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TVTC teachers graduate from Huawei training programme.

ICT solutions provider, Huawei and the Technical and Vocation Training Corporation (TVTC), have celebrated the conclusion of an international knowledge-transfer program held for 20 teachers from the TVTC.

The graduation ceremony, which marked the

conclusion of the two-week program, was held at Huawei's global headquarters in

Shenzhen, China and comes as part of the long-term strategic partnership

between TVTC, an organisation overseeing all vocational and technical training

programs within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Huawei, to empower young Saudi

students looking to pursue a career in the region's growing IT sector.

"As the Kingdom moves closer to developing

a true knowledge-based economy, Huawei is dedicated to strengthening local knowledge-transfer

programs with our partners across KSA, supporting institutions like TVTC to equip

aspiring professionals with the right skills to build successful careers," said

Zhangpeng, vice president of public affairs and communications at Huawei.

The program, which was was hosted by Huawei

involved a diversity of Huawei professors and research experts working with the

TVTC teachers to explore the latest innovations in telecommunication, IT, and

unified communication technologies.

"Developing global education initiatives in

partnership with leading companies like Huawei has been a key focus for TVTC as

we look to ultimately offer students in Saudi Arabia access to the very best

global tools and resources to advance their future careers," said Fahad

Al Tuwaijry, TVTC deputy governor.

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