the fields of training and exchanging experiences in an effort to upgrade the capabilities of the sons and daughters of the country, hone their skills and capabilities and employ them in the aviation sector in the Kingdom.
The memorandum aims to provide cooperative training opportunities and provide voluntary opportunities by the Saudi Ground Services Company to students of the University of Business and Technology, while the university offers the company’s employees and their families special discounts on its study programs for the bachelor’s and master’s levels, as well as on foreign language programs offered by the Academy of the University of Business and Technology, in addition to Special offers for company employees on international professional courses and certificates offered by the University’s Executive Education Center.
The Vice President of Human Resources at the Saudi Ground Services Company, Ayman Al-Ghamdi, explained that the signing of the memorandum of understanding comes as the company seeks to build bridges of cooperation with educational and training institutions to support the development of Saudi cadres in the aviation sector, in accordance with the direction of the Kingdom’s vision 2030 and in line with the strategy of the air transport sector aimed at To raise the percentage of Emiratisation in the sector, adding that such agreements contribute to the development and development of the company’s business, in a way that benefits the company and the aviation sector and stimulates economic growth in the Kingdom.
For his part, the General Supervisor of the Strategic Partnerships Center at the University of Business and Technology, Dr. Salah Abu Nar, stressed that one of the university’s goals is education for work, building bridges and strategic partnerships with sectors and entities in the labor market, for the benefit of university graduates and students and providing them with scientific skills. and knowledge required through cooperation with the public and private sectors.
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