At the end of the training course, participants should be able to:
- Identify the causes of project failure
- Know and apply existing strategies for inducing and managing changes
- Propose alternative methods for pursuing integrated rural development, innovation agricultural modernization;
- Impact on the lives of the rural masses.
The contents of the course, among others, are as follows:
- Concept and scope of rural/urban development
- Introduction to programme management
- Project negotiation and implementation
- Project monitoring and evaluation
- Community mobilization and evaluation
- Community project/resource management
- Report writing
- Customer service delivery.
The course is designed for all project workers at the federal, state and local government levels, as well as the public, private and public government organizations (NGOs). Those eligible to attend in the public sector include, social welfare officer’s cultural officer’s agricultural/rural development officers in the local government.