GIZ – Skilled Crafts (Phase 1)

The primary aim of the project is to conduct career guidance and counseling as well as internships and job placement for 300 vulnerable Jordanian and Syrian refugees in skilled crafts occupations in seven Governorates (Amman, Aqaba, Balqa, Irbid, Ramtha, Tafileh, and Zarqa).

Targeted sectors and professions:

  • Food Processing.

  • Food Making.

  • Automobile Mechanics.

  • Electricians.

  • Barista.

  • Cosmetology.

  • Tailoring.

Beneficiaries

329

Internships

70

Beneficiaries Employed

68

GIZ – Skilled Crafts (Phase 2)

Employment Oriented Vocational Training in Skilled Crafts Project (Phase 2) is complementary to the previous phase. It entails carrying out tracer studies to around 1000 Jordanians and Syrian Refugees in seven different governorates around the country; Amman, Irbid, Zarqa, Balqa, Ajloun, Karak, Tafileh.

Pillars of Development.

The Career Guidance and Counseling Workshop is an introductory two-day session that focuses on three main pillars of development:

  • Personal Skills.

  • Professional Skills.

  • Work Environment.

Beneficiaries Traced

554

Beneficiaries Attended

170

Workshops

12

Employment Opportunities

61

Targeted Occupations.

After completing the Career Guidance and Counseling Workshop, the beneficiary is matched with an internship or employment opportunity.

  • Construction

  • Traditional handcrafts

  • Tailors

  • Body Care

  • Hair Style

  • Blacksmiths

  • Pastry

  • Car Mechanics

  • Goldsmith

  • Electricians

  • Carpentry

  • Food Processing

  • Baristas

  • Painter

GIZ – Skilled Crafts Phase 3 (2020-2021)

Employment Oriented Vocational Training in Skilled Crafts Project (Phase 3) is complementary to the previous phase. It entails carrying out tracer studies to around 1500 Jordanians and Syrian Refugees in seven different governorates around the country; Amman, Irbid, Zarqa, Balqa, Ajloun, Karak, Tafileh. The traced beneficiaries later can participate in Career Guidance and Counselling training. 40% of the beneficiaries are matched with internship and/or employment opportunity in the field of skilled crafts.

The project starts in November and ends in November next year

Why Partner.

  • Contribution to the development of Jordanian Youth.

  • Build loyalty with your brand.

  • Access to a wide pool of volunteers for support in any event.

  • Logo placement on all project marketing materials.

  • Exposure on LOYAC social media channels for the entire project period mention in a press release in a major national newspaper.

  • Logo placement & recognition at the program graduation ceremony.

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