Issuance of 32 licenses during May 2022



The National eLearning Center announces the issuance of 32 licenses to provide eLearning during May 2022 for K12, higher education, training, and various institutions providing eLearning programs. The Center issued 7 licenses to institutions and 25 licenses for programs after fulfilling the Center’s requirements and standards, which brings the total number of licensed institutions to 277, while the total number of licensed programs amounted to 401 programs. 

The Center conducted reviews on 91 institutions and programs with the aim of controlling quality, ensuring their readiness ability to provide eLearning with high efficiency, and verifying the readiness of educational, training and development programs to be delivered in the eLearning mode.

It is noteworthy that through these licenses, the Center aims to govern and control the quality of eLearning practices, raise the efficiency of the eLearning in the Kingdom, enhance trust in eLearning programs and outcomes, and enable the provision of sustainable eLearning programs that their outcomes are in line with the labor market needs, through the development of basic skills. future skills, and knowledge development, as eLearning is a key enabler for human capability development.

The Center continues to receive licensing applications through the Center’s website