Saudi Aramco inks deal to establish energy academy

Saudi Aramco inks deal to establish energy academy
Updated 08 December 2015

Saudi Aramco inks deal to establish energy academy

Saudi Aramco inks deal to establish energy academy

JEDDAH: Saudi Aramco is setting up an energy academy. The establishment of National Academy of Energy follows an agreement signed here Tuesday, with six national and international agencies, SPA reports.
The signing of the memorandum of understanding to establish the academy was held in the presence of representatives of the agencies.
They included Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, Saline Water Conversion Corporation, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Electricity Company, General Electric Company and Siemens Company, aside from Saudi Aramco.
“The agreement comes within the company's ambitious initiative to keep up with the highest international levels of training and providing services for the public and private sectors to graduate specialized young Saudis to work efficiently in the energy sector that is witnessing rapid and steady growth,” Saudi Aramco stated.
The academy will provide specialized training programs in electricity, micro machines, mechanics, renewable energy, nuclear energy and energy efficiency, in addition to operating, manufacturing and producing areas.