Tusdec launches ‘Master Training of the Trainers Programme' -Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF)

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Tusdec launches ‘Master Training of the Trainers Programme’

Pakistan Press Foundation

LAHORE: Technology Upgradation and Skill Development Company (Tusdec) has launched ‘Master Training of the Trainers Programme’ in Lahore for the capacity building of NGOs based in Punjab under a contract with Punjab Social Services Board (PSSB), Social Welfare and Bait-ul-Mal, Government of Punjab.

According to the company’s spokesperson, the training session will continue till June 25 in which 120 candidates from various NGOs will be trained as the master trainers so that they could further impart the acquired skills to the next tier of trainers; thus infiltrating the processes and framework of improved organisational management among their respective NGOs.

A session of two days training has been arranged in the areas of governance and office administration while 10 days will be consecrated to administer the trainings of strategic planning, programme management, fund-raising and publicity, human resource policy and financial policy. The trainings are being organised at Social Welfare Training Institute, Township Lahore.

The spokesperson further said that Tusdec had engaged three specialised trainers to disseminate the multifarious training sessions. Senior officials from Social Welfare and Bait-ul-Maal, Pehchan, Face Foundation, Roshni Welfare Organisation, Help Foundation, Liberal Forum and Itahad Foundation are attending the workshop.

The trainings aimed at enabling the human resource of the NGOs to improve their capacities in various arenas, ranging from strategy, planning, leadership, operations, talent management, diversity, partnerships and synergies, evaluation, advocacy and policy change, marketing and positioning tactics and financial management. Proliferation of NGOs on the basal levels of society is itself anticipative of the preferential socio-cultural shift.

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