The human capital are the cornerstone of the development process and enabling the journey of digital transformation, and therefore we have given specific attention to digital capabilities as we have developed specific programs to qualify human capital in the sector on the top priorities, goals and pillars of the ambitious strategy for the development of the telecommunications and information technology sector that was recently adopted. This interest comes because optimal investment in developing human capital and attracting distinguished minds is a key factor in the success of development projects and the effective contribution to achieving the Kingdom's ambitious 2030 vision and reaching an ambitious digital homeland, a thriving digital economy and a vibrant digital community.
The development of digital capabilities includes basic capabilities such as organizing technical jobs in general and future jobs in particular, training in the most demanded digital skills, developing future skills, and increasing job localization and women's participation rates. We work to develop digital capabilities through three main channels: future skills, raising digital awareness, and empowering women in the communications and information technology sector.
It is a sustainable model for bridging the digital gap between skillful supply and demand in the labor market in partnership with relevant government agencies, leading leadership companies in the private sector locally and globally, entrepreneurs and the non-profit sector.
We value the importance of empowering women in the communications and information technology sector through an integrated program to enhance the digital skills of women and stimulate their active participation in the labor market.
An integrated environmental system for disseminating digital knowledge, enhancing technical content, and activating the role of specialized technical societies in all new developments in the field of technology to achieve sustainable development.