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INJAZ Palestine carried out a training day for the beneficiaries of the creative employment project that targeted the youth in the Gaza Strip. This was done as part of the emergency Gaza project- money for work, in the presence of the advisor, Coach Mahmoud Abu Shar, head of the International Center for Professional Trainees, and Dr. As’ad Abou Shauqa, doctor of self-development, and Ms. Tamara Lulu, head of the Internal Control Department at the Faten Foundation, and INJAZ team in Gaza.
Wisam Al-Shawa, Gaza branch manager, opened the meeting, by briefly introducing INJAZ as an organization, its goal and programs and its creative employment project for young people in the Gaza Strip. She also talked about how to deal and interact with INJAZ three main programs (the Community Leadership, Personal Life Planning, and It’s My Business).
Abu Sharr, consultant of the human development sciences and capacity development, spoke about neuro linguistic programming (NLP), represented in the skills triangle, and how to start training, teaching methods, stages of skill acquisition, and the difference between and a successful and a distinguished trainer.
On his part, Abou Shawqa gave a detailed explanation of the “community leadership” program, which dealt with the concept of leadership, and the attributes and skills of a successful leader.
Tamara Lula tackled the “It’s My Business” program represented by the project idea and its needs, in addition, to how to know the product, creativity and innovation in thinking and solving problems, and self-confidence. The training endeavors to enhance the students’ culture and awareness and develop creative thinking skills that will help them start their own projects and, in consequence, enable them to shape their future and readiness for work.
‘Ula Labad, one of the project’s beneficiaries, stressed INJAZ’ great and clear role in developing and refining the students’ skills in various important fields to their lives, and that their efforts as graduates, have yielded great benefit to students in their educational field.
INJAZ’ team worked very hard also to ensure that everything went well, culminating in the successful training day for the beneficiaries of the creative employment project for young people in the Gaza Strip.