SALIC ANNOUNCES THE START OF ANNUAL SALIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (SDP)
Today’s the launch date of the 2nd annual programme for developing new staff and training them within SALIC ‘s scheme for the development of skills and know-how, which is a specialist training course in the field of finance, agricultural investment, which enables select graduates to acquire skills in the art of investments management, analysis and evaluation.
SALIC programme for skills development consists of four major phases lasting a year in duration.
The first phase is an in house training requires a student to pass a condensed courses in the multiple field of finance and accounting.
whereas the second phase is that the candidate pass the London Business school ( LBS) where they will be learning , finance, accounting, mergers and acquisitions, and all related business components.
In the third phase, they will be dealing with agricultural economics and this will be delivered by Harper Adams University in Britain, a university specialized in agricultural studies and economics.
And finally, the fourth phase, an on-site training course at one of SALIC ‘s affiliates, crowns this auspicious program.
SALIC’s CEO, engineer Abdullah Aldubaikhi, explains : “ The Company’s strategy pursues an investment trajectory of nutrition and horticulture in the achievement of its strategic goals, where SALIC ‘s programme for honing in the agricultural skills of the students and their know-how comes at the fore of the company‘s initiatives to achieve the strategic objectives of securing a sustainable flow of national manpower, fully-fledged for pioneering the agricultural investment scene in the country, and act as role models for future generations.”
Eng. Aldubaikhi, on the other hand, positively stated that SALIC’s programme for skills development is exclusively a Saudis’ turf.
Corporate Services senior vice president, Ahmad Alsalem launched SALIC Development Program participants and discussed with them the four phases of the program before they start their first day.