The memorandum of understanding was signed by Dr. Ali Bin Nasser Al-Ghafis, Governor of TVTC; Engineer Khalid Bin Omar Al Kaf, MD and CEO of Mobily; and Microsoft Arabia’s president Samir Ben Mohamed Noman in its headquarters in Riyadh.
The Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) signed a memorandum of understanding with both Mobily and Microsoft Arabia to raise the level of using technology in the educational process in the TVTC colleges and enhance productivity levels and better qualify students for the labor market.
The agreement was signed by Dr. Ali Bin Nasser Al-Ghafis, Governor of TVTC; Engineer Khalid Bin Omar Al Kaf, MD and CEO of Mobily; and Microsoft Arabia’s president Samir Ben Mohamed Noman in its headquarters in Riyadh
Al-Ghafis said the signing of the agreement emphasizes the role of the technological development in enriching the training process, and this coincides with the efforts made by TVTC in the development of national human resources in cooperation with the relevant authorities in both public and private sectors.
He added that the institution is seeking to equip all training units with the modern technological equipment in line with the latest technical means that would qualify the trainee to match the developments in the labor market which is basically depends upon technology. TVTC seeks to provide training programs with a high level of quality and the latest technical aspects.
Engineer Al Kaf said the existing cooperation between Mobily and TVTC will contribute to the enhancement of students’ education.
He noted that technology is becoming today a part of the educational process, and it is no longer a luxury as it has shortened the time and effort and provided all necessary tools for both student and teacher at any time and place.
Al Kaf said Mobily will spare no effort in order to strengthen this cooperation and harness all resources for the students to deal with technology in their work and shape their better future.
Under this cooperation, tablet computers will be provided to the trainees with productivity applications (Microsoft Office and other educational applications programs and applications) to upgrade the level of students’ productivity necessary for the labor market. — SG