Institutional Capacity Building Training Delivered In İzmir

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07 September 2016

Institutional Capacity Building Training Delivered In İzmir.
Şanlıurfa training sessions will be delivered.

DESİP Institutional Capacity Building Training Delivery to Implement Inclusive Public Employment Policies is conducted in 5-7 September 2016, in İzmir.

In the scope of DESİP- Technical Assistance to Improve Social Integration and Employment of Disadvantaged People, training deliveries intended to non-governmental organisations (NGOs) active in field of social inclusion are ongoing.

The two training modules are delivered in İzmir Ege Palas Hotel- first in 22-24 August and second in 5-7 September.

With this training, it is envisaged to promote participation to policy making processes regarding employability and social inclusion of disadvantaged groups, as well as institutional capacity building.

The 2nd Module of the program consists of: Principles of Institutional Capacit Building; Project Cycle Management; and Necessary Skills and Basic Qualifications for Instituional Capacity Building Of NGOs. Besides, information on EU Grant Schemes; researching, screening and evaluation of call for EU Grant Schemes; EU Grant Scheme application process and its phases will be illustrated.

Assistant Professor Handan Kumaş, Handan Öztürk, Işıl Kurnaz and Sertaç Işık are the trainers to the training program.

After the training delivery in İzmir, DESİP Institutional Capacity Building Training Delivery to Implement Inclusive Public Employment Policies will continue in Şanlıurfa province in two seperate modules- first in 26-28 September and second on October.

PROJECT IDENTITY

DESİP Project, where Human Resources Development Operating Structure is the Contracting Authority and Ministry of Labour and Social Security is the Beneficiary, is being implemented by the consortium led by Niras IC Sp. Z.o.o

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CONTACT

Ministry of Labour and Social Security
İnönü Bulvarı 42 • Emek, 06520, Ankara
Phone: +90 (312) 296 76 78
desip@desip.org