Saudi Trainees win Gold, Silver, Bronze medals at ITEX Malaysia


Riyadh – Ten Saudi trainees from the Technical and Vocational Training Corp. won gold, silver, and bronze medals, at the International Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition (ITEX), which took place in Malaysia from May 7–14, attended by the participants from 33 nations.

Asa’ad Sultan Al-Rifi in industrial design, Ammar Haroun Mansour in automation and operation, and Abdullah Abdulrahman Al-Bakri in multimedia for information and telecommunications technology are three Saudi trainees who won gold medals.

In the categories of automation and operation, Rami Ghazi Al-Rashidi and Amer Saeed Al-Johani, industrial design, Abdullah Abdulaziz Al-Muzail, environment, and machinery and equipment technology, respectively, five trainees won silver medals.

Ali Saad Al-Ghamdi in automation and operation and Bader Khalid Al-Mutairi in smart telecommunications both received bronze medals as trainees.

For trainees who had been nominated to participate in ITEX 2023 in a variety of tracks, TVTC had previously hosted a preparation programme.

The projects of the trainees in this programme were presented to make sure they complied with the requirements of the competition this year. In order to foster talent in line with Vision 2030 goals, the programme was held to give participants the abilities needed to exhibit their work and the chance to develop their projects for the competition.

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