Along with almost all of Lower Silesia, Wroclaw became after the Second World War part of Poland and an important site of post-war Jewish settlement.  As of May 1948 ORT trained in Wroclaw 182 students. The courses included: needle trades (dressmaking, underwear making, corset making), electro technology, leatherwork, watch making, carpentry and metal work.

Archive photo of ORT students.
WOA p05a070 Typing class in the ORT school in Wroclaw Poland.