Training is an investment for all involved: the learner and his/her organisation, the course developer, the trainer and the organisation sponsoring the training. Measuring the effectiveness of training efforts can both demonstrate the value of those resource investments and improve the quality of future training. Process evaluation and feedback during and at the end of each training focuses on how well the elements of the training were conducted, while outcome evaluation focuses on whether the training elicited desired results.
CSE capacity building initiative over the past decade and under the aegis of School of Water and Waste (SWW)– a unit established in 2018 combined together has 6000+ alumni – change makers, practitioners, regulators and managers involved in pushing for innovative polices principles, innovative technologies, and on ground implementation strategies which lay the foundations for a water and waste-prudent society. For details: https://www.cseindia.org/page/school-
During the launch of the SWW in 2018, a two-day planning meeting was held on May 21-22, 2018 in AAETI which was attended by several eminent national and international experts to deliberate upon conceptualising the School, and its courses, curricula and faculty. For details: https://www.cseindia.
Taking this agenda forward, a 3 days ‘Impact Workshop cum Master Class’ is being organized which is a part of the two-part series events to re-connect with alumni and resource persons for evaluation and assessment aimed to achieve higher outcomes of capacity building interventions. Proceedings of the first ‘Impact Workshop cum Master Class ‘of alumni held on 29th-30th June, 2020 can be accessed here - https://www.cseindia.org/
The format of the Impact workshop cum masterclass will be as follows:
Date: 11th August 2021
Timing: 9.30AM - 1.30PM
Theme: Sustainable Water Management
Date: 12th August 2021
Timing: 9.30AM - 1.30PM
Theme: Sanitation, Wastewater and Faecal Sludge/Septage Management
Date: 13th August 2021: Aspirational Talks by Invited Global and National Experts.
For registration click here!
If you are an Alumni of CSE –SWW or CSE institutional partner and interested to be a speaker at the Impact workshop to share your experience on above mentioned objectives, kindly submit a short abstract (max 500 words) of your presentation before 18th July, 2021 to the undersigned coordinators.
Ms. Nupur Srivastava (Theme – Sustainable Water Management)
Dr. Sumita Singhal (Theme–Sanitation Wastewater and FSM)
Dr. Suresh Kumar Rohilla
Senior Director, CSE
School of Water & Waste, AAETI
|Benefits of Participation|
|Alumni from Global South (India, Bangladesh, SriLanka, South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda, Ghana) who attended offsite and online trainings, workshops, knowledge conclave and field exposure visits under SWW at CSE|
|Moderators of the Workshop|
|Suresh Kumar Rohilla
Centre for Science and Environment,
(Academic Director, School of Water and Waste)
|Alumni Impact Stories from previous workshop|
|CSE workshop shines spotlight on ‘capacity-building’ for water conservation needs|
|Capacity building for water conservation needs: A young mind at work|
|How an urban planner undertook green recovery in Telangana’s 72 ULBs|
|How civil engineers lead lake rejuvenation in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka|
|An environment engineer shows how sanitation safety planning helped Kochi Municipal Corp|
|How to make citywide sanitation plans: Bangladesh man shows the way|
|Capacity building key to mainstreaming onsite sanitation management|
|How an environmental engineer used faecal sludge management to make his Telangana town clean|