Talemia Company for Educational services signed, today, Monday, October 10, 2016 in Riyadh, a Memo of Understanding (MOU) with the Council of Saudi Chambers. Signing the MOU aims to promote bilateral cooperation to implement the educational programs and projects (such as the entrepreneurial project) that support alignment between education outputs and the labor market through cooperation with the Council of Saudi Chambers of Commerce and Industry. The idea is to disseminate the culture of self-employment and entrepreneurship skills in the student community. Dr. Mohammed Alzaghibi, Talemia CEO and Eng. Omar Bahuleiwah, the Secretary General of Council of Saudi Chambers, signed the MOU.
The cooperation frameworks and the key roles of the two sides that target public education students include the management of cooperative training through coordination with the private sector institutions to open training doors to students during holidays. Cooperation also includes businessmen visits to schools to present their expertise and experiences. It also includes participation of students in the exhibitions of the Chambers of Commerce as exhibitors or volunteers in the organization process , in addition to the launch of the school day for entrepreneurship school visits a for the private sector institutions to get oriented on the nature of the work.
This cooperation comes in the context of the Council of Saudi Chambers to implement the program and project of entrepreneurship, which is concerned with the development of entrepreneurship skills of the public education students. As Talemia has specialized programs in promoting entrepreneurship skills in education and is concerned with providing innovative solutions for male and female students, the Council seeks through this cooperation to activate the role of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in disseminating the culture of self-employment and entrepreneurship among students.
The Talemia CEO has explained that the MOU with the Council of Saudi Chambers will provide an opportunity to promote the students’ labor market skills and disseminate the self-employment culture in the educational community through signing and activating multiple MOUs between the directorates of education and the industrial chambers of commerce across the regions. This comes in line with the vision of Talemia to be the first national partner in the innovative and integrated learning solutions as it will achieve a number of strategic goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
It is noteworthy that Talemia is the exclusive executer of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Public Education Development Project (Talemia). Talemia’s scope of work includes the development of education inside the Kingdom and beyond, where it provides innovative solutions that enable children and youth to access optimal education in the 21st century. Furthermore, the Council of Saudi Chambers sponsors the SME owners and works hard to remove barriers and solve problems. It also develops the new young generations and refines their expertise to assume future leadership.