Al Khaleej shows its skills

It is thanks to Al Khaleej Training that hundreds of company employees across Saudi Arabia have been equipped with the technology skills they need to survive in today's digital society. Al Khaleej is showcasing the breadth and depth of its services to thousands of attendees at this year’s Gitex Saudi Arabia.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  April 26, 2006

It is thanks to Al Khaleej Training that hundreds of company employees across Saudi Arabia have been equipped with the technology skills they need to survive in today's digital society. Al Khaleej is showcasing the breadth and depth of its services to thousands of attendees at this year’s Gitex Saudi Arabia. The company runs the New Horizon’s centres for Computer Training — a network of 35 branches for both men and women across Saudi Arabia. More than 450 qualified trainers and engineers work across the training centres, which are recognised by industry giants such as Microsoft, Oracle and Cisco. Last September Al Khaleej was appointed as a training partner for Sun Microsystems in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. As a partner the company's role is to enhance Sun's local presence in the Levant and the GCC and to widen the skill base of customers and channel partners through the training it provides in Solaris, Java network and JES products.

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