ASK for Human Capacity Building to Design and Conduct an Intensive ‘Advanced Facilitation Skills’ Training Program for Civil Society Program Expert Trainers
In line with ASK for Human Capacity Building’s efforts to continuously serve the civil society sector, it is proud to announce that it has been selected to design and conduct a full-on comprehensive training program for Civil Society Program (CSP)’s expert trainers in the topic of ‘Advanced Facilitation Skills’. ASK for Human Capacity Building to Design and Conduct an Intensive ‘Advanced Facilitation Skills’ Training Program for Civil Society Program Expert Trainers.
This Training of the Trainer (TOT) program will enable CSP trainers to conduct more effective and interactive facilitation sessions throughout their training careers. It will also enhance their overall facilitation strategies and techniques, and equip them with the necessary tools to advance their implementation of valuable training activities.
In accordance to ASK’s training philosophy, this TOT program will be designed based on a Needs Assessment. It will also be implemented whilst focusing on the advancement of the individual as a whole in terms of his/her Attitude, Skills and Knowledge.
ASK’s tailor-made content, expert Leaders of Change, and comprehensive delivery mechanism enable ASK to customize the requested TOT program to compliment CSP’s trainers’ wide-ranging skills and experiences.
Based on the needs of CSP trainers, CSP launched a Request for Proposal open for Jordanian, regional and international training service providers. Proudly, ASK was one of the 5 winning service providers, and it will be conducting its proposed intensive training program this October, 2012.
This TOT program will contribute to cultivating a strong and vibrant civil society by strengthening the trainers’Attitude, Skills and Knowledge, who in turn will conduct training in varied topics across the Kingdom. Consequently, ASK is proud to declare that this TOT program will have a positive effect on hundreds of end beneficiaries spread out across Jordan.