TRAINING Calandar 2012

 

Highlights of some accomplished capacity building training worksops:in chronological order :

Starting from 1990, when there was more open space and freedom for NGDOs to operate in Nepal and South East Asia, SEARCH-Nepal has undertaken many training workshops across Asia including Russia and Kazakhastan. The training workshops were held from the Philippines in the east to Afghanistan in the west and Tibet in the north.  There were many training workshops that were held in Nepal as well, at the national, district and village level.  SN as an NGO support organisation - has cooperated with networks in Asia such as ZENID in Jordan; INTRAC in Oxford, UK; FRAMEWORK, UK; World Foest Center, Portland, Oregon, USA; PRIA, New Delhi; RDRS, Bangladesh, SANGAT/JAGORI, New Delhi; AIT/NGDO Management Consortium, Bangkok, AsiaDhrra, Jakarta/Manila as well as many national networks to train and equip development, environment, NGDO and CBO leaders. SN follows a unique KSA model (knowledge, skills, attitude change) to introduce effective change behaviour and change management in individuals and institutions. It follows an experiential adult learning principles and each training workshop is designed to produce a useful action plan for the invididual and organization to follow at the end of the modular courses.


 
Years
Modules
Partners
1990-95
NGDO Management Training

Monitoring and Evaluation

Financial Management

Institutional Management

Human Resource Managem

PRA

AIT Bangkok

UNDP

ASIADHRRA/Manila

RDRS Bangladesh

ADB/Manila

INGOs

SNV

Unicef

USAID
1995-2000
Leadership Development

Community Organizing

Logical Framework Analysis

NGDO Management

FInancial Management

Strategic Planning


WWF

UNDP

NGOs

INGOs

RDRS Bangladesh

AIT NGDO Consortium

CASDIN, Almaty, Kazakhastan

2000-2005
Rights Based Approach

Gender and Sustainable Development

NGDO Management

Sustainable Livelihood

Conflict Management

Trainers Training (TOT)

Gender Master Trainers

Appreciative Inquiry

Logical Framework Analysis

Human Resource Development

Financial Management

Project Management


We Citizens, Moscow, Russia

UNDP

Unicef

RDRS Bangladesh

AIT NGDO Consortium

INGOs

WWF

National Conservation Projects

 NGOs

2005 - 2012
Conflict Resolution

Violence Against Women (VAW)

Gender and Development (GAD)

Masculinity and Development

Value Chain Analysis

Global Warming and Climate Change

Sustainable Forest Management

Gender Master Trainers

Trainers Training (TOT)

Sustainable Livelihood

Food Security and Soverignity

Response to Natural Disasters

Coalition and Federaton Strengthening

Good Governance

Democracy Strengthening

Citizenships and Human Rights

Social Inclusion, Participation and Equality

Socio-Economic Research Methodology

Natural Resource Management Research Methodology.

Change Management in Organisations

Value Chain Analysis

Organisational Learning and Knowledge Management.

Appreciative Inquiry Approach (AIA)

Logical Framework Analysis (LFA)


International NGOs (INGOs)

National NGOs

RDRS Bangladesh

Federation of Democratic NGOs (FEDAN)

Federation of Disabled NGOs in Nepal (NDDN)

South Asian Women's Network (SWAN)

Shtrii Shakti (S2)


Training Programme for the  Calendar Year 2012/13
  • Gender and sustainable Development   - January 2012
  • Organizational Good Governance  -  March 2012
  • Democracy and Good Governance - July 2012
  • Climate Change and Variability, Shtrii Shakti, (Central Nepal) August 2012
  • Climate Change and Climate Variability, Shtrii Shakti, (Dhulikhel) September, 2012.
  • Climate Change and Variablity, Shtrii Shakti, (Western Nepal) 2012.
  • Gender and Social Inclusion, Kathmandu, December, 2012.
  • Democracy Strengthening and Good Governance in South Asia, March/April 2013, Kalimpong, India.


Trend Analysis of Training Workshops carried out by SN
The trend in the last 25 years for the demand and supply of training approaches, training design and delivery - have been dynamic and has progressed as the maturity and sophistication of NGDOs and CBOs have improved over the years.  At the same time, international donor funding partners concern for complementarity, effieicncy  and effectiveness have dictated the direction, content and priority of training modules.

One can thus discern that in the 1990s, organisational development of NGDOs/CBOs and thier federations were of prime concern. Hence, OD module, financial management, leadership development and human resources development dominated the scene.

The arrival of the millenium 2,000 AD (Y2K), witnessed a major departure from organisational and project management courses towards Results Based Management; Change Management, Strategic Planning; Sustainability of Instututions including development of Micro-Finance (MFs) modules to support this goal; Change management, Human Rights and modules to cater to the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs).

The second decade of the millenium 2,000 AD,  has witnesed further shift from sectoral issues and management modules towards demand for thematic modules such as Global Warming and Climate Change; Gender and Social Inclusion; Good Governance; Peace and Reconcilliation; human trafficking; Violence Against Women and Children; Rights of  Senior Citizens; Rights and Inclusion of Dalits and Indigenous Nationalities; strengthening of organisations in the Disability sector; development of Youth; Livelihood and Food Security and issues related to development of Cooperatives and their Federations in Nepal.


 


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