Professional Development Program on: Procurement Management, 15th – 27th July 2016

This is a 12 days Customized Professional Development Program on Procurement Management is prepared for 6 Senior Officials from Project for Agriculture Commercialization and Trade (PACT), Ministry of Agriculture Development (MoAD), Government of Nepal. Read more »



Summer Training Program on “Aquaculture Development & Aquatic Resources Management in South & Southeast Asia” 10th -30th July 2016

This is a three week Summer Training Program on “Aquaculture Development & Aquatic Resources Management in South & Southeast Asia”,  10th -30th July 2016 to be held in Bangkok.

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International Exposure Program on Financing of MSMEs, 22nd-29th June

The Asian Institute of Technology is organizing an International Program on Financing of MSMEs on 22 – 29 June 2016. Read more »



Vehicle Emission Testing and Management – Batch IV, 27 June – 1 July 2016

This one week customized training program on Vehicle Emission Testing and Management (Batch 4) is prepared for the professionals of the Department of Motor Traffic, Government of Sri Lanka. Read more »



Professional development program on Corporate innovation, 20th June – 01 July 2016

This two-week course is designed for officials responsible in assisting and contributing to the administrative functions on daily basis of Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company Limited.   Read more »



Training program on “Human Resource Management – Batch 2”, 13-24 June 2016

The 14 days program on “Human Resource Management” is organised in response to a request from Dhaka Electricity Supply Company limited (DESCO). The program is designed to meet the current and future need of officers involved in the human resource management of Dhaka Electric Supply Company Limited. The modules are oriented to the needs of the power distribution companies.

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Vehicle Emission Testing and Management – Batch 3, 6th-10th June 2016

This one week program is to facilitate a better understanding of factors affecting vehicular emissions, comprehend knowledge-based reference tools, and to analyze the potential to reduce local emissions, and improve fuel or energy efficiency of selected technical alternatives of interest to reduce emission. It is expected that the participants will be able to comprehend and apply the tools to assist decision makers in developing urban emission action plans that reflect the political, social, and economic implementation realities of developing countries. Read more »



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