Red Sea National Academy: Leap Forward in Vocational Training

Red Sea National Academy to Qualify 10,000 Saudis by 2030

The General Organization for Technical and Vocational Training, Colleges of Excellence company, and Red Sea International have signed a MoU to establish the “Red Sea National Academy”. This strategy aims to develop and implement training programs in specialties that meet regional job market needs. The signing occurred on the sidelines of the Human Capacity Initiative Conference in Riyadh.

The memorandum was endorsed by the Minister of Education, Yousef Al-Banyan. Reem Al-Mugel, Deputy Governor for Planning and Business Development at the General Organization for Technical and Vocational Training signed this memorandum. Moreover, Ayman Al-Abdullah, CEO of Colleges of Excellence; and John Pagano, CEO of Red Sea International signed it.

 Academy’s Objectives

The partnership’s terms include the establishment and operation of the “Red Sea National Academy” in Al-Wajh Governorate. The academy plans to develop training programs meeting the job market’s needs and aims to train about 10,000 trainees by 2030. Moreover, this initiative will open job opportunities for Saudi youth in diverse sectors like hospitality, tourism, and hotel management.

Commitment to Human Resource Development

Al-Mugel reaffirmed the institution’s commitment to developing national human resources through varied training programs and strategic private-sector partnerships. The Red Sea National Academy is expected to be a qualitative addition to KSA’s education and training system. Consequently, this significantly contributes to achieving the goals of Vision 2030.

Red Sea National Academy’s Role in Enhancing KSA’s Tourism

Al-Abdullah expressed confidence in the academy’s ability to supply the tourism sector with qualified Saudi personnel. Besides, the academy aims to create a stimulating training environment that enhances creative and innovative skills, making it a leading center for tourism education and training.

John Pagano’s Insights on Tourism Growth

In addition, Pagano highlighted Saudi Arabia’s status as one of the world’s fastest-growing tourist destinations. Red Sea International’s leadership in Vision 2030’s goals will enable the academy to provide top-quality training for Saudi talent in emerging tourist destinations.

Impact of Red Sea National Academy

Establishing the Red Sea National Academy represents a significant step towards developing Saudi Arabia’s tourism sector and supporting Vision 2030. The academy will offer high-quality training programs to meet job market needs and provide promising job opportunities for the nation’s youth.

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