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Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Successfully Delivers NEBOSH Training Course and Examination to Engineers

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Successfully Delivers NEBOSH Training Course and Examination to Engineers

11-June-2017

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently completed a NEBOSH- UK International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (IGC) course for a group of 19 engineers and technicians from various companies.

Dr. Mohamed Sharif, the director of the Institute, stated that the institute delivered the training course and arranged for the international examination to be conducted at the institute under the supervision of the British Council. He added that the IGC certification is in high demand among various industries. It covers occupational health and safety policies and procedures that must be followed in a wide range of activities, including the building and construction, manufacturing and petrochemical industries.

Dr. Sharif indicated that the next IGC and IOGC (International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety) courses will start on July 9 and 23, 2017, respectively, and the registration is still open for those who are interested in completing the courses and examinations.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Training Agreement with Saudi KAD Contracting Company

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Training Agreement with Saudi KAD Contracting Company

27-September-2016

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently signed a training agreement with the Saudi KAD Contracting Company to train 60 of its Saudi employees in welding and fabrication technology as part of the first phase of the job localization (Saudization) program.

Dr. Mohamed A. Sharif, director of the Institute, stated that the training program has recently started; its duration is six months and it is designed to qualify young Saudis to work as competent welders and fabricators. He added that the training program consists of a number of courses, including technical English language, occupational safety and health, technical drawing, and applied mathematics, as well as theoretical and practical courses on flux-cored arc welding (FCAW) technology.

The training program focuses on welding mild steel plates and pipes of various thicknesses and diameters and in different welding positions, using the latest welding equipment that is available at the institute. The company expects employees to be able to professionally weld metals of various dimensions and in different positions.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Receives Accreditation from NEBOSH-UK

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Receives Accreditation from NEBOSH-UK

25-September-2016
 

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training has recently been accredited by the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH-UK) to deliver the following two certificate training courses: International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety; and International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety.

Dr. Mohamed A. Sharif, director of the Institute, stated that the accreditation was granted to the institute to deliver the two internationally accredited certification training courses in occupational safety and health because the institute has fulfilled all the requirements and met the strict standards stipulated by NEBOSH-UK. He added that the duration of the first training course is 80 hours (16 days) and the duration of the second course is 34 hours (six days). The course participants are then registered to sit for the certification examinations that are supervised by the British Council.

He stated that the general certificate course is suitable for supervisors, engineers and other employees who are involved in occupational health and safety in various manufacturing and service industries, while the technical certificate course is targeted at managers, superintendents, supervisors and engineers who work in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.

Dr. Sharif invites all owners, stakeholders and concerned parties at various private- and public-sector organizations to visit the institute and learn more about the internationally accredited training courses offered there.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training provides training programs accredited by the Saudi Technical and Vocational Training Corporation and financially supported by the Human Resources Development Fund. The institute is also accredited by a number of major national companies as a registered corporate training provider. It utilizes the newest innovations in industrial training equipment and employs highly qualified and experienced professionals to develop and deliver customized training programs in addition to those on the regular schedule.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Participates in the Training and Development Exhibition at SciTech

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Participates in the Training and Development Exhibition at SciTech

10-May-2016

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training participated in the Training and Development exhibition that was organized by the Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Science and Technology Center (SciTech) in Al-Khobar and held from May 3 through May 5, 2016.

Dr. Mohamed Sharif, the director of the Institute, stated that the exhibition provided an excellent opportunity to meet with potential clients and the public at large and to describe the wide array of training programs and services that are offered by the Institute.

He added that many individuals and company representatives attending the exhibition were very interested in the training programs and specialized short courses available. They were invited to visit the Institute to tour the state-of-the-art facilities, discuss their specific training requirements and explore the wide range of solutions provided by the Institute.

Graduation of the First Batch of Schlumberger Company Trainees from Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training

Graduation of the First Batch of Schlumberger Company Trainees from Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training

22-June-2015

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently held a graduation ceremony for the first batch of Schlumberger Middle East Company trainees.

Dr. Mohamed Abdulla Sharif, the director of the Institute, revealed that 58 of Schlumberger company trainees have successfully completed and recently graduated from the Certificate in Oil Field Services Technology training program.

He added that the graduation ceremony was attended by His Excellency Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, the Chief Executive Officer of the Oil and Gas Holding Company (Nogaholding); Dr. Chokri Benamor, Vice President and General Manager of Schlumberger Middle East; Abdul Mohsin Abdullah Al Ghamdi, the Vice President of Administration and HR at Zamil Industrial and the Executive Director of the Institute, along with many esteemed guests and the graduates themselves.

Dr. Sharif opened the ceremony by welcoming the guests and graduates and showing appreciation for their participation. This was followed by a speech by Dr. Benamor, in which he outlined the nature of the work of Schlumberger and explained the expectations that senior executives have for the Institute’s graduates. His Excellency Sheikh Mohammed Al Khalifa congratulated the graduates on their outstanding achievements and summarized the way forward after graduation.

The visitors were provided with an opportunity to tour the Institute’s training workshops and facilities, and were impressed with the standard of the training equipment, amenities and resources on offer.

The Certificate in Oil Field Services Technology training program is a 12-month training scheme that supplements specialized technical courses in areas such as oilfield cementing equipment and systems, and oil pumping and transportation components and systems, with additional courses on Technical English Language, Applied Mathematics, Occupational Health and Safety, and Work Ethics.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Training Agreement with National Contracting Company

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Training Agreement with National Contracting Company

22-March-2015

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently signed a training agreement with the National Contracting Company (NCC) to train 50 of their newly recruited Saudi employees as part of the localization of their technical jobs program.

Dr. Mohamed Abdulla Sharif, the director of the Institute, stated that the Institute will train the NCC employees in the electrical and electronics technology field in line with the company’s requirement for competent electrical and electronics technicians. Individuals who undergo the required training will progress to work on vital projects in electrical power transmission and distribution systems, and electrical substations.

Dr. Sharif added that the trainees will start their training program at the Institute by studying general and technical English language, occupational safety and health, fundamentals of computer applications and mathematics and science for technicians, before they commence specialized training courses to develop their technical skills. The duration of the program will be two years at the Institute followed by the completion of three months of on-the-job-training in the same field of specialization.

The program will provide participants with the technical skills required to repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment such as electric motors and generators, electrical power transmission and distribution lines. They will also develop a comprehensive understanding of the applications of electrical and electronics devices in electrical power control and the design, construction, testing and repair of electronic circuits.

Dr. Sharif concluded that the trainees’ progress will be evaluated on a continual basis throughout the training program. Once completed, the graduates will be accredited by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) and will receive diplomas in electrical and electronics technology. Moreover, the accredited diplomas will enable the graduates to continue their education and training so that their skills, knowledge and capabilities are developed on a continual basis as part of the career development programs that are available within various organizations.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Delivers a Specialized Training Course for the Ministry of Defense

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Delivers a Specialized Training Course for the Ministry of Defense

10-March-2015

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently conducted a specialized training course on refrigeration and air conditioning technology developed primarily for a group of employees from the directorate of construction and maintenance of the Ministry of Defense in Saudi Arabia.

Dr. Mohamed Abdulla Sharif, the director of the Institute, stated that the participants consisted of engineers and technicians and the course content was developed to meet the specific requirements of the directorate. He added that the course focused on developing the practical skills and the underpinning knowledge required to maintain, diagnose and repair faults in various types of air conditioning systems.

The group attended theoretical and practical training sessions and visited the Zamil Air Conditioners manufacturing facilities in order to learn more about the procedures involved in the production of various air conditioning systems and units.

This specialized course is just one part of a continuous cooperation between the Institute and the Ministry of Defense. The Institute is currently developing a comprehensive training program for many of the ministry’s employees. The content of this training program will include technical English language skills as well as specialized practical and theoretical training units on operation and maintenance of various types of air conditioning systems and water chillers.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Additional Technical Training Agreement with Schlumberger Middle East

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Additional Technical Training Agreement with Schlumberger Middle East

24-February-2015
Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently signed another one-year renewable training agreement with Schlumberger Middle East. The Institute will deliver a customized program to train 40 employees in oilfield maintenance technology.
 
Dr. Mohamed Abdulla Sharif, the director of the Institute, stated that the newly-recruited employees will be trained as oilfield maintenance (upstream) technicians and that the training program has been specifically developed for this category of employee. He also stated that the program will be delivered in separate segments in order to develop the basic skills of the trainees before they begin the specialized technical training sessions.
 
The first three segments of the program include general and technical English language skills, technical mathematics, work ethics and other basic support skills to ensure that the language and other vital skills of the trainees are fully developed before they move on to the rigorous technical training segments of the program. Specialized technical courses included in the program cover topics such as low and high pressure treating equipment; types of pumps; basic oilfield electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment; and preventive maintenance of a number of components.
 
Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training provides training programs accredited by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation in Saudi Arabia and Edexcel-UK, an international qualifications awarding body. The Institute is also accredited by a number of major national companies as a registered corporate training provider. The Institute utilizes the newest innovations in industrial training equipment and employs highly qualified and experienced professionals to develop and deliver customized training programs in addition to those on the regular schedule.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Receives Accreditation from Edexcel-UK

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Receives Accreditation from Edexcel-UK

13-October-2014
Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training was recently accredited by Edexcel-UK, an international qualifications awarding organization responsible for the accreditation of training centers and institutes, to deliver a wide range of engineering training programs, including level two and three diplomas in electrical and electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, operations and maintenance, and manufacturing engineering.
 
The accreditation came after a comprehensive assessment and evaluation of the Institute’s systems as well as the training services and programs currently offered. The evaluation process also included a workshop on trainee assessment methodology and the implementation of the internationally accredited training programs in general. The Edexcel’s standards verifier was very impressed with the quality of the trainers, training facilities and existing trainee assessment methodology that the Institute follows while delivering various training programs.
 
Dr. Mohamed A. Sharif, the director of the Institute, invites all owners, stakeholders and concerned parties at various private and public sector organizations to visit the Institute and learn more about the internationally accredited training programs offered there. He added that since the skills of the Institute program graduates are benchmarked against international standards, the skills and knowledge gained during the accredited diploma training programs are of the same quality and standards as those gained by trainees who attend similar programs at UK colleges and institutes. Therefore, the graduates will be highly effective and competent at their work and can continue their studies at various British universities and colleges as well as at a number of American, Australian and New Zealand universities.
 
Dr. Sharif also emphasized the importance of enrolling Saudis in internationally accredited vocational training programs. Accreditation ensures that the skills and knowledge gained meet international quality standards required by the local companies and enables workers to swiftly move up the career ladder and to reach much higher levels of specialization.
 
Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training provides training programs accredited by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation in Saudi Arabia and by Edexcel-UK. The Institute is also accredited by a number of major national companies as a registered corporate training provider. It utilizes the newest innovations in industrial training equipment and employs highly qualified and experienced professionals to develop and deliver customized training programs in addition to those on the regular schedule.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs a New Training Agreement to Train 260 of El-Seif Engineering Contracting Company’s Employees

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs a New Training Agreement to Train 260 of El-Seif Engineering Contracting Company’s Employees

5-August-2014
Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently signed a new two-year renewable training agreement with El-Seif Engineering Contracting Company. The Institute will register and train a total of 260 of their newly recruited Saudi employees in electrical and electronics technology as well as welding and fabrication technology.
 
Dr. Mohamed Abdulla Sharif, the director of the Institute, stated that the Institute is fully equipped with the modern training equipment and simulators required to effectively train the recruits in the specified fields, and that the trainees will be given ample opportunities to master the skills before they start their work with the company.
 
He added that the training program for each discipline starts with supportive studies in subjects such as English language, engineering science, applied mathematics and information technology, so that the trainees’ common and specialized skills and knowledge are gradually developed on a strong foundation.
 
Dr. Sharif indicated that the main specialized subjects in the electrical and electronics technology program include the operation and maintenance of electrical and electronic machines, such as transformers, motors and generators, in addition to residential and industrial electrical installation and occupational safety and health. For the welding and fabrication technology program, the trainees will study methods of selecting engineering materials for various applications, metal fabrication technology and welding methodologies, including electric arc and gas welding of pipes and plates as well as occupational safety and health.
 
It is worth noting that El-Seif Company has signed the second training agreement with the Institute because of their confidence in the high standard of the training programs and the trainers at the Institute; and the programs are accredited by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation. El-Seif’s objective is to recruit and train the largest possible number of young Saudis to work for them reliably in different technical fields.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Training Agreement with El-Seif Engineering Contracting Company

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Training Agreement with El-Seif Engineering Contracting Company

30-April-2014
Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently signed a two-year renewable training agreement with El-Seif Engineering Contracting Company. The Institute will provide three two-year diploma programs for 180 of their newly recruited Saudi employees in the following disciplines: Welding and Fabrication Technology, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology, and Manufacturing and Production Technology.
 
Dr. Mohamed Abdulla Sharif, the director of the Institute, stated that the newly recruited employees will be trained to become competent technicians in the above-mentioned disciplines. He also stated that the training programs will focus on developing the practical skills of the trainees by providing ample opportunities for them to fully utilize industrial-type equipment and simulators that are available at the Institute’s workshops and laboratories while they are guided and supervised by highly qualified and experienced trainers.
 
He added that the diploma programs are accredited by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation and that they are designed in such a way that key skills, such as communication, teamwork, problem solving and decision making, are developed alongside technical skills in the three disciplines.
 
The trainees will be assessed on a continual basis throughout the duration of the diploma programs through different types of theoretical and practical tests, short quizzes, case studies, special assignments, and end-of-semester examinations. This will also ensure that their progress is monitored on a regular basis to identify the level of skills acquired and to help trainees overcome any difficulties they may encounter during the training period. The entire program will enhance and develop their specialist skills and knowledge.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Technical Training Agreement with Schlumberger Middle East

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs Technical Training Agreement with Schlumberger Middle East

23-March-2014
Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently signed a one-year renewable training agreement with Schlumberger Middle East. The Institute will deliver a customized program to train 60 employees in oilfield maintenance technology.
 
Dr. Mohamed Abdulla Sharif, the director of the Institute, stated that the newly recruited employees will be trained as oilfield maintenance (upstream) technicians and that the educational program has been specifically developed for this category of employee. He also stated that the program will be delivered in separate segments in order to develop the basic skills of the trainees before the Institute launches the specialized training sessions.
 
The first segment of the program includes general and technical English language skills, technical mathematics, work ethics and other basic support skills to ensure that the language and other vital skills of the trainees are developed before they begin the rigorous technical training segment of the program. Specialized technical courses included in the program cover topics such as low and high pressure treating equipment; types of pumps; basic oilfield electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment; and preventive maintenance of a number of components.
 
Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training provides training programs accredited by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation in Saudi Arabia and Edexcel-UK, an international qualifications awarding body. The Institute is also accredited by a number of major national companies as a registered corporate training provider. The Institute utilizes the newest innovations in industrial training equipment and employs highly qualified and experienced professionals to develop and deliver customized training programs in addition to those on the regular schedule.

Khalid Al Zamil Shares His Professional Expertise with Dammam College of Technology Students

Khalid Al Zamil Shares His Professional Expertise with Dammam College of Technology Students

13-January-2014
On Monday, 13 January 2014, Khalid A. Al Zamil, Chairman of Zamil Industrial Investment Co. (Zamil Industrial), met with a group of students from the Dammam College of Technology at the Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training in Dammam. The meeting was attended by Mr. Ahmed bin Abdulkarim Al-Thunayan, the Dean of Dammam College of Technology, and Dr. Mohamed Sharif, the Director of the Institute.
 
Participants at the gathering discussed the successful professional experiences of Khalid Al Zamil in particular and Zamil businesses in general. The audience enjoyed the discussions, as they added value to their own personal experiences. Al Zamil responded to student questions about his outstanding success in the world of business and the continued success of Zamil Industrial as evidenced by the company’s continuous growth and expansion.
 
Khalid Al Zamil also advised the students concerning the importance of the personal desire for career accomplishment and warned them to avoid creating obstacles or barriers that could affect the ultimate achievement of their goals. He stressed the need to respect others, especially those speaking from experience, and listen to their guidance in regard to dedication, excellence, honesty and cooperation.

HRH Prince Saud bin Naif Inaugurates Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training

HRH Prince Saud bin Naif Inaugurates Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training in Dammam

22-December-2013
HRH Prince Saud bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Governor of the Eastern Province, officially inaugurated the Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training in Dammam First Industrial City on Sunday, 22 December 2013. A group of distinguished senior officials and businessmen from the Eastern Province accompanied him.
 
Upon his arrival at the venue, Prince Saud participated in the inauguration of the Institute’s new building before touring the classrooms, training departments and laboratories, which have all been equipped with the latest teaching aids and leading-edge equipment in order to keep pace with the latest developments in the field of industrial training.
 
The prince spoke briefly, expressing his pride and admiration for this extraordinary training facility, as well as his appreciation for the efforts of the many people that have contributed to the completion of this exciting project.
 
On this celebrated occasion, Abdulla M. Al Zamil, CEO of Zamil Industrial Investment Co. (Zamil Industrial), delivered a speech, during which he acknowledged the keen interest and participation of the Kingdom leadership and His Royal Highness in support of this and other career training projects, especially those aimed at increasing the skill sets and competencies of the national workforce.
 
He also stressed that the establishment of the Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training is the result of ongoing Zamil Industrial initiatives to develop the national labor force and to prepare students for employment in all technical and professional areas of the government and private sectors, as well as to offer tremendous opportunities to Saudi youth interested in acquiring professional qualifications through high-quality locally and internationally accredited training programs.
 
Al Zamil also noted the many technical and vocational training programs and specialized short courses that the Zamil Training Center has provided during the past several years to thousands of engineers and technicians and to Saudi students in the engineering, technical, financial and administrative fields. He reviewed the cooperative agreements that the Institute has established with several national companies, including Saudi Aramco, SABIC, Saudi Electricity Co., and Advanced Petrochemical Co., to provide customized professional training programs to the national cadres working at these companies.
 
Finally, Al Zamil praised the role of government ministries and agencies, including the Ministry of Labor, the Technical and Vocational Training Corp., and the Human Resources Development Fund, in supporting this project and for their continuous efforts toward the advancement of the national workforce.
 
At the conclusion of the inaugural ceremony, a special souvenir was presented to the prince in commemoration of the occasion.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training ConductsCourses for SABIC

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Conducts Courses for SABIC

10-November-2013
Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training has recently developed and conducted two Instrumentation and Control Technology courses for 31 Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) employees in Jubail.
 
The two courses were conducted by Dr. Mohamed Sharif, the director of the Institute, who stated that the participants were from various departments of the company, including operations, instrumentation, electrical and maintenance. He added that the courses focused on the principles and applications of various methods and instruments used to measure and control process variables, including pressure, liquid level, flow rate and temperature as well as on understanding manufacturers’ datasheets to select the most suitable instrument for a given application.
 
It is worth noting that the training programs that are available at the Institute are locally accredited by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) as well as internationally by Edexcel-UK, a UK-based accreditation and qualifications-awarding organization.

Zamil Industrial and Dammam College

Zamil Industrial and Dammam College of Technology Sign Cooperation Agreement to Support Recruitment of Saudi Nationals

30-April-2013
Zamil Industrial Investment Company (Zamil Industrial) and Dammam College of Technology entered into a cooperation agreement on Sunday, 28 April 2013, to support the recruitment of Saudi graduates certified in specific disciplines that meet the employment requirements of various company branches in Saudi Arabia. The disciplines include mechanical technology, air conditioning and refrigeration, production, and electrical technology.

The agreement was signed by VP of Corporate Admin and Human Resources at Zamil Industrial, Abdul Mohsen A. Al Ghamdi, and the Dean of Dammam College of Technology, Mr. Ahmed A. Al-Thunayan. According to its terms, Zamil Industrial will provide a list of requirements within the specified professional and technical disciplines to Dammam College of Technology, and the College will provide a list of the candidates that meet the conditions set forth by the company. Zamil Industrial will then notify the College of the number and names of the accepted candidates upon completion of the recruitment process.

Zamil Industrial has established fundamental requirements that must be met by all potential candidates: the ability to perform a job well done, concentration of study in the specific disciplines set by the company in the application form, and completion of all coursework required to attain official graduate status and receive the applicable certificate. Successful candidates must be ready to commit to the company work hours and to the schedule of operations observed in the assigned department.

Zamil Industrial will offer the selected candidates the following benefits: a monthly basic wage as determined by the salary scale of the position, an annual housing allowance equivalent to three months basic salary, a transportation allowance, and medical insurance for the employee, spouse and children. Additional available advantages include: training courses, an annual salary increase based upon the employee’s performance review, career planning assistance, interest-free loans of up to SAR 10,000 to employees in need, and a variety of social and recreational activities.

U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom

U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom Visits Zamil Industrial in Dammam

22-April-2013

The United States Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Mr. James Smith accompanied by the U.S. Consul General in Dhahran, Mr. Joey Hood, paid a visit to Zamil Industrial Investment Co. (Zamil Industrial) on Saturday, 20 April 2013.

At the premises of the Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training in Dammam, His Excellency was received by Mr. Hamad A. Al Zamil, the CEO of Zamil Industrial, Abdulla M. Al Zamil, and other senior officials of the Institute. The tour of His Excellency included the Institute’s facilities, workshops and labs and was provided with detailed descriptions of the training programs, services and courses offered by the Institute to its trainees.

At the conclusion of the visit, His Excellency commended the quality of occupational programs, training devices and equipment and spoke of the need within the Kingdom for internationally accredited vocational training programs that meet the needs of many Saudi corporates and Individuals.

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training Signs a Training Agreement with Saudi Aramco

27-January-2013

Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training recently signed a two-year training agreement with Saudi Aramco to provide professional training to 102 of the company’s apprentices.

The Executive Director of the Institute, Abdul Mohsen Al-Ghamdi, stated that the training programs began on the 3rd of December 2012, after preparing and arranging the required resources and trainers in order to meet Saudi Aramco standards. The first year of the training program is academically oriented, with English language and mathematics included within other subject lessons, while technical and work related skills will be delivered during the second year of the program.

It is worth noting that the Institute has been approved and accredited by Saudi Aramco as a registered corporate training provider following delegate visits to the facilities and positive evaluations of the capabilities and standard of training services provided by the Institute.