Nama Centre, a member of Qatar Foundation for Social Work (QFSW), has launched a three-month ‘beautification and health care’ training workshop for ten Shafallah Centre students, at the Qatar International Beauty Academy (Tajmeel). The intensive training programme comes as part of Nama’s ‘Tamkin’ project, one of the centre’s‘Professional training and development’ projects.

The creative workshop provides the young ladies with the guidance they need and nurtures their interest in beautification and skin health care, one of the vital fields in the diverse labor market, which contributes to enriching the development opportunities available for women in Qatar, as well as expands the scope of Nama’s services.

Nama’s Tamkin project aims to empower women and provide them with beautification and skin health care skills through vocational training and rehabilitation at the Academy, in accordance with International standards and accreditation, presenting women with economic empowerment opportunities.

The project was launched in October, under the wider scope of the Centre’s ‘Professional training and development’ project, which focuses on education and training for building the capacity of socially disadvantaged and economically underprivileged groups, and enable them to participate in social work and community service.

Founded in 2009 by Nama, Tajmeel was established to provide training courses of the highest caliber within the beauty industry. The Academy is Qatar’s first vocational training centre to offer internationally recognised hair and beauty therapy qualifications, including ITEC-accredited diplomas and CIBTAC certification.

Tajmeel’s main objective is to transfer knowledge, expertise and professionalism to the local community and established employees of the industry by providing quality education in spa, hair, beauty and its associated fields.

As part of Nama’s active contribution to the realisation of the Qatar National Vision 2030, the Academy strives to expand its professional team and widen the scope of its courses every year, in order to increase opportunities in the community; providing the industry with skilled professionals and individuals with creative talent and personal growth.

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