RIYADH: The Saudi Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf) on Monday signed an agreement with the Real Estate General Authority (REGA) to train and employ more than 11,000 Saudi researchers and jobseekers in the real estate sector.
The deal was signed in Riyadh by REGA Gov. Issam bin Hamad Al-Mubarak and Hadaf Director Turki Al-Jawini, in the presence of Minister of Housing Majid Al-Hogail.
To qualify for the program, trainees will need to be Saudi nationals with a valid ID, aged between 18 and 60, and must not be a student or employed in the public or private sector.
Applicants will not be accepted if they are enrolled on another related training program already underway.
REGA will coordinate with private-sector establishments engaged in Saudization-targeted commercial activities to identify suitable job opportunities for trainees.