Training firm gets Microsoft award

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of Saudi Arabia, the specialised IT Training provider, has received a Microsoft CTEC Award for 2003.

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By  Patrick Phelvin Published  November 18, 2003

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of Saudi Arabia, the specialised IT Training provider, has received a Microsoft CTEC Award for 2003. The award, which New Horizons Saudi Arabia has won for four years running, was announced by Microsoft’s medium and small business director for the Middle East, Abdulaziz AlSaab.

AlSaab praised New Horizons of Saudi Arabia’s team on their achievement and commented that New Horizons achieved the best evaluation amongst trainers. The company has trained 15,000 people on Microsoft high-end products, which accounts for 70% of Microsoft's high-end training in the Kingdom for 2003.

Alwaleed Aldryaan, the President of New Horizons Saudi Arabia, received the award and said the achievement was a direct result of teamwork and was in recognition of the hard work and dedication of all New Horizons employees. He also expressed his gratitude to New Horizons’ clients for their continued support and trust.

New Horizons was recently named in Fortune magazine's 100 Fastest-Growing Companies and is owned in Saudi Arabia by Al-Khaleej Training and Electronics Industries, the franchisee of Direct English professional language training centers.

Al-Khaleej has 25 computer centres in Saudi Arabia and supports 10 sub franchise locations in the Middle East. They own 19 English training centres in Saudi Arabia, and support five sub franchise locations in the Middle East.

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