TVTC starts distributing mobile maintenance tools to trainees

PAYOFF: A trainee reaps the rewards of having being trained at by TVTC.
Updated 12 May 2016
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TVTC starts distributing mobile maintenance tools to trainees

RIYADH: The Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) has started distributing 20,000 bags of mobile maintenance tools to its trainees.
“The bags contain maintenance tools as support for them if and when they join the labor market in the field of communications,” said TVTC Spokesman Fahd Al-Otaibi.
Al-Otaibi said the bags include all tools and equipment needed for the repair and maintenance of components of various kinds of smartphones.
He said that the “bags initiative comes as a support to the trainees and to motivate them after completing the training programs on the maintenance and sale of mobile devices.”
“The bags initiative is also intended to infuse them with the enthusiasm as the TVTC trainers intended as they shared their knowledge with them so that they become competent in their field,” he said.
He added that the role of the modules is not limited to training and rehabilitation but also to help them when they leave the TVTC which is backed by the Human Resources Development Fund.
“The modules will be of great help to them in various ways if and when they join the labor market in communications,” Al-Otaibi added.
He added that TVTC has turned out numerous trainees on the maintenance of mobile devices and who are now making money by using their knowledge and skills in mobile maintenance and repair.
He added that with colleges and institutes all over the Kingdom, TVTC trains more than 120,000 trainees in more than 100 locations.
“TVTC was formerly called GOTEVOT, or General Organization for Technical Education and Vocational Training,” Al-Otaibi said.


Saudi leadership condole with Khashoggi’s family and relatives

Updated 22 October 2018
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Saudi leadership condole with Khashoggi’s family and relatives

  • King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman talked with the son of the late journalist on Sunday

JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have extended their condolences to the family and relatives of the late journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi Press Agency reported early Monday.
King Salman expressed his deepest sympathy in a telephone call Sunday to Salah Jamal Khashoggi, the son of the 59-year-old journalist, who died in Istanbul early this month.
The crown prince also condoled with Salah Jamal Khashoggi by phone, the SPA said.
Khashoggi's son thanked the king and the crown prince, the report added. 

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir earlier said that the death of Khashoggi was the result of a “rogue operation” by people acting beyond the scope of their authority.