Environmental and Social Safeguards (Batch II)

AIT Extension is hosting a professional development program on “Environmental and Social Safeguards” for Engineers and Administrators from the Ministry of Local Development (MoLD), Government of Nepal (17 – 25 May, 2010). Organized for the second time, this one week training program is designed specially for the government officials who are engaged in “Rural Accessibility Improvement and Decentralization Project (RAIDP)”. The RAIDP project is carried out by the Department of Local Infrastructure Development and Agricultural Roads (DoLIDAR) under the MoLD, Government of Nepal. Read more »

Construction Management Experience to Next Level: 10 – 21 May, 2010

Public Sector Capacity Building Unit, AIT Extension, in conjunction with the Punjab Resource Management Program (PRMP), Government of Punjab, Pakistan is hosting a 2 weeks training program on "Construction Management" at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok, Thailand. 26 Senior Government Officials and Engineers from various departments such as: Irrigation and Power; Communications and Works; Housing and Urban Development; and Planning and Development will be attending this tailor made program. This special course on Construction Management will follow the completion of third similar programs developed for the Pakistani Government Engineers and Managers. Read more »

AIT Extension in conjunction with UNICEF is hosting a Series of Short Courses to Support Public Sector Capacity Building Program for Iraqi Government

105 Iraqi government officials are expected to participate in AIT Extension’s short courses from May 2010

AIT Extension is preparing to implement eight (8) customized training programs for personnel of the General Directorate of Human Resources (GDHR) under the Ministry of Municipalities & Public Works (MMPW), Iraq. GDHR has a huge responsibilty on personnel welfare and human resource development of Iraq. Read more »

HRM Training Aims to Further Improve the Efficiency and Effectiveness of the HR Systems in Bangladesh

The senior- and middle level-management officials of the Titas Gas T & D Co. Ltd. will participate in a two-week training on Human Resources Management on 26 April – 7 May 2010.  This capacity—building program aims to assist in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the HR systems in Bangladesh Titas Gas T & D Co. Ltd. and to help participants gain insight into new ideas and trends in HR.  It focuses on the broad development processes of people as resources unto themselves, as well as to groups, organizations, and the broader culture. Read more »

Hospital Management in Tertiary Health Care 26 April – 7 May, 2010

Public Sector Capacity Building Unit, AIT Extension, in conjunction with the Punjab Resource Management Program (PRMP), Government of Punjab, Pakistan is hosting a 2 weeks training program on "Hospital Management in Tertiary Health Care" at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok, Thailand.18 member delegation of senior government officials and administrators from public health institutions and various government hospitals of Punjab will attend this special program. Read more »

Project Management and Application of ICT: Study visits in two countries (Thailand and Indonesia) 28 April – 8 May, 2010

AIT Extension is hosting a two weeks customized training program on “Project Management and Application of ICT” (Thailand and Indonesia). Eight Government officials from Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development & Cooperatives, Bangladesh are expected to attend this program. Read more »

AIT Extension to host “Training of Trainers” program for officials of Administrative Training Institute, Karnataka, India (19 - 23 April)

10 educators and senior officials from Administrative Training Institute, Mysore, India will visit Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok, Thailand to attend a one week professional course on “Training of Trainers”.

The objective of this one-week intensive customized course is to bring the trainer’s competencies at a higher level with the opportunity to deepen their understanding on the ideas and principles of a competitive performance and thus, develop the skills to pass the knowledge gained to future generations. Read more »

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