Bus Guidance Office trains more than 2000 guides and administrators before Hajj

The Bus Guidance Office coordinates guided transport for pilgrims during Hajj. (Spa)
Updated 27 July 2018
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Bus Guidance Office trains more than 2000 guides and administrators before Hajj

  • The Director General of the Bus Guidance Office in Makkah and Madinah Abdullah bin Hassan Sindi said that the office is keen to train administrators and guides
  • Sindi added that the training courses’ stated aim is to support development and efficiency in order to increase the quality of employee performance during Hajj

JEDDAH: The Bus Guidance Office in Makkah and Madinah has launched a training and qualification program for 2000 guides and administrators who will be working during this year’s Hajj season.

The Director General of the Bus Guidance Office in Makkah and Madinah Abdullah bin Hassan Sindi said that the office is keen to develop leaders, administrators, and guides through the training program, and provide theoretical and practical training to new guides before the Hajj season. The program also aims to improve human relations and achieve the operational goals of the office.

Sindi added that the courses provided aim is to support development and efficiency in order to increase the quality of employee performance. They also aim to explain the operational plan for both practical and administrative procedures.


Saudi ambassador to China: royal visit reflects friendly relations

Updated 47 min 59 sec ago
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Saudi ambassador to China: royal visit reflects friendly relations

  • The Crown Prince will head the Saudi side during the meetings
  • The states will sign agreements in fields of energy, transport, investment and technology

DUBAI: The Saudi Crown Prince’s visit to China reflects the depth of relations and strategic partnerships between the two countries in various fields, Saudi ambassador to the country said.

The Chinese leadership welcomed the Crown Prince on Thursday, ahead of meetings of the joint committee in Beijing, Turki bin Mohammed Al-Mady added.

Agreements and memorandums of understanding will be signed in the energy, investment, transport and technology sectors during the meeting, the ambassador said.