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Traditional mode of delivery, where learners and the facilitator will be on the same venue.


The need for skilled report writing and presentation skills has increased in the last 20 years. Institutions increasingly seek training for their staff, however, effective writing skills are not only necessary for professionals and alike; these skills are critical in any technically-oriented professional job. Effective communications—or writing—is not writing about a specific technical topic, but about any technical topic. This means the clarity or clear message should reach the subordinate  using the presentation of the report.

Effective communication expected to express ourselves, both verbally and non-verbally, in ways that are appropriate to our cultures and situations. This means not only being able to express our opinions and desires, but also our needs and fears and to ask for advice and help. One of the challenges in writing skills is to do so in a way that a non-specialist could understand.

“No matter how good or important message is, if it is not delivered in interesting and effective way, chances are it wont be heard at all. Strong presentation skills can advance a career while pour speaking skills can ground a rising star”.


The “Effective Report Writing Skills”  and “Presentation Skills” aims at imparting participants with cutting edge report writing skills which will enable them to produce effective reports. This programme trains people to write concise, easy-to-read and professional technical and general reports for any     context. Participants will apply the skills practically throughout, and should ideally use examples of their own job related reports, to ensure application in their work and achievement of individually required outcomes.

At the end of the workshop the participants will be able to structure a presentation, establish credibility with the audience, select appropriate style for the presentation, deal confidently with difficult situations and people, involving posing and taking questions, develop successful strategies for co-presenting, presenting at internal and external board meetings, and at councils/committees and use a range of technology and visual aids.

 TARGET group

This workshop is suitable for middle to senior cadre officers whose roles demand effective communication through reports to management and board level. Officials from both private and public sectors are highly recommended to attend.





The seminar will be conducted via Power Point presentations, analyses of short case studies, discussion and writing action plan exercises.

VENUE : Morogoro


DATE : 10th to 14th February 2020


Course date: 10-02-2020 8:00 am
Course End Date: 14-02-2020 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited


Wakala wa Mafunzo kwa Njia ya Mtandao (Tanzania Global Learning Agency (TaGLA) imeandaa mafunzo ya Kujiandaa na Maisha Baada ya Kustaafu Kazi. Mafunzo haya ni fursa ya pekee kwa wafanyakazi walio katika ajira rasmi kuweza kutafakari,kutathimini na kupanga maisha yao baada ya kustaafu. Mafunzo haya yataendeshwa kwa muda wa siku tano .


Lengo la mafunzo haya ni kuwapa washiriki maarifa,mbinu na uzoefu wa jinsi ya kujiandaa vema na maisha baada ya kustaafu. Tafiti mbalimbali zimebaini kuwa wastaafu wengi hukumbwa na  misukosuko mingi ya kifedha, kiafya na kimaisha kwa ujumla. Moja kati ya sababu kubwa  ya wastaafu kukumbwa na misukosuko hiyo na kushindwa kuihimili vema ni kutokuwa na mipango madhubuti ya maisha baada ya kustaafu kazi.

Mafunzo ya Kujiandaa na Maisha Baada ya Kustaafu Kazi   yamelenga     kumwezesha mfanyakazi kuanza mapema kuandaa mpango binafsi wa kujiandaa kustaafu.   Mafunzo pia yatatoa fursa  kwa washiriki                  kubadilishana ufahamu na uzoefu     kutokana na  mazingira watokayo.

Malengo mahsusi ya mafunzo haya ni:-

· Kuwaandaa washiriki kisaikolojia juu ya maisha baada ya kustaafu,

· Kuwaelimisha juu ya kuandaa mpango binafsi wa kustaafu,

· Kuwapa mbinu za kijasiriamali na stadi za maisha,

· Kutoa elimu ya afya.


Wale wote walio   katika ajira rasmi.

  Tarehe:  10 – 14 February 2020 Mahali : Morogoro


Course date: 10-02-2020 8:00 am
Course End Date: 14-02-2020 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Workshop Overview

An effective induction is essential for new board members if they are to maximize their contribution within a reasonably short time scale.  Boards are also being required to go much further than just blindly applying principles and recommendations – since these do not guarantee an effective board. The thinking through and robust and appropriate application of the principles and recommendations in each specific context (sector, business, operational environment, stakeholder universe etc.) is what needs to be addressed in order to build an effective board.

Learning Contents

¾     Introduction to the role of the Board

¾     Directors Duties and Board Dynamics

¾     Board Processes and Board Dynamics

¾     Strategy and Direction – the purpose and vision of the organization

¾     Corporate Culture – the values upon which the vision runs

¾     Sustainability

¾     Risk Governance and Oversight

¾     Overseeing Legal Compliance

¾     Board Renewal.

Learning Outcome:-

¾     Exploring roles, duties, liabilities and responsibilities of board members to enhance board performance and effectiveness;

¾     Implementing strategic board leadership skills to foster successful strategy execution and performance;

¾     Ensuring compliance to the range of laws, rules, codes and standards relating to the role of the board;

¾     Enhancing decision-making that fully takes into account the wide range of legitimate material interests of the full variety of stakeholders;

¾ Maintaining good relations with shareholders through participatory management and effective communication;

¾   Overcoming challenges on dealing with conflict of interest in the boardroom to achieve organizational objectives;

¾    Fostering organizational dynamics to establish better communication between management and board members;

¾   Evaluating financial terms and concepts essential to board members to conserve the organization’s financial health;

¾     Reinforcing a culture of accountability and integrity through formulated policies;

¾     Examining the board’s role in corporate governance and compliance requirements;

¾     Managing board differences and influencing them to work towards a common goal.

 Target Audience:

Board Members, Chairpersons, Board Directors, Corporate Secretaries, CEOs, Directors and Senior Management Members

Date:  26th  to 28th February 2019           Venue:  ARUSHA

Course date: 26-02-2020 8:00 am
Course End Date: 28-02-2020 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited