Capacity Development Team
In quality of service we trust
September 20-21, 2014
1. Course description:
The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to community organizing; specifically, the knowledge, skill and value base underpinning community organizing, planning, development and change. It will emphasize the myriad roles, goals, and strategies used by community organizers in effecting social change. It will examine the history of organizing as a context of analysing contemporary issues and organizations in the country and in other countries. Models of community organizing including mass mobilization, social action, grass roots empowerment, leadership development and advocacy, as well as newer community building approaches will assessed for effectiveness in the current conservative climate. Special attention will be paid to issues of gender, class, race and ethnicity and sexual orientation in organizing. Field-related experience is included to expose students to an actual organizing environment.
2. Course aim:
To equip capacity of community development facilitators on how to build community groups to be sustainable impact community, especially for the most vulnerable.
3. Course objectives:
By the end of the course each participant will be able to:4. Course content:
1. Understand formation processes and concretization to mobilization.
2. Demonstrate team safe building and trust coaching.
3. Understand how to set effective vision and mission to reach the desirable goal.
4. Describe seed project and learning by growing coordination partnering and networking.
Session 1: Course introduction
Session 2: Methods to organize community
Session 3: Building good relationship with relevant stakeholders
Session 4: Community facilitation skills
Session 5: Community power authorization and delegation
Session 6: Successful community management and leadership
Session 7: Qualitative community training methodologiesSession 8: Improvement of community livelihood
5. Target participants:
Managers, team leaders, coordinators, supervisors, and project officers.
Brainstorming, individual work, group work, plenary discussion, role play, drama, small group discussion and presentation.
o Now – September 14, 2014 is USD99.00 per participant
o September 15-20, 2014 is USD120.00 per participant
8. Actual training date:September 20-21, 2014
Training room of PCDT, Phnom Penh
Refreshment, lunch, documents and certificate of completion.
Tel: 010 46 50 80 and E-mail: email@example.com