April 10(Monday) 9:00am - April 14(Friday) 5:00pm
Community World Service Asia
Greetings from Community World Service Asia! We are pleased to offer Two Sequential 5-Day Trainings on Action Research in Project Cycle followed by Six-week Online Technical Assistance scheduled to take place [...]
Greetings from Community World Service Asia!
We are pleased to offer Two Sequential 5-Day Trainings on Action Research in Project Cycle followed by Six-week Online Technical Assistance scheduled to take place in Islamabad from April 10-14, 2017 (Level 2). The training is very beneficial and practical in nature for staff working in the field of research, advocacy and communication, project implementation and proposal writing.
Overview – Recent trends in development sector have highlighted the need for strong competencies in research, advocacy and organisations are increasingly looking for people who possess thorough understanding and experience of research-based advocacy. In response to this demand, Community World Service brings you an experience of learning research process and media advocacy that will contribute towards enhanced organizational influence and community representation.
These trainings aim to to improve participants’ knowledge and skills to conduct advocacy by using a research-based approach. It will enable participants to conduct secondary and primary research and undertake effective advocacy initiatives, experiential learning, lobbying and projects/program development. Each of the two trainings will be followed by an optional, free of cost online technical support for six weeks to help participants practice knowledge gained in the training.
Who is this training for? – This 5-day intensive intermediate to advanced level training course is suitable for development sector professionals with prior experience of working in Advocacy and Communication, Project Implementation and Proposal Writing. Participants are expected to have fundamental knowledge of advocacy and research.
Methodology – Roleplays, Mockups & Activities, Real Scenario based Case Studies, Participatory & Interactive Learning
Lead Facilitator – Mr. Zaigham Khan possesses a master’s degree in Social Anthropology from the University of London and has more than fifteen years of experience of working in the development sector. During this period, he has worked closely with International Financial institutions (IFIs), UN organisations, World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, NDI, The British Council, Freskorpset and a number of other national and international organisations. He regularly undertakes social research projects and has a large number of publications to his credit. He also writes a widely read weekly column for The News.
If you wish to register yourself or nominate any person(s) from your organization, please fill the online application form by clicking on the following link:
Please note that the deadline for receiving applications is 10 January 2017. Upon receiving the application, we will inform you via confirmation email at the earliest.
A registration fee of Rs.40,000/- is required and covers the cost of food and accommodation. A registration fee of Rs.25,332/- will be applicable if you do not wish to avail accommodation. A 10% early-bird discount will be given to applications received before January 1, 2017.
For additional details, please refer to the attached brochure. Should you require any further information, please feel free to contact us on 0345-5000817 , 0345-5109355 or 051-549653. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanking you and assuring you of our best cooperation and services at all times.
Community World Service Asia
Address P.O. Box # 1362, Islamabad, Pakistan.
T: 0345-5000817 / 051-5496532 | F: 051-5496538