Saudi students will get ample opportunities to shine, as the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) has announced the launch of 28 centers.

The centers, to be set up in TVTC-affiliated colleges and institutes, will seek to discover budding talent among the trainees, TVTC spokesman Fahd Al-Otaibi said on Sunday.
“These students will be supported all the way from germination of ideas to their implementation with technical advice and other kind of support,” he said.
It will also enable Saudis to take part in international competitions and exhibitions on innovation, said Al-Otaibi. “TVTC participated last year with 20 innovative projects in three international competitions — The 42nd Geneva Exhibition of Inventions, ITEX14 Exhibition of Inventions in Malaysia and the IENA (International Trade Fair Ideas) Germany.”
In Geneva, the Saudi team won two gold medals and four bronze medals, six gold medals and two silver in Malaysia, and a gold, a silver and four bronze medals in Germany, said Al-Otaibi.
“This would help them in adopting distinctive innovations, as part of an integrated project that includes all units in all regions of the kingdom” he said.
The TVTC will be providing those students actual and theoretical programs and innovative educational support, which would help them convert their idea into reality.The centers will also work to identify and discover excellence and creativity among trainees in technical and vocational fields, said Al-Otaibi.
This will be in addition to the competition and exhibition of technical innovations organized by TVTC annually, during which valuable prizes are given to distinguished winners. 
The TVTC also helps students in gaining access to international events.

Source : arabnews