WACSI equips KAIPTC staff with robust operational skills
33 senior staff of the Koffi Annan International peace Keeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) are currently undergoing a five day skills enhancement training in Accra, Ghana, in the areas of report writing, resource mobilisation and proposal writing.
The training, organised by WACSI commenced on Monday, June 18 and will end on Friday June 22, 2012.As a leading capacity building Institute in West Africa, WACSI was solicited by KAIPTC to refresh the report writing, resource mobilisation and proposal writing knowledge.
The five day training will equip the participating KAIPTC staff with robust skills that will enhance their overall operational efficiencies and effectiveness.
Participants expressed high expectations from the training.They hope to learn new and better techniques of reporting their activities and to acquire new knowledge and skills of writing winning proposals.
As a regional training hub of high calibre, WACSI provides its capacity building services to better equip civil society practitioners and their organisations with competencies that aim at ameliorating their work.
Between January and June 2012, the Institute has conducted 10 trainings that addressed different topical issues that seek to enhance the skills of civil society practitioners in West Africa.These trainings have benefitted IBIS programme partners in Tamale and Accra, KAIPTC staff, WACSI staff and multidimensional peace suport personnel among other civil society practitioners from ten of the fifteen countries in West Africa.
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