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Support for Vocational Training and Employment for People with Disabilities

Are you a disabled person, a graduate of an education institution or a vocational training institution and need support for getting a job or a job?

“Speranţa” Center invites people with disabilities who want to get a job or to work in the labor market to participate in the program “Inclusion of people with disabilities in the Republic of Moldova”, implemented with the support of the World Jewish Relief Foundation in the Sea Kingdom.

The aim of the program is to increase the employability of people with disabilities / learning difficulties in the Republic of Moldova by providing support in the vocational training process and providing support for employment.

The program provides for individual support for each participant, which includes:

Evaluation of vocational training interests and employment;
Developing and implementing, in partnership with the disabled young person and his or her family, the Individual Vocational Training and Employment Plan;
Identification with the young person of job offers;
Preparation for the hiring process (preparation of the documents package for participation in the employee selection contest, preparation for the interview, etc.);
Support and mediation at work.
The basic principle in the provision of Vocational Training and Employment Service is the active involvement and partnership of the young disabled person and his / her family.

Application procedure (the candidate can choose any of the three options to register):

By phone: 079 77 55 13; 022 56 11 00
By e-mail:
Or by presenting it at the “Speranta” Center office. bd. Traian 12/2, ap. 2, mun. Chisinau, MD-2012, Center “Speranta”.

Participation in the program is free of charge.

Application deadline: 24 February 2017.

For questions and clarifications, please contact: Gheorghe Zastavneţchi, Program Coordinator, Speranţa Center, GSM: 0 79 77 55 13, e-mail:

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