The Institute for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (IPER), in cooperation with the Association of Old Crafts and Skills NIT, organizes training within the project “Conservation and development of traditional Montenegrin stitch” for all interested women who are willing to acquire gold embroidery skills way to contribute to its preservation from oblivion.
In this way, we invite all interested women to apply for training:
„The skills of embroidering Montenegrin stitch“
The training is intended for women from the territory of the City of Podgorica who would like to deal with goldsmiths, ages 20 to 67 (students, employees, unemployed, pensioners, members of vulnerable groups). No previous experience is required for participation in the training, but only good conation and desire for acquiring gold embroidery.
The benefits that women will have in coming to the training are:
- -acquiring the skills of stitch;
- -self-acting on the market and earning a profit;
- -the possibility of joining the NIT Association and employment;
- -recognition and promotion of their skills.
The training will last 10 days, twice a week, 3 hours in the IPER premises. The number of participants is limited to 10, and the training is free.
You can apply for training by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone, by calling 020 620 611.
Applications are open until May 8, 2019.
Come to revive the Montenegrin stitch together!
The project is supported under the Regional Local Democracy Program (ReLOaD), funded by the European Union, and implemented by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). In Montenegro, the ReLOaD program is implemented in partnership with the Podgorica Capital and the municipalities of Tivat, Kotor, Niksic and Pljevlja.