Training & Capacity Building
Training and capacity building is instrumental to the growth of any economy.
T&H generates training modules and syllabus to satisfy our client needs for inhouse training, seminars and workshops.
Our target countries include Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi and Mozambique. Where interpreters are required to translate material into local dialect during training such as French, Kiwahili, Armaric and Banyarwanda, necessary arrangements are made.
Some of our products include:
Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance Planning (PFP), Project Management, Evaluation and Monitoring, Leadership, Environmental conservation & management, First aid, Sign Language for the Deaf and finally, Micro finance.
This product targets potential and existing Small and Medium sized Entrepreneurs (SMEs). It touches on basic accounting skills, minimal book keeping skills, basic information on Kenya’s government license and tax regulations to ensure compliance (as ignorance is not a defense), simple profit and loss generation. Participants may be engaged in budget planning, cashflow projections, stock taking principles on an intermediate level. The expansion or summarization of topics is dependent on factors such as time and terms of contract with our client.
Personal Finance Planning (PFP)
How often do individuals plan their spending, saving and investments?
It affects the employed and unemployed. For instance, 60% of the world’s working population encounters PFP problems during their lifetime.
Poor or sheer lack of PFP has been proven to cause salary dissatisfaction (regardless of income bracket), create disputes between spouses and in some instances has been linked to theft and fraudulent transactions in workplaces. These behavioral characteristics cause low morale and high staff turnover – unfavorable situations for an employer’s performance maximization efforts.
T&H has developed ten basic principles that equip seminar participants with tools that aid in changing spending habits, adjusting lifestyles, improving savings cycles and assisting with relevant investment options.
The project aims to empower the participants on project management principles and functions to an intermediate level of understanding. The intention of this seminar would be to improve participants’ skills of planning, organizing and managing available resources to bring out the successful completion of specific project goals and objective.
Evaluation and Monitoring
Our training aims to build capacity of the participants on the ten steps and processes of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) amongst other subtopics.
To empower the participants on result based M&E as a component of the project planning and implementation process, monitoring tools, methods and procedures. They will also receive training on evaluation types and models. And finally, evaluation planning design and implementation exercises shall be conducted.
The training intends to build upon leadership styles, skills, vision development, delegation together with related subtopics. And to enrich participants with leadership styles, goal setting skills, identify problem solving emotional quotient (E.Q.), delegation, integrity, anger management, motivation skills and leadership challenges.
Environmental conservation & management
T&H is keen on the environment. We have a dedicated team of consultants lead by Dr. Stanley Mwangi, a PhD holder in Agroforestry studies and certified by National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA) as a Lead Assessor to conduct impact assessment projects in Kenya.
Dr. S.M. Wokabi has over 35 years experience in soil, crop and environment research and is a soil conservation specialist who has worked with governments and institutions in countries such as Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Holland, Spain, Brazil and Japan amongst others.
We are capable of training groups and teams of individuals on environmental related studies such as tree selection, tree planting and management, fish pond management, soil erosion and conservation and related subjects.
This course is recognized as an effective development intervention that enhances access to financial services by low –income individuals. This course has received high rating from participants and become popular in many countries.
Sign language for the deaf
Sign language is a form of communication used by non-deaf, partially deaf or completely deaf individuals to communicate. It involves the use of hands, palms and fingers to spell the alpabet, numbers, alphanumeric numbers or gesture part sentences in form of symbols to pass the message.
The deaf are one of the most marginalized groups of persons in any community worldwide. We at T&H have previously engaged in projects to train hearing persons to learn this language.This aides them in learning to communicate with either their deaf employment colleagues (where an employer has provided equal employment opportunities -such as Oserian flowers ltd in Naivasha, Kenya) or as parents, siblings or extended family of a deaf family member. It is a simple language to learn and only requires commitment.
We have been approached by organizations who wish to have their staff members train on sign language for general knowledge purposes. You can too.
The central and local governments are becoming more adamant about safety in the work place.This includes introduction of fire license regulations and mandatory first aid box requirements. These gadets and equipments are of no use without provision of basic training of employees to handle simple or intermediate injury cases whenever they occure. We offer these workshops.
Other training seminars we offer include Staff motivation and team building activities.
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