The Chamber of Commerce and Industry signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Abdul Mohsin Al Hokair Group for Tourism and Development, represented by the Al Hokair Hotel Training Institute. Al-Hokair said that the memorandum includes building a strategic partnership and partnership to provide excellent training and development activities to serve the business sectors in Riyadh city, as well as rehabilitating and developing the skills of the national workforce in implementation of the state policy aimed at localization of jobs and replacing national labor instead of expatriates. Al-Hokair pointed out that the two-year duration of the memorandum requires the preparation and implementation of joint training activities in the hotel, tourism and leisure sectors mainly in the preparation, design and implementation of joint rehabilitation programs for Saudi youth in occupations required by the private sector. The memorandum also provides for the preparation and implementation of joint seminars, conferences and lectures Serving the business sector.
As well as the implementation of international workshops to provide joint training programs aimed at the development of management leaders in the sectors of hotels, tourism and entertainment. In addition to updating the training bags in its first year in line with the latest developments while expanding the training base outside Riyadh, and also concluding strategic partnership agreements with Prince Sultan College and the Arab Tourism Organization with the opening Jeddah branch for men and women. He said: “We have concluded bilateral agreements with universities and academic institutions worldwide to cooperate in the exchange of training bags and faculty members and scholarships such as the Jordan University of Applied University, with the universities of Eckert Germany and William Englis Australian, and the adoption of English in teaching. The training plan is aimed at attracting Saudi women and training them in coordination with the Tourism Authority, pointing out that the trainee receives a reward during training from the Human Resources Fund, After graduation, as is the case for the first installment on demand to five thousand riyals, and some of them benefit from other companies such as telecommunications and banking.