English courses for women

Updated 19 July 2012
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English courses for women

The Technical and Vocational Training Council in Makkah is holding intensive English language courses for women graduates of technical, technology and communication colleges.
The final date for course registration is tomorrow (Friday).
The criteria for those joining the program is they must be Saudi nationals and possess a full time diploma from a higher education technical or communication college in the Kingdom.
The graduate’s diploma should be no older than three years. Students of the program must hand over original documents for enrollment.
The completion of the program will give priority to those who have been admitted to the scholarship program of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah for technical training.
For more information and to register, visit www.tvtc.gov.sa.


Thousands attend Saudi Arabia’s 11th Honey Festival

Updated 13 min 54 sec ago
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Thousands attend Saudi Arabia’s 11th Honey Festival

JEDDAH: Visitors flocked to Saudi Arabia’s 11th International Honey Festival in the southwestern region of Baha.
The attendees and participants praised the festival’s events and the variety of honey products featured at the exhibition.
The exhibition also attracted visitors from outside the region, who were interested in participating in the festival.
Visitors, quoted by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), described how they enjoyed all the exhibitions included in the festival, praising the success they had witnessed and the festival’s various attracting events.
The festival has greatly contributed to boosting local tourism.
The festival aims to help beekeepers promote their products in a professional manner and is also financially rewarding.
It also offers vacationers an opportunity to purchase honey from authentic sellers.
The festival is considered the most prominent for honey producers and apiarists in the Middle East.
It also falls in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which aims to propel Saudi Arabia as a main producer of honey both regionally and internationally.
It also aims to develop the industry for nutritional and medicinal purposes.