1.Project Monitoring and Evaluation on 17-18 March 2016 2.Fundraising and Proposal writing on 24-25 March 2016 3.Community Development Concept on 28-30 March 2016

TRAINING 2016

1/26/16
TRAINING SCHEDULE
FOR FIRST SEMESTER 2016
Month
No
Course Name
Working Day
Weekend Course
Date
Date
January
1
Employee Management
18-19

2
Community Organizing
28-29
30-31
February
3
Gender awareness in project management
11-12
20-21
4
Problem solving and Decision making
18-19

5
Project planning & Design
25-26
27-28
March
6
Gender policy awareness in development process
07-08

7
Project monitoring & evaluation
17-18
19-20
8
Fundraising and Proposal writing
24-25

9
Community development concept
28-30

April
10
Project design & Proposal writing
6-8

11
Training and Facilitation Skills
21-22
23-24
12
Professional report writing skills
27-29

May
13
Gender behavioral change for youth
02-03
14-15
14
Leadership development for young leaders
12-13

15
Result based management
18-20

16
Management of change
25-27

June
17
Project financial management
06-08

18
Project Management
15-17

19
Goal setting, life planning and decision making
20-22
18-19
20
Gender mainstreaming in the project
29-01


OUR SERVICES
  1. Customized training
  2. Open access/in plan training
  3. Organizational development
  4. Consultation service
  5. Interpretation and translation
CONTACT US
Contact:          087 46 50 80 / 012 30 22 70
E-mail:             pcdt.training@gmail.com
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Training on

11/10/15
COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
28-29 January 2016

C 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.
C 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.
C Course objectives:
By the end of the course each participant will be able to:
  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
C Course contents:
  1. Session 1: Course introduction
  2. Session 2: Methods to organize community
  3. Session 3: Building good relationship with relevant stakeholders
  4. Session 4: Community facilitation skills
  5. Session 5: Community power authorization and delegation
  6. Session 6: Successful community management and leadership
  7. Session 7: Qualitative community training methodologies
  8. Session 8: Improvement of community livelihood
C Target groups:
Managers, team leaders, coordinators, supervisors, and project officers.
C Methods:
Brainstorming, individual work, group work, plenary discussion, role play, drama, small group discussion and presentation.
C When:
C Actual training date:
o    28-29 January 2016
C Register from:
o    Now –  28 January 2016 is USD149.00 per participant
C Where:
o    PCDT training room, Phnom Penh
C Contact address:
o    Mobile phone: 087 46 50 80 / 012 30 22 70
o    E-mail address: pcdt.training@gmail.com
o    Face book: PCDT Capacity Development
o    Website: www.pcdt.blogspot.com
C Free:
o    Refreshment, documents and certificate of completion.
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Training on:

9/8/15
PROJECT PLANNING AND DESIGN
25-26 February 2016
     
COURSE DESCRIPTION
All throughout your life, whether at work, rest or play, you’ll need to organize and manage projects. Whether it’s completing some course work for your studies, a new implementation at work or even if you’re organizing a holiday! In order to be successful you’ll need to be well organized and you need to be able to manage resources, time and costs. In this session, we will be discussing the project design based on your experiences. We have different ways to design a project.  Some people use the logical framework and narrative summary.
COURSE AIM
To enhance the abilities of participants on practical project design that meet   individual requirement and contribute to address issues, especially issues related to project management.
COURSE OBJECTIVE
By the end of the course each participant will be able to:
- Explain functions of project design and project cycle management.
- Practice to design project which link to individual project.
- Practice to prepare project activity and budget plans and track the project implementation that contributes to achieve project objectives and project goal
COURSE CONTENT
- Overview of project design and planning
- Project life cycle management
- Project design
- Project activity planning
- Project budget planning
- Project  monitoring, and
- Project evaluation

TARGET PARTICIPANTS

 Managers, team leaders, coordinators, supervisors, and project officers.
METHODS
Brainstorming, individual work, group work, plenary discussion, role play, drama, small group discussion, pair work and presentation.
WHEN
Actual training date:
25-26 February 2016
Register from:
o   Now – 20 February 2016 is USD159.00 per participant
o   21-25 February 2016 is USD185.00 per participant
WHEN: PCDT training room, Phnom Penh
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