Earthquake Safe Communities in Nepal

One more Edition of Training for Instructors (TFI) Begins !

One more edition of Training for Instructors (TFI) course has begun under Baliyo Ghar Program, a technical assistance program supported by USAID and implemented by NSET. Altogether, 28 participants; Engineers and Social Development Officers engaged in post-earthquake activities are joining the 5-days course. The course will run till 16th March, 2018 at TEWA, Dhapakhel, Lalitpur. This is the 3rd series of TFI under BaliyoGhar Program and 2 more such trainings will be conducted during the life of Program.

Among the participants, 20 are from NSET programs, 2 from Housing Reconstruction and Recovery Platform (HRRP), 3 from Earthquake Safety Solutions (ESS), 1 each from Kageshwori Manohara Municipality, Kathmandu and Bhimeshwor Muncipality, Dolakha and Architect Sans Frontier (ASF).

TFI is a rigorous 5-day instructor development course. The purpose of the course is to provide the participants with a training methodology and specific personal skills that will assist them in improving their knowledge and skills to develop, present and manage effective training programs.

Dr. Kulesh Thapa, Retired Deputy Inspector General of Nepal Police and Medical Director of Nepal Ambulance Service is present in the training as Course Monitor. 

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