INTRAC Open Training Courses: March 2007INTRAC is running a series of training courses for development practitioners in early 2007
INTRAC is offering the following courses in March 2007:
21-23 March 2007
The aim of this course is to provide participants with an increased understanding of organisational effectiveness and the role that good human resource development and management plays in enabling NGOs to achieve their strategic goals in a sustainable way. Over a period of three days, participants will look at critical human resource issues within the culture and working environment of NGOs (specifically the challenges of HR in development and emergency and relief operations). Issues include: leadership styles, managing poor performance, handling disputes and team conflicts, motivation, gender and diversity as issues in the working environment, and managing the people side of project work.
26-30 March 2007
The aim of this course is to help participants and their organisations to be more effective advocates for change. Over a period of four and a half days, participants will learn how to analyse the policy-making environment within which they are operating and subsequently explore a range of approaches to advocacy strategy, planning and implementation.
Who can apply? Course participants comprise staff from international and local NGOs from the North, the South and transition countries, donor organisations, support organisations and civil society umbrella bodies.
For further information on the courses and how to apply, visit the INTRAC website or contact:
Open Training Manager
PO Box 563, Oxford, OX2 6RZ
Tel: +44 (0)1865 263055
Site Web (URL) http://www.intrac.org/pages/training.html
|Date d'expiration||2007-04-01 12:00|
|Mots-clés||organisational development, m&e, coalition building, networks, advocacy & policy influencing, managing people|
|Mots-clés - géographie||global|