Jubail Technical Institute of the Royal Commission in Jubail celebrated the graduation of 52 students from “Ma’aden Aluminum” trainees yesterday at the Institute, Trainees spent three years studying maintenance discipline in the presence of engineer Abdullah Fahad Alhuzaim, Director of the Institute, Chairman of Ma’aden Aluminum, engineer Abdulaziz Alharbi, and a number of officials in the company.
The Director of Jubail Technical Institute, engineer Abdullah Fahad Alhuzaim stressed the depth of the partnership with Ma’aden Aluminum in the training and development of the national labor force in technical and technological spheres.
Engineer Alhuzaim said that this group of Ma’aden Aluminum graduates was one of the results of the strategic partnership between Ma’adn Aluminum Company and Colleges and Institutes Sector of the Royal Commission in Jubail and he wished that it could continue, grow and become more diverse. He stressed that we should focus on our mutual national and social responsibility that we seek to take part in it by all means to develop our nation.
On his part, the chairman of Ma’aden Aluminum Company, engineer Abdulaziz Al-Harbi, said that the partnership with the Royal Commission of Jubail and Yanbu which started since 2010 as represented by its colleges and institutes, is very productive in the construction and development of various programs.
Engineer Al-Harbi added that this partnership remains one of the main plinths that ‘Ma’aden’ was committed to by training and developing the capabilities of young Saudis all over the Kingdom through a variety of programs designed to enhance the capacity of young Saudis in the Industrial sector of mining by attracting fresh graduates from high schools as well as bachelor and master degrees holders and enrolling them in their programs. Al-Harbi directed his speech to fresh graduates saying "I wish to emphasize on the importance of punctuality and discipline at the workplace and adherence to safety standards where safety should always be first. It should be the doctrine of all those working in industries with high professionalism and competence. At the end of the ceremony, honors certificates were given to students who had achieved excellence and graduates and commemorative photos were captured.
It is noteworthy that Jubail Technical Institute of the Royal Commission in Jubail follows technical education and training policy through the assessment based on the outputs , highly focusing on widening knowledge horizons, offering positive orientations, polishing know-how scientific and technical skills of the students and graduates in order to provide qualified and highly skilled workforce and strive continuously for improvement and development in all fields to support modern industries sector in the Kingdom.