Short courses in tailoring, home nursing for poor women. Admissions open.

Do you know of women who will benefit from a course in tailoring or home nursing? Poor women who can use  a new skill to get a job or set up a shop?

Then put them on to the SUDAR centre run by the FMM nuns in their San Thome campus now.

FMM Social Work Centre, Chennai Province established a project centre named SUDAR – Socially United for Development and Access to Resources – to work exclusively for the welfare of the people from downtrodden community.

SUDAR have been providing skill development training to women, Single mothers, teens and transgender. Tailoring course and Home Nursing course are the successful projects of SUDAR.

SUDAR has just inaugurated the fourth batch of tailoring course and second batch of home nursing course on  November 1.

The courses offered in Tailoring and Home Nursing run for 3 months.  The timings of the shifts is: Shift 1 9. 30 am – 11. 30 am and Shift 2 is from 11.30 am – 1. 30 pm.

The fee for the tailoring course is Rs. 300 per month; a certificate will be provided at the end of the course.

The home nursing course  is a free, 3-months-long course where the syllabus focuses to develop both theory and practical knowledge.

Sister Philo of SUDAR says these students will be studying a specially modified syllabus followed by a B Sc Nursing student. The course is open to women / transgenders who should have completed 9td Std. studies

Admissions for both the courses are still open. Interested people can register by contacting 73053 89425.

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