November 28, 2017 – Buffalo Grove, IL – TPC Training, the leader in maintenance, repair, and operator training, is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Zamil Higher Institute of Industrial Training, a division of Zamil Group, a Saudi-based investment firm focused on the industrial sector in GCC countries.

Zamil Training Institute provides technical training programs for Saudi engineers and technicians, primarily through 1-2 year diploma programs and ongoing career development. TPC Training, through its deep library of industrial training content and its expertise in diverse training platforms, including online, instructor-led, and performance support, will supply customized content and delivery methods to serve the needs of ZTI’s students. 

The partnership is the latest development in TPC Training’s ongoing commitment to serving Gulf Region companies in their development of sustainable industrial workforces through developing and deploying customized training solutions. TPC Training’s core workforce development services have been methodized through prior projects in the region, providing TPC with a specialized understanding of the training requirements of GCC-based industries.

“The innovative delivery platforms that TPC brings to our robust training curricula positions Zamil Higher Institute for Industrial Training at the leading edge of training solutions that can be effectively applied across varied industrial segments,” said Saeed M. Al Qarni, Director of Corporate Administration and Human Resources for Zamil Industrial (ZI). “TPC’s solutions address the constant challenges of engaging today’s technology-based workforce and provide us with the ability to address training needs throughout the entire work cycle of maintenance and operator technicians.”

“TPC is excited to be associated with the Zamil Institute and its commitment to the highest level of technical skills training for the Saudi workforce,” added Jim Keane, President of TPC Training, GCC Countries. “We look forward to a productive partnership.”


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