"Training School" project for the hearing-impaired people implemented with support of Nar, aiming to help them acquire various specialties and increase their employment possibilities continues. The 1st stage of the project has already finished. A group of 15 has learned the peculiarities of pastry-cook profession. Note that this project, implemented jointly with the "Support to Deaf" Public Union, consists of 3 stages. In frames of the project, three groups of citizens are being trained in three-month vocational courses. In the next 2 months, the participants will be able to acquire such specialties as cooks and engine mechanics. The “Training School” project will help people with hearing impairments to find a job after the finish of trainings. The project will be carried out by experienced professionals.
It’s notable that the “Training school” project, organized by Nar aims to support people with hearing impairments in gaining new skills and integrating to the society. The project will also help people with hearing impairments to deal with possible psychological and legal difficulties. The first “Training School” is being held in Baku. In the future, it is planned to expand the “Training School” project to regions.
For almost 4 years now, “Nar” organizes such trainings for people with hearing impairments to help them learn various professions and improve their employment skills. Support for people with physical limitations and their integration to society is one of the main directions of corporate social responsibility strategy (CSR) of Nar.