KSA’s entertainment authority inks deal with Colleges of Excellence to promote national talent

The agreement aims to promote cooperation between both parties by attracting students to programs supervised by the CoE. (SPA)
Updated 03 July 2019

KSA’s entertainment authority inks deal with Colleges of Excellence to promote national talent

  • GEA would partake in outlining the standards and skills required for workers in the entertainment industry

RIYADH: The General Entertainment Authority (GEA), represented by its chief sector development officer Ahmed Al-Sharqi, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Colleges of Excellence (CoE), represented by its CEO, Dr. Fahad Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Tuwaijri, to enhance cooperation between the two bodies and transfer expertise in the fields of training, education and human resources development.
The MoU was signed at GEA’s headquarters in Riyadh on June 30. The agreement aims to promote cooperation between both parties by attracting students to programs supervised by the CoE and engaging them in practical training programs through the events licensed by GEA. Throughout the agreement, GEA would also partake in outlining the standards and skills required for workers in the entertainment industry in accordance with CoE’s curricula, which is aligned with global vocational training institutions.
This step reflects GEA’s aim to promote the entertainment sector by enrolling young Saudi talents.


Arab coalition: Houthi armed drone, ballistic missiles launched toward Khamis Mushait intercepted

Updated 13 August 2020

Arab coalition: Houthi armed drone, ballistic missiles launched toward Khamis Mushait intercepted

  • The armed drone was intercepted and downed in the morning
  • The ballistic missiles were intercepted and destroyed in the evening

RIYADH: A Houthi armed drone and two ballistic missiles launched towards Saudi Arabia's Khamis Mushait were intercepted on Thursday, the Arab coalition said.

The armed drone was intercepted and downed in the morning whilst the ballistic missiles were intercepted in the evening, Arab coalition spokesperson Col. Turki Al-Maliki said. 

Al-Maliki stressed that the coalition continues to take appropriate actions to deal with hostile and terrorist Houthi acts in accordance with international humanitarian law.