Several workshops held in Zarqa, Mafraq, and Ajloun

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AMMAN— Youth Centers in Zarqa, Mafraq, and Ajloun recently organized a number of workshops on digital manufacturing, social violence, and financial skills Wednesday, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

In Zarqa, the Prince Mohammad Neighborhood Youth Center organized an introductory session on digital manufacturing in cooperation with the Crown Prince Foundation and Techworks that was attended by 20 young people.

Director of Zarqa youth, Khaled Al-Omush, said that the session introduced participants to digital manufacturing technology, and three dimensional printing, in addition to encouraging youth to be innovative and entrepreneurial. The workshop also focused on product design.

In Mafraq, the Hamra Youth Center organized a workshop titled “Royal Directives in the Eyes of Youth,” in which Abdullah Al-Athamneh addressed the importance of education, time management, and countering extremist thought, in addition to empowering participants and helping them engage in political life.

In Ajloun, the Internal Affairs Unit of the Ministry of Youth conducted a training workshop in finance and administration for directors and officials of youth centers in the governorate.

The head of the Expenditures Department Mohammad Al-Kabareti covered several topics during the workshop, including the necessary administrative skills that employees must possess, the general supplies system, and financial administration.

A workshop on social violence was also organized by Sakhra Youth group in Ajloun that addressed the importance of building an ethical and legislative system to regulate relationships among people.

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