Electro-Mechanical Engineer, ESIB - trained at NRPPC, Riyad
On the technical end, I experienced the industrial world for the first time, saw the machine working, attended workshops, helped to repair errors, and happily completed the tasks I was assigned. The experience I gained helped increase my knowledge exponentially.
Mechanical Engineer, NDU - trained at NPPC, Dammam
Summer training at NPPC ‐ Napco National was more interesting than what I expected. The Lebanese departments organized everything perfectly with the Saudi Arabian party.
Electrical Engineer, LU - trained at NPCL, Jeddah
This training was very beneficial; it gave me hands‐on a unique and a diversified experience. I also learned through my interactions with NPCL's employees the importance of commitment, punctuality, and teamwork.
Daniel Abou Rjeily
Mechanical Engineer, NDU - trained at UPPC, Jeddah
I had the chance to expand my knowledge extensively in the flexible packaging sector and to meet directly with other engineers and professionals working in a team environment.
Electrical Engineer, NDU - trained at NCPC, Dammam
Even though the training period was barely a month, I have learned many new concepts while applying them directly through given practical exercises such as motor starters, drives, and protection equipment that I have only seen theoretically at the University.
Mechanical Engineer, BAU - trained at Compact, Dammam
I was impressed by the whole atmosphere in the plant, the people working there, the huge machines and the technologies used.
Electrical Engineer, LAU - trained at Uniplast, Jeddah
I felt that my training at Uniplast taught me the basics of electrical engineering as well as how the plastic industry and its machines work.
Mechanical Engineer, NDU - trained at Easternpak, Dammam
I consider myself very lucky being part of this training since I had the chance to acquire a great deal of information pertaining the corrugated packaging industry. I am also thankful to have met so many wonderful people and professionals who led me through this internship period.
Chemical Engineer, UOB - trained at ModernTech, Dammam
The on the job training (OJT) is like a training manual in which the trainee can follow the designated training topics, and the mentor in charge of each topic can approve and sign to assure its completion. This method facilitated my training and ensured that I learned the slightest details without neglecting any part of the required training.