Call for Participants
Kathmandu Training Center, KTC is going to organize different kinds of short package training on the following time period at Koteshwor, Kathmandu. It is a practical course to develop socially responsible leader.
Individual or people from different organization who are willing to develop skills in the context of development program planning and project management.
Venue: Kathmandu Training Center, Amarawati Marg Koteshwor -35, Kathmandu (near to Balkumari Bridge)
(Note: Previous applicants will be given priority).
1) Training of Trainers - ToT (7 Days)
Starts from: Fagun 12 – 19, 2071 (Feb. 24 – Mar. 3, 2015)
2) Proposal & Report Writing Skill – (7 Days)
Starts from: Fagun 24 – 30, 2071 (Mar. 8 – 14, 2015)
3) Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation –PME (5 Days)
Starts from: Chaitra 2 – 6, 2071 (Mar. 16 - 20, 2015)
4) Participatory Rural Appraisal – PRA (6 Days)
Starts from: Chaitra 2 – 8, 2071 (Mar. 16 – 22, 2015)
5) ToT on Communication & Facilitation Skill (5 days)
Starts from: Chaitra 9 – 13, 2071 (Mar 23 - 27, 2015)
6) ToT on Advocacy Strategies and Approaches (5 days)
Starts from: Chaitra 16 – 20, 2071 (Mar. 30 – Apr. 3, 2015)
7) Social Mobilization – SM Training (8 days)
Starts from: Chaitra 22 – 30 , 2071 (April 5 – 13, 2015)
8) ToT on Leadership & Facilitation Skill (5 days)
Starts from: Baishak 3 – 7, 2072 (April 16 – 20, 2015)
The detail information regarding the training has attached along with this mail.
Mr. Raj Bahadur Giri (Executive Director) -- 9851086754 OR,
Ms. Padma Shakya (Training Coordinator)-- 9841434133
Kathmandu Training Center, Koteshwor, Kathmandu
Amarawati Marg (Near Bal Kumari Bridge) Tel: 01-5147197
Nepal is world’s one of the beautiful countries having diverse geographical features, people belonging to different castes, religion, culture and most importantly the natural beauty gifted by the mother nature. These features have turned out to be both benefits and detriments to the Nepalese society because even though the country is geographically and culturally rich, the people here are still lagging behind in education and development due to their norms, values, cultures and geographical layout. With the combined efforts of me and my friends, we established Kathmandu Training Center in July 2002 with the aim of training and educating people especially from the backward society so that they can contribute something for the development and welfare of the country. In context of country like ours, development is very important. Though there are many approaches in this matter, strategies may differ. If we adopt the measures used by other countries regarding the development that would just be an extension, but what we need is a strategy that would benefit Nepal in the process of development in a sustainable way. read more »