AIT Extension is hosting a two weeks training program on "Marketing and Value Chain Management in Agriculture"
AIT Extension is organizing a two weeks training program on “Marketing and Value Chain Management in Agriculture” from 29 March to 10 April 2010 for senior level managers of the Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF), Bangladesh. As an apex microcredit funding and capacity building organisation PKSF, in English means “Rural Employment Support Foundation”, was established by the Government of Bangladesh in May 1990. For the last two decades PKSF has been working for eradicating poverty by providing microcredit to the poor through its Partner Organisations (POs) and in strengthening the institutional infrastructure of those POs so that they can improve their present operations. Read more »
AIT Extension has opened its new Representative Office in Kathmandu, Nepal. The Nepal Representative Office will contribute to AIT Extension’s expanding professional education services in Nepal.
The recent agreement between AIT and Foundation for Development Management (FDM) has enabled AIT Extension to set up the AITE Representative Office on the premises of FDM in Kathmandu. This initiative signals AIT Extension’s willingness to expand its regional presence, and reach and assist more organizations around the region. Read more »
Learn the art of Contract Administration, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) at AIT
By popular demand AIT Extension is over again contemplating to run the international professional course on “Contract Administration, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution” from 12 – 23 July, 2010.
The course familiarizes participants with general principles of international arbitration and alternative methods of dispute resolution (ADR). It examines the legal issues involved in international commercial arbitration and introduces the goals and techniques of mediation. The emphasis throughout is on the development of practical skills.
AIT Extension (AITE) in partnership with Fredskorpset Norway (FK Norway) is organizing a 14th Fredskorpset Preparatory Course (South –South Exchange) at AIT (22 March – 10 April, 2010). 28 participants from 13 different countries (Bangladesh, Bhutan, P.R. China, India, Indonesia, Laos PDR, Myanmar, Mongolia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam) are attending the program. AITE has successfully conducted ten (10) similar FK Preparatory Courses during the year 2003 – 2009. Read more »
AIT Extension is hosting a training program for engineers and project staff of Rural Reconstruction Project of the Ministry of Local Development, Nepal
AIT Extension is organizing a 10-day training program on “Environmental and Social Safeguards” from 22 to 30 March 2010 for engineers and project staff of the Rural Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Sector Development Program (RRRSDP), Nepal. This project is carried out by Department of Local Infrastructure Development and Agricultural Roads, Ministry of Local Development, Government of Nepal. Read more »
AIT Extension, in conjunction with Consultancy and Development International, UK successfully hosted a third round of Professional Certificate Course in Management Consulting Essentials (22-25 Feb, 2010). The course was directed by Mr. Tony Lavender, who has decades of experience in providing consultancy and training in UK and abroad.17 participants from Indonesia, Brunei, Italy, Vietnam, Nepal, Afghanistan and Thailand had attended the program. CMCE course is valuable to those management consultants, who are willing to deliver superior value to their clients, and also for those who are considering becoming a management consultant. In addition, this course is also a stepping stone for those who are pursuing the top-notch Certified Management Consultant (CMC). Click here to view the images from the program. Read more »
AIT Extension’s Public Sector Capacity Building Program, in close collaboration with the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction (MoPR), government of Nepal and the Human Development Forum Foundation (HDFF) is organizing a 10-day training program on "Monitoring and Evaluation of Post-Conflict Recovery Programs" from 22 February to 5 March 2010. The course is the second capacity building initiative that MoPR requested AIT Extension to conduct after the first course on Conflict Resolution and Peace Building conducted in August 2009. Eight senior government officials from MoPR are participating in this course. The main focus of this short course is on monitoring and evaluation techniques and tools MoPR would develop and use for evaluating outcomes of post-conflict recovery programs being carried in Nepal. Also the course emphasizes on participants’ skills to apply logical framework and measurement indicators to measure results at the field level.