NAMA Centre, a member of Qatar Foundation for Social Work, has launched its training plan for the year 2017 through the introduction of four free courses for the month of February, that target young men and women aspiring to discover their potential, hone their skills, and contribute effectively to the economic and social development in Qatar.
In this regard, the centre has announced that it is now accepting registration requests.
Mariam bint Abdullatif al-Mannai, Director of the Community Services Department, and the Director in charge of running NAMA’s affairs, said: “We are pleased to announce that we have completed the preparations for our training programmes and courses for the year 2017 and are now accepting applications from ambitious young men and women wishing to join. The new programmes and courses have been designed by the International Labour Organisation’’.
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