Riyadh — Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy prime minister and chairman of the Human Capability Development Program Committee, launched today the Human Capability Development Program (HCDP), one of the vision realization programs to achieve Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030.
The Crown Prince said, “The Human Capability Development Program represents the national strategy to enhance the competitiveness of human capabilities locally and globally, and to be ready for the current and future labor markets.”
“Because of my confidence in our citizen’s capabilities, the developed program will meet the needs and aspirations of all segments of society, starting from childhood through to universities, colleges, technical and vocational institutes, till reaching the job market,” the Crown Prince added.
The Crown Prince added that “the program includes 89 initiatives for achieving 16 strategic objectives of Saudi Vision 2030. The program’s strategy is based on three pillars:
1) develop a resilient and strong educational base,
2) prepare for the future labor market locally and globally
3) provide lifelong learning opportunities.”
The program’s initiatives also include promoting and expanding kindergartens, career guidance, and counseling initiatives for citizens to plan their career objectives.
Additional initiatives will target upskilling and reskilling of citizens to increase their employability in the future labor market locally and globally.
The HCDP initiatives will provide greater work opportunities and instill values of moderation and tolerance, and perseverance. In addition, it will boost work culture, leading to global citizenship and enhanced national human capabilities and global competitiveness.