Date: January 21-22, 2021
Organised by School of Water and Waste at AAETI, Nimli (Rajasthan) India
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.
The School of Water and Waste (SWW), unit of Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is a capacity building initiative that aims to establish policy principles, innovative technologies, and implementation strategies for city wide water and sanitation management, which lay the foundations for a water and waste-prudent society. For details: https://www.cseindia.org/page/school-waterwaste.
The first ‘Impact Workshop cum Master Class’ of alumni was held on 29-30th June and was an extremely successful event. This event showcased success stories shared by CSE Alumni – aiming how the CSE’s learnings have been translated into action.
The proceedings of this workshop can be find here. https://www.cseindia.org/online-impact-workshop-cum-master-class-10189
This ‘Impact Workshop cum Master Class’ is the second in series of its measures used for evaluation and assessments as core strategy to achieve higher outcomes of the capacity building interventions.
The workshop aims to bring together the SWW alumni – participants of various short-term residential trainings (including online trainings/webinar), workshops, knowledge conclave and field exposure visits as follows:
Date: 21st January 2021 (11:00-1:30 pm)
Date: 22nd January 2020 (11:00-1:30 pm)
Theme: Wastewater and Faecal Sludge/Septage Management
Each workshop session will include 8-10 presentations (10-12 minutes each) - power point/video or oral presentation with stories about the progress on individual/institutional action plan. The presentation is expected to focus on how the enhanced knowledge and skills during training have been used to plan/design, implement case studies/project, policy reform or other enabling frameworks – guidelines/advisory etc. or report on workshop/seminar for sensitisation or training or teaching module/studio exercise (if any) to build community of practitioners.
The presentation session will be followed with Q&A session and discussion on next steps
Top 3 impactful alumni stories will get a full fellowship to attend a 3 day residential training cum knowledge conclave at AAETI for Water Leaders/ Fellows Training In 2020-21.
All alumni selected for presentation in Impact workshop will get a complimentary copy of Survey of India’s Environment 2020 (e-book) latest publication of DTE.
In case you are the alumni who is interested to be a speaker at the impact workshop and would like to share your particular experience on above mentioned objectives, please submit a short abstract of your presentation before 25th December, 2020 to the following workshop coordinators:
Ms. Shivali Jainer (Workshop – Water)
Dr. Sumita Singhal (Workshop – Sanitation and FSSM)
Dr. Suresh Kumar Rohilla
Senior Director, CSE
School of Water & Waste, AAETI
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