Partnership Models

We offer three different models of collaboration to suit your operating model

Operation of Technical Colleges Collaboration

We look to our partner to develop, operate, and maintain the college and we build out, support, and coordinate alongside that effort. Our intent here is to seek out the best international TVET providers to independently operate colleges in Saudi Arabia and in turn, we would regulate, fund, and provide oversight services. From time to time, we invite international training providers with TVET expertise to participate in a tender process to execute this, Register your organization with us here.

Our Role

  • We facilitate and support all administrative on-boarding processes (e.g., visas, maintenance, recruitment, etc) to ensure a smooth set up and ongoing operations.
  • We coordinate the funding of the colleges.
  • We provide the college premise in a "ready to operate" condition.
  • We receive and distribute trainees' applications across the colleges.
  • We conduct a comprehensive marketing campaign to build up awareness of the college in conjunction with the CoE brand equity.
  • We regulate and oversee via service level agreements that are mutually negotiated.

Your Role

  • In line with Saudi National Occupation Skill Standards (NOSS), you develop training programs and curricula.
  • You hire, train and remunerate all of the faculty inclusive of Saudi Nationals.
  • You operate and maintain the college facilities and keep them in great shape.
  • You provide the learning programs, the training materials, and the lab tools inclusive of all furniture and equipment.
  • You operate and control the admissions process.
  • And most important of all, you deliver high quality training to the college's trainees.

Strategic Partnership with Employers

We help you find an employer to partner with and we support the relationship. You develop your presence and deliver your training. Strategic partnerships are focused on developing TVET graduates that have a skill set that addresses the unmet needs of employers in Saudi Arabia. Because employers continuously work with us to address their needs, we ask you to register your organization with us to help you find the right match.

Your Role

  • In line with Saudi National Occupation Skill Standards (NOSS), you develop training programs and curricula in conjunction with the Employer and their needs.
  • You provide the learning programs, the training materials, and the lab tools inclusive of all furniture and equipment.
  • You deliver high quality training to the college's trainees.

Our Role

  • We identify engaged and willing Employers interested in establishing an institute to train its current and prospective employees.
  • We manage the relationship and the match making process.
  • We provide a facility in a "ready to operate" condition.
  • We facilitate and support all administrative on-boarding processes (e.g., visas, maintenance, recruitment, etc) to ensure a smooth set up and ongoing operations.
  • We manage the financials and issue payments to the learning providers.

Employer's Role

  • They establish and sustain a nonprofit institute with a board of trustees that represents you alongside of them.
  • They participate in evaluating and approving proposals.
  • They engage you in a contractual agreement.
  • They draft bylaws and rules of conduct for the institute.
  • They guarantee employment for all trainees via an employment contract.
  • They provide trainees with stipends.
  • They cover any additional training costs not covered by COE.
  • They determine specializations required for the trainees.​

Capability Buliding Partnerships

The primary goal of a Capability Building Partnership (CBP) is to leverage the expertise of an international TVET provider to enhance the capabilities of a local college's leadership and trainers with the objective of building out capability autonomy within the college. When a CBP starts out, we expect trainee outcomes to improve because the capabilities of the College's team has grown. We seek out long-term partnerships with successful and capable providers to roll-out transformation across the Kingdom. Interested providers, please register your organization with us here.

Our Role

  • We will work with you to create an environment that enables you to smoothly execute your plan to successfully build capability under this program.
  • We will facilitate logistics and support you to establish a local entity to run this program.
  • We will manage the relationship between you and the TVTC to make sure communication and collaboration are running at optimum.
  • We will be proactive from start to finish and monitor progress and KPIs to make sure the program is running properly.
  • We will play a key role in managing change and guarantee TVTC team 'buy in'.
  • We will help your 'Trainers' meet the requirements of SSS (Saudi Skills and Standards) through an effective knowledge transfer program.

Your Role

  • You provide faculty with mentoring experience to coach TVTC faculty and leadership with the objective of building capability and autonomy.
  • You develop a 'College Improvement Plan' that covers infrastructure development, curriculum enhancements, training methodology, and more that will be your plan of action throughout the program.
  • You negotiate service level agreements with service providers and monitor the operation & maintenance services at the colleges.
  • You provide effective coaching and implement modern management techniques to the administrative staff of the TVTC.
  • You establish contacts with local employers to facilitate internship opportunities and placement of graduates.
  • Although the partnership objective it to build capability to the TVTC team, you agree that improvement of graduate quality and their employability ​​rate must improve to meet international benchmarks.

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