Capacity Building Training provides skills and knowledge to help people lead healthy lives for themselves and their communities. This training is available for agencies, organizations, and individuals. to cover a range of topics from leadership, to advocacy, health promotion, and more. Capacity Building Training for professionals in the field of public health and related areas such as education counseling psychology, sociology/anthropology, medicine, nursing as well as non-healthcare professionals interested in future careers in public health.
Types of capacity building: mentorship, communication, facilitation, training, education, and public information
Mentorship is the process of having a trusted and reliable person who guides, teaches, and supports someone. This person may be an expert in a particular field or just someone who has been through the process before.
Communication is the act of transmitting information from one entity to another. It is also the study of how information is transmitted.
Facilitation refers to a variety of techniques used by an individual or group to organize and manage people and ideas in order to achieve a common goal or produce a desired outcome.
Training refers to systematic instruction in any branch of knowledge, trade, or occupation; specifically: The instruction given to persons engaged in learning any new occupation or trade; The instruction given to members of the armed forces during training. In this particular instance, the term is being used to describe training for a specific job or profession, as applied by employers or educational institutions.
What are the benefits of capacity building?
Capacity building is a process that helps organizations and individuals to develop the skills and knowledge they need to do their jobs well.
The benefits of capacity building are numerous. It can help organizations achieve their goals by providing them with employees who have the necessary skills to do their jobs well. Capacity building can also help employees advance in their careers and improve performance by developing skills that will make them more valuable employees.
How can capacity building be implemented in your organization?
Capacity building is a process that has the potential to help organizations to develop their human resources. It can be implemented in an organization in various ways.
The most common way is through training and development of employees. Training provides the knowledge and skills required for employees to perform their duties effectively. Development, on the other hand, helps the employees acquire new skills which will enable them to contribute more effectively to their organization’s goals.
Another way of capacity building is through organizational development where there are improvements in policies, procedures, systems and structures within an organization which will enable it to be more productive. Finally, there are also improvements in external relationships with stakeholders who can help an organization reach its objectives as well as improve its efficiency and effectiveness.
Capacity Building and Tailored Training Workshops
Some of the key components for capacity building and tailored training workshops are the following: -Identifying capacity gaps in the workforce and determining which type of training will help fill those gaps -Developing a plan to train workers to achieve skills that employers need -Providing opportunities for workers to learn new skills, while also maintaining their current employment -Ensuring that training is provided where it is most needed (e.g. in rural areas) -Developing partnerships with local employers who want to recruit and retrain a particular skill set-Providing training services in languages other than English.
- Lectures 0
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- Duration 10 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes