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During the last couple of months a set of vocational and non-vocational training courses have been implemented by the ETTC for the IDPs, Syrian refugees and host community in order to develop their skills and increase their employment chance.

Six courses at the ETTC have been implemented and completed successfully in different fields which have impact on the labour market. The training courses are funded by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC).

On 16th October 2016 two training courses started “Computer Maintenance” and “Cell phone Maintenance”.

On 13th November 2016 four training courses started “Office work and Administration”, “Customer service and Sales”, “Sewing for Women” and “Industrial Technician”.

Number of Participants per training course

Number of Participants per training course

 

The European Technology and Training Centre, is in a continuous service contract with the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) – Erbil to provide vocational training courses for IDPs, refugees and host communities in Erbil.The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is a humanitarian, non-governmental, non-profit organization founded in 1956 that works in more than 30 countries throughout the world. DRC fulfils its mandate by providing direct assistance to conflict-affected populations – refugees, internally displaced people (IDPs) and host communities in the conflict areas of the world; and by advocating on behalf of conflict-affected populations internationally, and in Denmark, on the basis of humanitarian principles and the Human Rights Declaration.