Saudi Arabia is set to take part in the WorldSkills Asia Competition in Abu Dhabi from Nov. 27-29.
The Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, represented by the General Secretariat of the National Skills Competition, is supporting the Saudi team in four key skills: mobile robotics, welding, electrical installations, and fashion and design.
The second edition of the competition promises a melting pot of talent, with contestants and experts from more than 30 countries showcasing their abilities in 27 technical and vocational skills.
Adel Alzenedy, TVTC’s deputy governor for training, spoke of the institution’s steadfast commitment to nurture, support, and find talented individuals.
The goal is to cultivate skills, equipping participants for international competitions and exhibitions, while ultimately shaping a national workforce to contribute significantly to the country’s development.
Alzenedy underscored the pivotal role of youth as a genuine investment in the future. TVTC is actively implementing diverse initiatives and programs across colleges and institutes which aim to empower youth and elevate capabilities and skills.