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USSaudiForum - Panel 1 Khaled al Ghoneim - Education Reform

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The 3rd US-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum was held Sep 16-18, 2013, bringing together officials, business people, educators and specialists highlighting the U.S.-Saudi trade relationship and how …

The 3rd US-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum was held Sep 16-18, 2013, bringing together officials, business people, educators and specialists highlighting the U.S.-Saudi trade relationship and how U.S. companies can participate in Saudi Arabia's expansion.

Saudi Arabia is undergoing an extraordinary economic boom. Massive public investment, rapid private-sector growth and new sector initiatives are driving an expansion projected to offer more than $1 trillion in trade and investment opportunities over the next decade.

This panel of distinguished experts highlighted building a foundation for a knowledge based economy. Khaled al Ghoneim is chairman and CEO Hadaf Holding Company, Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF).

Published in: Education, Business, Technology

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  • 1. Education to Employment Journey Khaled AlGhoneim TakaMoL Holding (previously Hadaf Holdoing).
  • 2. Purpose: • TakaMoL was established to provide the services of the labor sector (MoL, HRDF, TVTC, and GOSI) in an efficient, improved way in partnership with the private sector.
  • 3. Public Private Partenrship (PPP) • an expectation of service improvement • a commitment to transparency • increased efficiency of public services • a new and innovative approach to public services delivery • an enhanced role for the private sector but under good government regulation for the private sector
  • 4. Sample Initiatives  eCampus  Staff leasing  telework  Female districts  SME shared services  Colleges of Excellence
  • 5. TVTC PPP goals Capacity Quality Perception From… To ▪110,000 students ▪No clear link to international quality standards ▪Lack of third party quality assurance ▪300,000 students by 2020 ▪Highest international standards by international providers ▪independent regulator for quality assurance
  • 6. 6 Wave 1: 5 international operators in 10 colleges Source: CoE
  • 7. Moving SA from black gold to human gold  Innovation at all levels  PPP  Experimentation  Faster decision making  Investments in education and training  Building confidence
  • 8. Thank you Khaled AlGhoneim kag@hdfbs.com.sa
  • 9. The organizational elements crucial to the success of these new PPP colleges have been launched A “PPP unit” (COE) to manage international providers ▪ Manages tenders and contracts ▪ Provides operational and educational support ▪ Managing assets 2 Saudi Skills Standards: a best-in- class regulator ▪ Tests students ▪ Inspects colleges ▪ Defines new national skills standards 1 Improved labour market intelligence to inform strategy ▪ Student capacity model to predict the need for future programmes ▪ Cost-benefit model to determine the value of programs 3 Branding and marketing, to distinguish the new system ▪ Clearly differentiate the new colleges ▪ Explain the role of the new regulator ▪ Inform decisions about training and careers 4
  • 10. What can we offer.. Regulations (Saudi Skills Standards, sss.org.sa) 1. Complete access to Occupational Standard and Qualifications 2. Access to Educational Review Standards 3. Access to Student Assessment for all Qualifications Public Private Partnerships (Colleges of Excellence, coe.com.sa) 1. PPP Business Models 2. PPP Procurement in TVET Sector 3. RFI, RFP and Contracts for TVET Sector Saleh Alamr (salamr@coe.com.sa)