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International Development, Advocacy
International Development, Training
Are you involved in capacity strengthening or organisational development work with local partners, and finding things aren’t going as you imagined they would? Maybe you’re grappling with how to provide remote capacity strengthening support, particularly in the context of COVID-19? If these are the sorts of challenges that you’re facing, then INTRAC’s new Partner Capacity Strengthening online course is designed to help.
This course introduces participants to the core skills needed to support a partner through an organisational change process. It will give you an understanding of the true nature of organisations, and how to assess capacity strengthening needs. You will explore methods and tools for capacity strengthening. You will learn how power dynamics impact on organisational change processes in partnerships, and identify how to promote partner ownership. You will also have the opportunity to explore your own strengths and weaknesses as an external change agent, and identify new practical approaches to try.
What is the course format?
The online Inspiring Change: is a facilitated, interactive and collaborative e-learning experience. You will have access to:
Who is this training course suitable for?
This course is particularly relevant to programme staff with some experience in capacity strengthening and/or organisational development support work with international partners, which they would like to build on. It is also relevant to staff who are intending to engage in some form of capacity strengthening support work in the near future.
Over six weeks, you’ll cover all of the basic core skills needed to support a partner through an organisational change process, including:
Application deadline: 10 May 2021. Please take note that we may close the applications earlier once the course gets fully booked.
Course trainer: Lucy Morris is an organisational change specialist with more than 20 years experience of working in the not-for-profit sector in humanitarian and development contexts both in the UK and overseas, including at senior management level. Her career has spanned work with the Overseas Development Institute, the UN, the Red Cross, faith-based and secular INGOs and national NGOs in the UK, Africa, Asia and Central Europe.
Lucy holds a Masters in Applied Anthropology, Community and Youth Work as well as a Diploma in Child Psychology, and is an accredited partnership broker and a qualified coach – specialising in transformational change. She’s an experienced trainer & facilitator, with a track-record of delivering training in ‘effective and equitable partnerships’ and co-facilitating leadership development programmes.
To read more about the course, click here: http://bit.ly/30DJUSC
You will need a laptop and ideally also a headset, as well as access to broadband internet. You will need to be able to download Zoom to access the live sessions. INTRAC’s e-learning platform (Moodle) is accessible through a browser.