Saudi’s Haj and Umrah ministry hosts training course for workers

The Kingdom is readying itself for the Haj season that begins in August

Image: File
Image: File

The Ministry of Haj and Umrah in Saudi Arabia hosted a training session for its seasonal hajj workers.

According to the Kingdom’s media Arab News, the session was hosted to prepare Saudi for this year’s Haj season that begins in August.

Reports suggest that the ministry is eager to train its employees better to handle and provide services to pilgrims visiting Saudi.

The training focused on the Ministry’s role in serving pilgrims, work ethics and the importance of recognising the importance of the pilgrimage for the tourists.

The session also focussed on the rights of pilgrims, various volunteering opportunities and the skills required to become a ‘seasonal worker’.

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