Following a successful pilot training in Bangkok, TPI will be continuing to partner with IMA International, to deliver a further two courses in 2014, in Bangkok and Nairobi.
Participants at the Bangkok (2013) course described how ‘it is wonderful to find a course that offers professional trainers with extensive experience in the NGO and not-for profit fields’ and ‘the trainers are knowledgeable and generous sharing their knowledge, which is grounded in their diverse and practical experience’.
The same intensive five day course is expected to run in July in Bangkok, Thailand and is scheduled for 24-28th November in Nairobi, Kenya. It provides the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to build effective partnerships for your organisation. The programme provides the opportunity to practice these skills and deepen your learning with case studies using the best examples of cross-sectoral practice.
The approach is highly interactive with insights and examples from the trainer’s own practical experience in developing partnerships in the public, non-profit and private sectors around the world.
Why choose this course?
This training course is for you if you’re involved with, or planning to develop partnership working or collaboration with development partners (including suppliers, delivery partners, governments, INGOs or private sector organisations). This course will also help those wanting to understand how partnerships work as a longer-term development opportunity for an organisation.
What you will learn
This interactive and dynamic training course will provide you with an understanding of the critical issues in the formation and management of partnerships. You will learn how to scope and build partnerships through to managing and evaluating progress and impact.
To help build your practical skills and understanding, you will also get the opportunity to apply your learning through case studies, exercises and role plays.