Development Alternatives

Development Alternatives, a non-profit organisation established in 1983 creating large scale sustainable livelihoods is organising a Training Workshop on ‘Developing Training Approaches and Methods’ at its Madhya Pradesh located Tara Livelihood Academy.

Objectives of the Training: “To impart the necessary knowledge and skills to conceive, design the Training Strategies and suitable Training Methods, which would lead to the individual stakeholders of the organization finally leading to more effective Organizational Performance fulfilling larger organizational objectives and Mission.”

Date:6 – 8 May, 2010
Venue: TARAgram, Appropriate Technology Centre, Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

As the external environment, and the economy, change, the organisations today is undergoing rapid changes, to cope with these external changes. This in turn requires regular training and re-training of staff of organisations. Such training cannot be carried out by external faculty alone, but needs at least a few short programmes in-house, to be conducted often by the senior staff.

However, a major challenge is in developing the right skills and approach among the staff, to make training effective. It is important that even if staff themselves do not conduct the training, they need to be aware of relevant methodologies, so that they can assess the effectiveness of the training independently. Course Contents:

  • Theoretical aspects of training/teaching
  • The training/teaching cycle
  • The use of A/V aids in teaching & training
  • Training delivery (Effective training)
  • Ice breaking/games during training
  • OD and Strategic Approach for Training and Development
  • Training methodologies – changing trends
  • Basics for good communication
  • Psychological factors of training

Pedagogy: Highly participative full of case studies, behavioural games, psychometric tests, group discussions, presentations and informative and stimulating lecture sessions.

Course Eligibility: The target groups would be promoters of organizations, managers from middle to the top levels of the organizations, functional heads of departments, HR managers, teal leaders, project/programme managers, individuals etc

Duration: 3 Days

Fee:

  • INR 9,000/- per participant for Indian Participants
  • INR 12,000/- (240 USD) for Overseas Participants

For further information and to participate, contact:

Madhuban Pandey, Manager Training,
Juhi Nigam, Sr. Training Supervisor
Jhansi (UP)
Tele. No: +91 510 6451338, +91 972 1754 958, +91 983 9820 689,
E-mail: mpandey@devalt.org, tla@devalt.org

Bhavana Gadre, Manager-Coordination,
New Delhi Tele. No: 011-26132718
Email : bgadre@devalt.org

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Development Alternatives, a non-profit organisation established in 1983 creating large scale sustainable livelihoods is organising a Training Workshop on 'Developing Training Approaches and Methods' at its Madhya Pradesh located Tara Livelihood Academy. Objectives of the Training: “To impart the necessary knowledge and skills...
<img title="DA Logo" src="../wp-content/uploads/2009/03/dagrp.jpg" alt="Development Alternatives" width="500" height="54" /> Development Alternatives, a non-profit organisation established in 1983 creating large scale sustainable livelihoods is organising a Training Workshop on 'Developing Training Approaches and Methods' at its Madhya Pradesh located Tara Livelihood Academy. <strong>Objectives of the Training:</strong> “To impart the necessary knowledge and skills to conceive, design the Training Strategies and suitable Training Methods, which would lead to the individual stakeholders of the organization finally leading to more effective Organizational Performance fulfilling larger organizational objectives and Mission.” <strong>Date:</strong>6 - 8 May, 2010<strong> </strong><strong>Venue:</strong> TARAgram, Appropriate Technology Centre, Orchha, Madhya Pradesh As the external environment, and the economy, change, the organisations today is undergoing rapid changes, to cope with these external changes. This in turn requires regular training and re-training of staff of organisations. Such training cannot be carried out by external faculty alone, but needs at least a few short programmes in-house, to be conducted often by the senior staff. However, a major challenge is in developing the right skills and approach among the staff, to make training effective. It is important that even if staff themselves do not conduct the training, they need to be aware of relevant methodologies, so that they can assess the effectiveness of the training independently. <span id="more-2876"></span><strong>Course Contents:</strong> <ul> <li>Theoretical aspects of training/teaching</li> <li>The training/teaching cycle</li> <li>The use of A/V aids in teaching & training</li> <li>Training delivery (Effective training)</li> <li>Ice breaking/games during training</li> <li>OD and Strategic Approach for Training and Development</li> <li>Training methodologies – changing trends</li> <li>Basics for good communication</li> <li>Psychological factors of training</li> </ul> <strong>Pedagogy:</strong> Highly participative full of case studies, behavioural games, psychometric tests, group discussions, presentations and informative and stimulating lecture sessions. <strong>Course Eligibility:</strong> The target groups would be promoters of organizations, managers from middle to the top levels of the organizations, functional heads of departments, HR managers, teal leaders, project/programme managers, individuals etc <strong> </strong> <strong>Duration:</strong><strong> </strong><strong>3 Days</strong> <strong> </strong> <strong>Fee:</strong> <strong> </strong> <ul> <li>INR 9,000/- per participant for Indian Participants</li> <li>INR 12,000/- (240 USD) for Overseas Participants</li> </ul> For further information and to participate, contact: Madhuban Pandey, Manager Training, Juhi Nigam, Sr. Training Supervisor Jhansi (UP) Tele. No: +91 510 6451338, +91 972 1754 958, +91 983 9820 689, E-mail: mpandey@devalt.org, tla@devalt.org Bhavana Gadre, Manager-Coordination, New Delhi Tele. No: 011-26132718 Email : <a href="mailto:bgadre@devalt.org" target="_blank">bgadre@devalt.org</a>

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Aastha Kukreti holds a Master’s degree in Environment Management and her areas of expertise range from waste management, pollution ecology, green audits, ecofeminism, environmental equity and social justice.