Entrepreneurship program to train 20 youth

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AMMAN — The fifth phase of the national self-employment program Inhad (rise up in Arabic) recently began in Tafileh Governorate, with the aim of training 20 young men and women from start-ups and medium-sized enterprises.اضافة اعلان

The official of the program’s southern region, Ahmed Al-Qutaitat, said that the two-week program aims to build the capabilities and entrepreneurial skills of the participants, which will help them develop their own projects, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

Qutaitat added that the “Get Up” program aims to hone trainees’ skills in the field of entrepreneurship technology, using the latest international approaches in managing and developing small projects.

He stressed that entrepreneurship is an important step in terms of creating sustainable job opportunities for young people, noting that the trainees who wish to establish small and medium-sized projects will be placed with trainers that have practical experience in project management to help them learn and improve their skills.

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