Dates: January 21 – 23, 2016
Bala Vikasa People Development Training Center (BVPDTC) is pleased to organize three day Capacity Building Program on “Neuro Linguistic Programming” NLP from 21-23 January, 2016 at Bala Vikasa PDTC, Warangal, Telangana, India.
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a powerful tool for self-discovery, communications and personality development which will unlock your potential, improve your relationships and realize your dreams.
NLP teaches us how to motivate ourselves and others to change our behavior to achieve excellence in any endeavor. It teaches us to generate new possibilities and opportunities in life and to understand our conscious and unconscious mind, the treasure house of unlimited power that could be accessed in need.
- Accessing personal strengths and resources
- Empowering beliefs, tools and techniques of NLP
- Creating your own personal state of excellence
- Changing unwanted behaviors into positive ways at conscious and unconscious levels
- Four rules for achieving success
- Learning to establish rapport with other people
- Developing linguistic habits for positive pictures
- Sharpening your 5 senses to understand the world around you
Training Methodology: The emphasis would be on participatory learning methods. The training will be imparted through lecture-cum-discussion, simulation exercises, demonstration, brain storming exercises, group discussion as well as audiovisual films.
Who should attend?
- Professionals from corporate and nonprofit sectors
- Community Based Organizations
- Civil Society organizations
- Development students
- CSR departments
Program Cost: The total program cost is Rs.5000. But in order to encourage and support NGO’s we are providing 50% scholarship. You are requested to pay only Rs.2500 towards Registration and program fee. This amount should be sent by DD drawn in favour of “Bala Vikasa People Development Training Centre” and dispatch the same by post / courier.
Application: Please fill the attached application form and send it to [email protected] to register for this training.
Tropical Health & Education Trust (THET) invites health partnership community to apply for additional health partnership project grants to conduct projects strengthening the capacity of the developing country’s health services.
The grants form part of the Health Partnership Scheme (HPS), a six-year programme that funds health partnerships to carry out training and capacity-building projects in low- and middle-income countries. The Scheme is funded by the UK Department for International Development and managed by THET.
This funding opportunity is to offer a further round of additional support to the health partnership community
- Applications must be made by established Health Partnerships; projects must be operating within low- or middle-income countries.
- Applicant must be eligible UK and low-income country health institution.
- UK institution must be formally recognized as a health, education, regulatory or healthcare delivery institution to be eligible for the grant.
- NGOs are not eligible as overseas partner institutions unless they are an overseas not-for-profit clinic or hospital.
- UK partners will be responsible for signing the grant contract and overall delivery and reporting of the project.
- Letters of support from each institution must be submitted along with the application.
Applications must be submitted via email by the deadline.
For more information, please visit the link here.
The Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Chennai is organizing a Capacity Building workshop for Women Managers in Higher Education, exclusively for SC Women of the Western region, , i.e. Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Goa, MP and Diu & Daman.
The program is based on the earlier UGC module for women in general, and revisits the crucial role of Women Managers in ascertaining women’s access to justice, leadership and women’s rights.
The Centre for Life Long Learning, Tata Institute of Social Sciences is entrusted with the responsibility of organizing the workshop in Mumbai from March 15 to 20, 2015. A Registration fee of Rs. 1000/- will be charged to participants selected.
Apply for the workshop at [email protected]
Date: October 30, 2014
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Nonprofit professionals today have extraordinary opportunities at their fingertips to connect with resources that extend far past their location. However, with this rapid growth, it is critical to stay in tune with all the new developments. As Web 2.0 evolves into Web 3.0, a lack of knowledge on of the basic social media landscape and its applications can waste valuable time and money.
This interactive web-based seminar aims to inform managers and fundraisers on using social media to increase visibility and raise funds through an introduction to the basics of social media and its applications.
Who should attend?
This course is ideally suited to nonprofit professionals who want to build their capacity through increased understanding of communications and social media- Executive Directors/NGO managers who are responsible for communications and individuals who want to develop their professional skills and effectiveness.
The course will be delivered entirely through the internet. You only need to have a computer, high-speed internet connection and a headphone. Participants from any part of the world can attend it.
The course will consist of a 60 minute presentation where you will see the slides and hear the trainer, followed by a 30 minute Q&A session during which your questions will be answered by the trainer in real time. This course is supported by extensive additional materials for participants to use after the course, including access to the webinar presentation, webinar slides, and training materials.
To register your participation for the webinar, please visit the link here.
TechCamp Bengaluru – Empowering social sector leaders with the technological resources to make impactful change
Over 50 leaders from the social sector and over 30 technology experts, journalists and university students from across the state of Karnataka came together for TechCamp Bengaluru on February 28, 2014. The event, organized by the U.S. Consulate General, Chennai and Samhita Social Ventures, sought to empower them with new and emerging technology resources to help them solve real world challenges and build digital capacity.
The keynote speech was delivered by Mr. Aravind Sitaraman, the President of Inclusive Growth at Cisco, who is a key proponent of using technology to address the many challenges that society faces. He stressed that technology will help developing nations leapfrog developed countries. However, the real challenge of the day was reaching out to remote areas and ensuring lasting impact in those areas. Speaking on the effective use of technology to maximize impact, he said, ‘Building a technological solution isn’t enough. It is necessary to build an ecosystem around it. To reach the masses, technology must be made keeping in mind computer literacy and local languages.’
The session that followed was a panel discussion on ‘Using Technology Effectively’. The panel was moderated by Ms. Archana Sahay of Cisco and consisted of Mr. Shridhar Venkat, Executive Director at the Akshaya Patra Foundation, Mr. Mahantesh GK, Founder and Managing Trustee of the Samarthanam Foundation, Mr. Gunjan Patel, CSR head at SAP Labs India and Mr. Manickavelu M, Program Director at Mindtree Foundation.
The delegates were then broken up into 4 groups and proceeded to separate sessions with trainers who have expertise in both technology and nonprofits. The themes of the breakout sessions were as follows:
- Effective Branding & Fundraising conducted by Shrinath V, who has worked with companies such as Nokia and Motorola and is now a product consultant
- Networking & Data Gathering conducted by Nisha Thompson of DataMeet
- Crowdsourcing platforms conducted by Sajjad Anwar, a hacktivist and programmer
- Aggregating & Optimizing Data by Praveen Selvasekaran, founder of SimpleTechLife
The breakout sessions sought to enable participants to engage with technology experts in order to collaborate and find solutions to problems they are trying to address.
The highlight of the day was the address by Ms. Jennifer McIntyre, the Consul General of the U.S. Consulate General, Chennai, who also emphasized on the effective use of digital tools to address social challenges, especially spearheaded by students and youth leaders.
About the TechCamp movement
TechCamp Bengaluru 2014 is the latest in a series of such technology training camps being conducted across the world as part of former US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton’s Civil Society 2.0 initiative. Past camps were conducted in Mumbai as well as in countries like Israel and Kazakhstan. The effort aims to galvanize the technology community across the globe to assist NGOs by providing capabilities, resources and assistance to enable them to harness the latest Information and Communication Technology advances to build their digital capacity.
TechCamps bring together technologists and CSOs in a particular country or region to brainstorm on challenges they currently face in their communities. These groups work together to develop real time solutions to address these challenges. After a TechCamp event is over and problems have been identified, CSOs are connected to global networks of technologists, sponsors and digital volunteers interested in helping implement solutions.
Samhita’s role in TechCamp Bengaluru
Samhita was a key organizer of TechCamp Mumbai 2013 along with the U.S. Consulate General, Mumbai. Furthering their link with TechCamp, Samhita joined in as the implementation partner of TechCamp Bengaluru. Samhita had the responsibility of identifying NGOs, conceptualizing the event, identifying technological solutions for various challenges that social organizations face, as well as overall outreach and managing the event.