RIYADH: The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology recently announced new training within the Future Skills Initiative, offering specialized courses for students to excel in the digital sector as a part of the Vision 2030 Human Capability Development Program.
The program aims to develop the digital capabilities of students and employees in the information technology industry through digital empowerment.
The training includes courses in various fields with certificates of accreditation provided to the students upon completion.
Some of the topics that the training covers include: Project management methodology, information security, Linux fundamentals, user experience design, business analysis, certified systems security practitioner, computer vision, and fundamentals of development and operations.
In order to enrol in the online training program, students must be 18 years or older and qualified in the field of communications and IT. The program is open to Saudi citizens, both women and men.
The ministry shared that these training programs will assist and benefit students working in information security, cyber security, professional services, digital transformation, blockchain technologies, data analysis, AI, and more.
Minister of Communications and Information Technology Abdullah Al-Swaha aims to inspire the creative capabilities of Saudi youth.
One of the missions of the ministry is to drive the growth of educational digital content in the Saudi market and create new and innovative ways for people to excel in their careers in technology.
The Human Capacity Development Program aims to provide modern training courses in emerging technologies and digital fields using supportive techniques in cooperation with training partners within the Future Skills Initiative.