Abdulsalam Al-Hamzani has been an IT supervisor at the Ministry of Education since September 2018.
He has also been a ministerial coach at the ministry’s National Center for Academic Accreditation since February 2019, and a founding member of the Cyber Ocean Academy since November 2018.
Al-Hamzani completed his bachelor’s degree in computer sciences from the University of Hail in 2008 and his master’s degree in education technology from King Abdul Aziz University in 2014.
Al-Hamzani’s previous job experience includes working as an instructor in computer sciences at Al-Alamiah Institute for Computer and Technology from June 2008 to February 2009.
He also worked as a branch manager of New Horizons Computer Learning Centers in Hafar Al-Batin between September 2010 and January 2011.
Al-Hamzani is currently a technical adviser to a number of entities in Riyadh. He conducted his training programs at Al-Alamiah Institute for Computer and Technology and the New Horizons Computer Learning Center, among others.
The training programs include the Internet of Things, Training Trainers, Manassati platform, cloud computing security and protection, proficiency in excel and databases, computer maintenance, cybersecurity, the use of computers in businesses, data entry and word processing.
Al-Hamzani has completed many programs such as CCNA networking basics from Cisco, an introduction and basics of cybersecurity from the National Center for Academic Accreditation, and computer networking basics and Unix basics from the Institute of Public Administration.