HDF, IPA sign agreement to train 175 Saudi job seekers
Published 2 Jul 2009
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E-Media: RIYADH - The Human Resources Development Fund (HDF) and the Institute of Public Administration (IPA) have signed recently an agreement that will select 175 students provided with training in fields required by the Saudi job market. The Institute of Public Administration (IPA) will select students participating in the program, entitled Maher 12/12 for training a specialized cadres to help them find jobs instantly in the market. According to Saudi Press Agency, HDF looks carefully for needed specialties and nominates students to receive proper skills to meet those needs. The IPA will start the program in the next academic year. HDF will provide training costs and monthly stipends to the students during training.
Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 4:45 PM Saudi Arabia Time
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