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The Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources sponsors the graduation ceremony of the Institute’s trainees for the year 2022.
Monday, February 28, 2022

The Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources sponsors the graduation ceremony of the Institute’s trainees for the year 2022.

The Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources sponsors the graduation ceremony of the Institute's trainees for the year 2022. His Excellency the Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources Mr. Bandar bin Ibrahim AlKhorayef sponsored the graduation ceremony of the trainees of the Higher Institute for Plastics Fabrication in Riyadh today, which constitutes an important platform to provide the sector with young Saudi competencies to join quality jobs, in the presence of His Excellency the Deputy Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, Eng. Osama bin Abdulaziz Al-Zamil and His Excellency the Governor of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, Dr. Ahmed bin Fahd Alfahaid, and the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to the Kingdom, Mr. Fumio Iwai. The ceremony witnessed the graduation of 300 young institute trainees from batches (25th, 26th, 27th), who will constitute an important addition to the workforce in the plastic manufacturing sector. During the ceremony, he signed a cooperation agreement in the field of vocational training between the Technical and Vocational Corporation - TVTC and the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation - SABIC within the Nusaned initiatives aimed at localizing the local industry. The Institute has been contributing since its inception 13 years ago; In supporting the localization of jobs in the plastic manufacturing industries, which is one of the most promising industries that enhance local workforce in the Kingdom. The Higher Institute for Plastics Fabrication is one of the important strategic partnerships of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation with the private sector. It was established at the initiative of the Ministry of Energy and under the supervision of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation; In partnership with "SHARQ", one of the SABIC companies, and the Japanese company SPDC Ltd.