Through our subsidiary, Aramco Training Services, we direct technical and professional training programs that place Saudi Aramco employees with U.S.-based companies for up to 18 months. This allows companies to host highly qualified Saudi Aramco professionals who in turn contribute their expertise to enriching the host company’s business.
Companies that participate in this program host professionals who have been identified through a selective screening process, and then matched to specific companies based on the candidate’s ability to make meaningful contributions.
Aramco Training Services is a Houston-based, U.S.-registered company and a sponsoring agency within the U.S. Department of State’s International Exchange Visitor Program.
Saudi Aramco offers one of the largest professional development programs in the world. More than 1,000 employees have participated in our development programs since 1991. To date, our people have contributed to the activities of approximately 200 organizations ranging in size and scope from Fortune 500 companies to local municipalities.
Saudi Aramco professionals work in all aspects of upstream and downstream operations as well as finance, communications, information technology, education, and more. In addition to holding degrees from top universities, many of our employees are leaders in professional societies and collaborate on research efforts with industry tasks forces and leading educational institutions.
Aramco Training Services welcomes the opportunity to partner with leading U.S.-based companies and organizations.
To learn more about partnering with Aramco Training Services, contact us today.
Become a Host Company
We are currently seeking U.S.-based companies and facilities to host qualified Saudi Aramco employees from a wide range of fields and areas of expertise.
- Petroleum engineering
- IT security
- Physical security
- Business application software (such as SAP)
- Wireless networks
- Voice over IP networks
- Pipeline coatings
- Corrosion control
- Environmental engineering
- Industrial hygiene
- Supply chain management
- Ship specifications
- Marine operations
- Terminal operations
- Refinery operations
- Rotating equipment
- Stationary equipment
- Instrumentation & controls
- Membrane separation
- Carbon management
- Fuel blending
- Rig design/specifications
- Crude oil marketing
- Oil/gas operations
- Marine environment protection
- Job skills
- Project management
If you would like to become a host company, you need to meet the following requirements.
Host companies must:
- Be located in the U.S., though companies with headquarters elsewhere that have facilities in the U.S. may be considered if the position is based in the U.S.
- Have a Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S number.
- Be willing and able to enter into a contractual agreement to provide the agreed-upon training program and provide proper oversight and instruction as part of the program.