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VIDEO CONFERENCE TRAINING

Video Conference (VC) Training or Video Conference Based Training are training offered/delivered by the means of video technologies, where there might be several classes within Tanzania or around the world and the facilitator could be either in one of the participating site or anywhere else.

The advantage of this mode of delivery is, first access to experts in the subject matter but second is the experience sharing among the wide clientele and diverse of the participants. 

Purpose

The concept and practice of policy formulation, implementation and analysis are intricately integral parts to any nation’s development.  Indeed it’s the nature and kind of policies developed and implemented that determine the face of development of all nation states. Nations in the world that made tremendous steps in development were guided by diligent policy initiatives. One such example is the Marshall plan in America’s history that turned around a country that was on the brink of collapse because of inflation.  

The preceding hence underscores the importance of developing the capacities of senior government officials to acquire skills, capacities, aptitudes and competencies in the public policy process.

The practical nature of the policy process a-priori demands an approach that engages hands on learning and this is how the need is configured. 

Course Contents

  • The concept of policy
  • Steps in policy formulation
  • Models of policy formulation and implementation
  • Case studies in policy formulation in Africa
  • Inter-sector policy formulation and implementation
  • Policy implementation process
  • Models in policy analysis
  • Policy monitoring and evaluation

Program Delivery

The program shall be delivered in real time Video Conferencing through the Kenya School of Government eLearning Development Institute. Participants shall be engaged through short interactive presentations, case studies, exercises and discussions. Each module shall take 3 hours of interaction and feedback.

Target participants

Managers in the public sector, Central Ministries and Regional Administration, Heads of Administration, or similar at District Level, relevant personnel in Civil and Non Governmental Organization who are liable to contribute in the policies formulation and usage.

Dates: 6th to 10th May, 2019

Time:     9:00am– 15:00 pm

Venue: TaGLA Office in Dar Es Salaam, IFM BLOCK “A”, and Arusha at AICC.

Course date: 08-04-2019 9:00 am
Course End Date: 10-05-2019 1:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Description: -

Managing today’s local authorities requires sophisticated approaches that involve speed, creative decision making and versatility with the changing management practices. Approaches to local authorities management are changing rapidly that individuals who succeed are those who keep updating their own knowledge, skills and attitudes without assuming that they know it all.  Today, it is increasingly accepted that governments’ authorities are facing competition just like the private sector hence the importance of training and retraining has equally become critical in management of local authorities.  However, training has to be in relevant areas that affect performance of both public and private sector managers.  This course of managing the 21st century local authorities is therefore important for such managers.

Workshop Objective: -

The Programme is intended to enhance Senior and Mid Level Officers in government Ministries, Departments and Agencies, Local governments, CBO’s and private sector involved in administration of or dealing with local authority projects and programs develop new skills and attitudes required in managing effectively the local government authorities.

 

 

Methodology and Duration of the Program

The program shall be delivered in real time Video Conferencing through the  TaGLA and Uganda Management Institute . Participants shall be engaged through short interactive presentations, case studies, exercises and discussions. Each module shall take 3 hours of interaction and feedback.

 

Date: 15-19 Aprili  2019

 

Targeting audience: Senior and middle level managers in government ministries and departments, local governments, CBOs, and private sector involved in administration of or dealing with local authority projects and programmes.

 

Locations/Venue: Dar Es Salaam

Course date: 15-04-2019 9:00 am
Course End Date: 18-04-2019 1:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

RATIONALE

Women face unique challenges for success. It is a fact that in many developing countries culture and social conditioning has not enabled women to unleash their full potential especially in leadership roles. Today in a world environment that is becoming increasingly globalised, uncertain and unpredictable, the importance of effective leadership cannot be ignored. Women are now entering the work place in unprecedented numbers and now beginning to hold high executive and leadership positions in all sectors.

This workshop is designed to equip women leaders with the skills needed to think and behave strategically. It focuses on understanding organizational culture, developing organizational savvy and examining the sources of power to lead change initiatives. It includes lessons from successful women, discussions of values, assumptions and leadership behaviors and the ingredients of transformational leadership.

Apart from unlearning the traditional mindsets and social conditioning, women leaders also need to empower other women to continuously improve and push the limits that have been placed on their full participation in the workplace. Women need to know that they can be very effective in the higher levels of leadership and have to appreciate that they are good at what they do, and that their greatest opportunity is that they can choose what they want to be, only by investing in the necessary core competencies, attitude and skills.

OBJECTIVES

Participants will be able to:-

       To enhance knowledge and understanding of leadership and strategic management in view of  the new challenges leaders face today;

       To explore the different managerial and leadership styles, personal values and uses of power in the organization;

       To examine their own leadership skill-set necessary for enhancement to be more effective strategically and operationally;

       To  understand the significance of relationship management  and networking skills in order to be an effective leader, handle better some of the special challenges facing women in leadership roles;

       To recognize self-limiting behaviors and attitudes and act with more confidence and self-belief;

       To be aware of the impact of  inspiring vision  and relating it to the moment s of truth in delivering service;

       To apply techniques for increasing  their visibility and impact;

       To create support to sustain their progress beyond the course.

 

Date:    6th to 10th May 2019                        Venue: Arusha, Tanzania

Duration and Method

5 days. Alternation of short “theory” sequences with group discussions/presentations, role-plays, dialogues and exciting activities.

Target Audience:

 Top Women Executives, Directors, Managers and Senior Officers in leadership position and those being groomed to take leadership roles.

 

Course date: 06-05-2019 8:00 am
Course End Date: 10-05-2019 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Course Description:

The course is designed to demystify financial information and help enhance effectiveness in decision making. It intends to equip non-finance managers with the necessary skills and techniques of accounting and finance related issues in order to enable them contribute effectively and efficiently to the accomplishment of organizational objectives. Participants will emerge from the course with an understanding of the content of financial statements, how to analyze and interpret financial data, the importance of cash flow and matching budgets to realistic targets and explore how to accurately evaluate capital expenditure.

At the end of the course participants are expected to:

1. Understand basic accounting principles and financial management

2. Read and Understand financial statements

3. Learn to read and analyze a set of organization’s accounts;

4. Apply the information in financial statements in decision making and in control of their operations activities

5. Evaluate business proposals and projects

6. Understand modern budgeting and budgetary control approaches.

7. Analyze and Interpret financial statements

8. Integrate your strategic direction into your budgets and use it as a tool for measuring and managing performance;

 Proposed Duration and Method:

The course is designed to last 15 hours in total. It will run for five days, three hour per sessions, one session a day, with emphasis on real cases – examples of real cases.

 

Target Audience: Non Finance Executives,  Managers, Senior Officers  and individuals from both the Public and Private sectors who wish to develop a financial toolkit to complement their existing professional or technical skills.

 

Course date: 06-05-2019 9:00 am
Course End Date: 10-05-2019 1:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

 Background information

Understanding leadership challenges for women leaders will greatly aid organizations to increase women along the corporate ladder. Women, men, and organizations can work together to improve women participation levels throughout the corporate hierarchy. As more and more women continue to enter in the business world and experience the obstacles and elements that men do not face, solutions to these hurdles must be found. We hope that this study is part of the solution.

Course Overview and Description:

Despite greatly increased representation across all sectors and in a wide variety of industries, women still face particular challenges when aspiring to leadership roles in their organizations. This workshop builds on research that identifies the key factors that have proved vital to successful women leaders. It aims to help women develop both their inner confidence to realize their career potential and practical skills required to lead themselves and others effectively. It is a tailor made course that will provide room for sharing and exchange of experiences with other women from Ghana, Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia. It will be run through videoconferencing.

 Expected Outcomes:

  • Handle better some of the special challenges facing women in leadership roles
  • Recognize self-limiting behaviors and attitudes and act with more confidence

·       Articulate an inspiring vision

  • Apply techniques for increasing your visibility and impact at work
  • Assert yourself and influence others more effectively
  • Create Support to sustain your progress beyond the course

Who Should Attend?

Women who have the potential to take senior roles in their organizations and who would welcome the opportunity to develop their confidence and leadership skills in the uniquely supportive atmosphere of women’s development course.

 Venue:    TaGLA, IFM, Shabaan Robert,  Block A,

 Fee:         850,000/=Tshs (Eight Hundred  Fifty Thousand Only)

 Date and Time:  4th to 8th March 2019

Course date: 20-05-2019 9:00 am
Course End Date: 24-05-2019 1:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited