Universal Projects has got off to a flying start in 2015 as its partnership with Kingston International resulted in four visits to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to deliver no fewer than eight management development programmes in the first quarter of the year.
UP Director, Nigel Tomlinson and UP Associate, Chris Shaw made trips to the Kingdom in February, March and April to deliver courses in Jeddah and Riyadh for more than eighty delegates. The courses delivered included our renowned 5 Day MBA in Leadership & Management, 3 Day Commercial Contract Management and 3 Day Advanced Social Media.
Delegates signed up from across the Kingdom and included Bin Ladin Construction, Zain Communications, the Saudi National Guard, Pan Kingdom Holdings and Weatherford Precision Energy among others. UP also welcomed back Prince Saud bin Bandar Al Saud (pictured with UP’s Nigel Tomlinson) for his second management course.
Chris Shaw said: “These were my first visits to the Kingdom and I have enjoyed the experience enormously and it has been very rewarding to have such an interaction and dialogue with Saudi business on this scale. The courses were a great success and I look forward to assisting more businesses across the Arabian Gulf.”
Nigel Tomlinson added: “We are now in to the second year of our development of the markets of the Arabian Gulf and we continue to go from strength to strength. We have an excellent partnership with Kingston International and their support for our activities on the ground in these countries is growing as is our reputation for delivering first class business capacity building and training.”
With further projects to be delivered in the Kingdom together with Bahrain, Qatar and the UAE in the coming months it is going to be a very productive year for Universal Projects.