HomeMissionPartner with major Petroleum Services companies to graduate quality Saudi Technical Workforce who will serve the needs of the Petroleum Services Companies.VisionWe envision ourselves as committed quality training providers that positively impact the growth of Saudization of the technical workforce within the Petroleum Services Sector.Values SAFETYDeveloping and maintaining a culture of safety, health and care.DEVELOPING PEOPLEDeveloping people to their highest potential.EXCELLENCEPursuing the highest standards in everything we do.FAIRNESS AND INTEGRITYRespecting individuals and adhering to the highest ethical standards.TEAMWORKSupporting each other and working as one team to achieve our goals.RESPONSIVENESSResponding to the expectations of our customers and partners in a timely manner.INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGYProactively applying creative learning solutions and technologies.--------
About Us The original concept of SPSP was the idea of HE Eng. Ali Ibrahim Al-Naimi, the Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources. His idea was to develop a training center that would provide the petroleum services industry, within Saudi Arabia, with well trained and competent young Saudi Nationals, thereby reducing the service companies’ reliance on an expatriate workforce. This would also have the knock-on and well-trained effect of developing and enhancing community and social growth programs and providing guaranteed jobs for the young Saudi menentering SPSP.The History of SPSPSPSP was established to meet the needs of the Petroleum Services Industry and to support the process of Saudization in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It was founded in 2008 by the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, Saudi Arabian Chevron and Aramco Gulf Operations Company. SPSP is a fully independent, not-for-profit entity, which is governed by a Board of Trustees representing the major stakeholders in SPSP. The Saudi petroleum services industry consists of a number of contracting companies that service the oil exploration, drilling and production facilities in the oil fields throughout Saudi Arabia. These contractors work in partnerships as contractors for major oil companies, such as Saudi Aramco and Saudi Arabian Chevron Corporation. The industry is currently heavily dependent on expatriate workers and therefore offers a major source of job opportunities for well trained and qualified young Saudis. SPSP can provide the industrial training needed to fulfillthe Saudization requirements of the oil and gas industry. A number of leading Saudi international petroleum services contractors support SPSP and many are represented on the SPSP Board of Trustees. SPSP also has the full support of the Saudi Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF). This collaboration and support has resulted in the development of anumber of industry-specific training programs that are delivered exclusively at SPSP. Young Saudi graduates from SPSP will enter industry fully competent to fill a number of highly-skilled technical jobs within the petroleum services sector. BranchesAs part of the aim of developing community and social growth within the Kingdom, SPSP has recently established a polytechnic in the Al Khafji area. This new branch is capitalizing on the high standards and quality of training available at SPSP in Dammam. As well as providing fully equipped classrooms and workshops, the new campus at Al Khafji will have a Learning Resource Center, as well as fitness and sports facilities, available to both students and staff. The center will serve the needs of industry and will attract young Saudi youthof the city.----
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