(MENAFN - Arab News) The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) plans to train more than 5,000 young Saudis in eight social responsibility programs in 2013.
The social responsibility programs will be rich in areas of training in management, human resources and industry leadership, personality enhancement by aspects of creative expertise and quality of work.
The JCCI signed a contract for the training program with Nobles Comprehensive Training Center for specialized training in development and investment in human resources, personal development, relevance and effective leadership, art of thinking, implementing skills that are useful for business development, influencing leadership for the family and also in child education.
Adnan bin Husain Mandoura, general secretary at JCCI, and Hashim bin Muhsin, director general of the Nobles Comprehensive Training Center, signed the contract of training programs.
Muhsin said these eight training programs are to develop the skills of thinking and mental mapping to solve problems in a creative way.
Mandoura said the JCCI is interested in organizing such courses and programs as its strategic objective to support social responsibility.
The JCCI will expand its participation in this area as role of the chamber and its commitment to community service and to cooperate with the various sectors and institutions to provide training courses for members of the community because the investment in the human element is the focus of any nation.
He revealed that the JCCI is offering these courses free with the aim of targeting self development of the Saudi youth in different categories.
"The JCCI is ready to open all its facilities for Saudi youth and hold lectures and training programs.
We will start the programs as soon as we receive schedules for these courses from the training providers involving a group of specialists in the training and preparation of training packages approved by the General Organization for Technical and Vocational Training," he said.