Graduates learned the training tracks for metals aluminum, which focused on acquisition of basic science and specialization. Graduates of the program will be able to gain employment in the company's aluminum projects in the Ras Al-Khair Industrial City.
The head of the Ma'aden aluminum, Abdulaziz Al Harbi, said that the track helps trainees participate in the process of construction and development in the aluminum field. The strategy falls in line with the development plans of the state and the vision for the Kingdom of 2030.
The Jubail Technical Institute Royal Commission pursues education and technical training policy and seeks to expand the frontiers of knowledge. The partnership between Saudi Arabian Mining Company and the Royal Commission has contributed to the learning development of 2,000 trainees. Of these 2,000, nearly 70 percent have proceeded to company sites to begin work.