Since its establishment, education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been given a top priority in its interests and goals. The education and higher education sector are experiencing its golden age during the era of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz - may God protect him - where universities and colleges have multiplied and are distributed in various regions and governorates of the Kingdom. King Khalid University has invested in this support and expanded the number of colleges to include all governorates of the Asir region and the quality of specializations, to achieve coverage of the scientific field and meet the country’s need for qualified people. Health colleges had the largest share, including the College of Nursing, Khamis Mushait which was established in 1432. This college has drawn its plans to comply with the university’s plan to achieve the goals of the Kingdom’s development plans and considering this, it has adopted its structures and developed its plans. Which makes the student the focus of all its plans and procedures, with the goal of graduating students capable of working in their fields of specialization with high efficiency. To achieve this, the infrastructure, educational and administrative infrastructure has been prepared. Cooperation has taken place with medical and service centers inside and outside the Asir region, and work is currently underway to prepare regional and international partnerships and cooperation agreements to achieve their goals. It also makes scientific research and community service a major part of its interest and has made its objectives deal with health issues for the region and for the Kingdom in general.
The main tasks of the Consultative committees are to provide advice and assistance in the fields of education, research, and development for academic programs and plans in order to qualify its graduates to join the labor market according to the following:
- Discussing the compatibility of the mission and objectives of the college with the needs and requirements of the education sector in general and the Assir region in particular.
- Discuss the consistency of the college's majors with the needs and requirements of the labor market.
- Assessing the suitability of the skills and knowledge provided to students and the level of performance expected for the teaching profession.
- Facilitate cooperation and communication between college programs and the community.
- Assist in the evaluation and improvement of programs by utilizing the professional expertise of the private sector, employers, and beneficiaries.
- Assisting the college in defining its priorities of programs and operational plans.
- Identifying field training bodies and benefiting from their expertise.
- Providing field training opportunities for college students.
- Study the appropriateness of the college's programs and outputs for the labor market.
- Determining the needs of the labor market to contribute to the development of educational programs or the introduction of new ones.
|Sultan Nasser Assiri||Administrator||0172417671|
|Abdullah Ibrahim Dahal||Administrator Assistant||0172417071|
|FAhad Ali Alqahtani||Director of the Dean's Office||0172417115|
|Ali Saad Alshahrani||Secretary of the Vice Dean||0172417112|
|Abdullah Mohd Assiri||Administrative Communication||0172417461|
|Awon Saeed Jazwa||Inventory||0172419199|
The progress of countries and their people depends on the efficiency and development of their human resources. Higher education is one of the most important means of preparing human resources, representing a strategic investment for each country. Through higher education programs, each country can meet the manpower and skilled hands needed by the labor market and national development.
In recent years, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has witnessed unprecedented interest in higher education, coupled with unlimited financial support from the government, through the construction of many universities to increase the number of admissions and absorption of graduates of public education, in addition to the efforts made to raise the quality of higher education outputs and institutions, they established the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and Evaluation, and development of a future strategic plan for university education in the Kingdom "Afag Project. "
In line with these efforts, local universities raced to develop their strategic plans to ensure compatibility with the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and "Afaq Project" standards. King Khalid University is one of those universities, as it developed a strategic plan in cooperation with the Stanford International Research Institute (SRI).
Which assisted in analyzing the university's current situation to prepare and develop the strategic plan. This project came in response to these data and an explanation of the strategic role that the university aspires to play in light of the efforts made to support higher education by developing strategic plans for some work units at the university to go according to their strategic plan. Each work unit's vision, mission, and objectives are consistent with the university's strategic plan.
The "Strategic Plan of the College of Nursing, Khamis Mushait" was prepared. The general strategic features were defined, starting with formulating the college's vision and mission. Based on the vision, mission, and values, A set of interrelated and integrated strategic goals has been prepared through the implementation of several strategic initiatives that include performance indicators and measures that provide continuous information about the implementation of the strategy to ensure its achievement and implementation within the specified periods, which contributes to achieving the aspirations and future of the college.
- Developing the quality of healthy learning
- Providing an ideal academic environment
- Building an effective community partnership
- Doing innovative scientific research in the field of nursing
- Creation of postgraduate programs in the field of nursing
- Develop institutional quality through optimal use of available resources
In conclusion, the work team looks forward to contributing to this effort to develop the college and be the central pillar and future map for the next stage.