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OVERVIEW:

Failures of oil and gas Governance can have far-reaching implications for the economy, social development and political stability. By the same token, good governance of the sector will increase national wealth, sustainable development and social stability. These benefits are more likely to be achieved if all stakeholders share an understanding of what good governance requires in practice.

This five day practical training aims to address key issues and discuss best practices that include Policy, Legal and Regulatory issues within the Oil and Gas sector and how Tanzania may benefit from Oil and Gas discoveries. This course employs a combination of instructor led sessions, case studies, group exercises, scenarios and discussions.

 OBJECTIVES:

·         Challenges and Opportunities

·         Attract the most qualified oil Companies

·         Oil and Gas production in Tanzania

·         International Policy and Regulatory Frameworks

·         Legislative Frameworks

·         State participation in the oil and gas sector

·         Barriers to the Deployment of Oil Recovery

·         Gain leverage for Governance reforms

·         Effective oil and gas Governance

TARGET AUDIENCE:

This training is designed for Board of Directors, Members of Government, State Owned Oil Companies, Regulators, Ministries or anyone in the Oil & Gas Industry interested in extractive industry Governance.

 

Date: 7th to 11th May, 2018                                    Venue: Arusha

Course date: 07-05-2018 8:30 am
Course End Date: 11-05-2018 4:30 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Purpose                               

The purpose of this course/workshop is to equip participants with knowledge and skills in the art of negotiation in order for them to be more effective in handling the frequent demands on top managers resulting from negotiations. The workshop treats negotiation as a complex process that requires the successful practitioner to develop and utilize a unique blend of perceptual, analytical, and inter-personal skills.

Workshop/ course content

The concept of the Workshop will cover:-

·         Definition of and rationale for strategic negotiations ;

·         Distinction between negotiation, arbitration, mediation and talks;

·         How to devise a negotiation strategy (8-step process);

·         Techniques to keep negotiation meetings moving;

·         Factors that lead to bottlenecks in strategic negotiations;

·         Personal negotiation styles, their advantages and disadvantages ; and

·         Factors to consider when developing a toolkit of strategic negotiation skills.

 Course/workshop delivery

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

Proposed duration and method:

The workshop is designed to last 25 hours in total. There will be five  hour sessions, one session a day, with emphasis on examples of real cases. In the five (5) days, the participants will be engaged in interactive learning, tackling topics which include the rationale of strategic negotiations; bottlenecks in strategic negotiations; techniques of negotiations; personal negotiation styles; and developing a toolkit for strategic negotiations.

Target group

The workshop outline targets Government and Agency Executive Officers; directors, assistant directors; senior and middle level managers including; and senior and middle level Legal Officers from all sectors as well as any others who expect to be part of good contracts negotiation teams.

Dates & time 7th  to 11th May, 2018

VENUE : TaGLA, IFM BLOCK “A”, DSM and TaGLA Office at AICC – Arusha.

COURSE FEE: TZS. 850,000/= per person

(to cover tuition fee, course material, access to the videoconference and multimedia rooms and light refreshments

 

 

 

 

Course date: 07-05-2018 9:00 am
Course End Date: 11-05-2018 3:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Workshop Overview:

The workshop will focus on planning and managing the budget with an intention of enabling on effective and efficient planning as well as implementation of the short and long term plans. The workshop also focus on helping pax to understand how/what/when to plan (activities) and managing the budget. Also to enable participants to be able to develop long and short term plans.

Workshop objectives:

·         Financial Objectives and Budgets

·         Performance Monitoring and Control

·         Understanding budgeting process

·         Effective management of financial resources

·         To provide technical support and guidance to participants in strategic

·         Operational planning processes

·         Facilitate the preparation of the sectional Programme

·         Budget allocations distributed by Budget Centers and source of financing

·         To manage the approved budgets in realization of organizational objectives

Workshop Outcome:

At the end of this workshop participants will be able to know the  various stages in the planning process, the all concept of budget, align it with strategic plan and operational plans, facilitate the preparation of budget and  able to manage the approved budgets in their organizations, support the performance, monitoring  and control of the budget, enable to understand how to use the planned budget to control expenditure; understand the benefit and limitations of budgets and budgetary control; the participants will be able to know the new methods of monitoring and evaluation of the budget.

Target Audience:

CEOs, Directors, Commissioners, Managers, Accountants, Chief Accountants, Planning Officers, Budget Committees, Project leaders and other Senior Officers working in the budgeting department in Governments.

Date: 14th to 18th May 2018                        Venue: Arusha

Course date: 14-05-2018 8:00 am
Course End Date: 18-05-2018 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Introduction                               

Over the past 10 years, the Government experienced various challenges in effective management of Human Resource and Payroll operations. Among the challenges include ineffective and outdated HR and Payroll business processes that led to delays in effecting changes on various personnel actions including promotions, transfer, pay and exit from the payroll. In response to these challenges, various reforms; aimed at reforming the business processes and putting in place effective systems and structures to manage Human Resource and Payroll were introduced.

In harnessing the opportunities provided by Information and Communications Technology, an integrated Human Resource and Payroll management system, known as Human Capital Management Information Systems- HCMIS was implemented as a tool for effective management of HR and Payroll in the Public Service.

Objectives of the Workshop

The objective of this workshop is :-

To empower employers and the government as a whole with correct and up-to-date HR and Payroll data and information of the employees they manage for effective decision making.
To ensure that new public servants are entered into the payroll and are paid timely.
To ensure that any personnel action to the public servants is effected accordingly and triggers salary changes promptly.
To ensure that all existing public service‘s HR and Payroll guidelines and procedures are always enforced during changes on employee status.
To eliminate the prolonged salary arrears problem in the Public Service.
To eliminate critical problems of ghost workers in the Public Service.

Course/workshop delivery

The program shall be delivered at Tanzania Global Learning Agency (TaGLA)’s premises. Each participant will have access to the system and practice in the real time. Participants shall be engaged through short interactive presentations, case studies, exercises and discussions.

 

Target group

The workshop outline targets Officers on Government institution and Agency Executive Officers; Human Resource Officer (HRO) and Administrative Officers (ADO) from Local government  and Independent Government Departments.

Proposed duration and method:

The workshop is designed to last 80 hours in total. The workshop will be provided in both theoretical and practical.

Dates & time: 14th 25th May, 2018

 

VENUE : TaGLA, IFM BLOCK “A”, 

 

Course date: 14-05-2018 8:00 am
Course End Date: 25-05-2018 4:00 pm
Capacity: Unlimited

Workshop Overview:

Most of Human Resource (HR) Reports are just narrative, activity based stories and do not measure and track the impact of HR on their business. By measuring and communicating the HR metrics to the Management on time, will help to clarify the questions they have, reduce their frustrations and concerns and demonstrate the value of HR in achieving the business objectives.

"Many CEOs believe that HR is not supporting the business agenda. This is because of the absence of HR metrics to measure both the Business and the HR Functions. Yet, People costs constitute more than 50% of organization expenses.“

Workshop highlights:-

 Linking Departmental Plans and Strategies to

       Organizational Strategies

       Criteria for selecting HR Metrics that matter

       Calculating HR Metrics available

       Tools and Technology Track Metrics

       What organizational leaders need to know

       About Metrics

Workshop Objective & Outcomes:-

Participants will be able to:

       Identify Metrics that measure efficiency, effectiveness and strategic execution.

       Examine the process for determining metrics that matter in Human Resources

       Understand the processes for linking HR to the organization's strategy

       Practice calculating metrics using formulas and sample data sets.

       Discuss the value of dashboards as tools to track

       Strategic execution.

       Discuss effective techniques of data reporting so that

       Management can use the Information to take better/appropriate decisions.

Methodology:

Short lectures using PowerPoint presentations, interactive discussions, problem-solving exercises, group activity and presentations and case studies.

Target audience:

HR Directors, Managers, Line Managers, HRBPs, Finance and Administrator, General HR Practitioners and Administrator, HRs, Senior officials, PA and Officers.

Dates: 14 to 18 May, 2018

 

Venue: Mwanza 

 

Course date: 14-05-2018 8:30 am
Course End Date: 18-05-2018 4:30 pm
Capacity: Unlimited