Vocational Training

Vocational Training Center - Jabal Al Taj:

The Forum’s Jabal Al Taj vocational training center was inaugurated under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Abdullah in 2003. The Center builds the capacity of women in less fortunate communities by providing them with vocational and soft skills training to enable them to participate in the economy through entering the workforce or establishing their own businesses.

From basic office skills to workshops on entrepreneurship, Jabal Al Taj is a haven for women looking to build a future for themselves; whether it’s among the general workforce or starting a home-based business. With the support of our strategic partners, the Forum’s graduates have been able to generate income for themselves, their families, and start their own businesses.

By reaching out to women in conservative communities like Jabal Al Taj, as well as other governorates across Jordan, the Forum trains, develops, and open the minds of women who otherwise would not have access to this type of education and hands-on training. Their increased participation in the economy leads a heightened sense of self-confidence and empowers a future generation of women entrepreneurs.

Jabal Al Taj Services & Programs

  1. Education and training in computer skills for adults
  2. Workshops on entrepreneurship and starting a business
  3. Incubation for small-scale projects
  4. Tailoring and fashion design classes
  5. Handicrafts and jewelry technical training
  6. Beautician courses
  7. Communication skills workshops

Register as a trainee by contacting us at Tel: 962-6-5511647 or admin@jfbpw.org

If helping others is your calling, please apply below to become a trainee or volunteer at Jabal Al Taj. Make a difference by sharing your knowledge and field of expertise. Tel: 962-6-5511647 or admin@jfbpw.org

CONTACT US

Address : Amman - Jordan
Tel : +962 6 5511647/8
Fax : +962 6 5530092
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