Training of Trainers (ToT)

Training of Trainers (ToT)

Description

ToT will be carried out in the partner countries to ensure actively attendance and also to reduce the costs. Equal opportunity, gender balance issues, is mostly controlled in the project.Two training sessions will be held: one in Uzbekistan and one in Kyrgyzstan. ToT will be organized together with the dissemination workshops and setting up e-learning systems. This is for effective cost management of the project.

Related assumptions and risks

After the development of the innovative and blended courses, teachers in the partner universities and associate partners will be trained. This work package improves teaching skills capacity of teachers and also guaranties lifelong learning and continuous  education. ToT for courses will be organized in two ways:
a) ToT by EU participant universities for partner universities.
b) ToT by partner universities for other universities in the region (later and upon agreement between them).
– After the development of the internet-based information Management System for Environmental Protection and disaster risk management (iMSEP), a ToT is required for partner universities to be able to support stakeholders.
– Partner universities need detailed information about Bologna process and its advantages, to be able to convince HEIs in the region to use the framework.
– A minor risk might be relevant to the language skills of local attendees in ToT. Some teachers at the partner universities do not speak English well. It may be difficult to communicate with them. This is a small risk, since participants from Vilnius Gediminas Technical University speak Russian. There are also English speaking teachers in the partner universities who will be invited to help with translation (note that technical language is also required).

Tasks

– Generate a layout for professional information.
– Present Work Packages (WP) and responsibilities.
– Present the overall needs and regional priorities and detailed planning for requirement analysis for the development of courses.
– Discuss the overall data and functionality needed for the development of iMSEP.
– Present the overall e-learning situation at the partner universities.
– Present the available alumni capacity in the region and EU.
– Organizing the Steering Committee and selecting of the members.
– Organizing the Quality Control group and selecting of the members.
– Formulate a MoU/MoA.

Description

ToT will be carried out in the partner countries to ensure actively attendance and also to reduce the costs. Equal opportunity, gender balance issues, is mostly controlled in the project.Two training sessions will be held: one in Uzbekistan and one in Kyrgyzstan. ToT will be organized together with the dissemination workshops and setting up e-learning systems. This is for effective cost management of the project.

Related assumptions and risks

After the development of the innovative and blended courses, teachers in the partner universities and associate partners will be trained. This work package improves teaching skills capacity of teachers and also guaranties lifelong learning and continuous  education. ToT for courses will be organized in two ways:
a) ToT by EU participant universities for partner universities.
b) ToT by partner universities for other universities in the region (later and upon agreement between them).
– After the development of the internet-based information Management System for Environmental Protection and disaster risk management (iMSEP), a ToT is required for partner universities to be able to support stakeholders.
– Partner universities need detailed information about Bologna process and its advantages, to be able to convince HEIs in the region to use the framework.
– A minor risk might be relevant to the language skills of local attendees in ToT. Some teachers at the partner universities do not speak English well. It may be difficult to communicate with them. This is a small risk, since participants from Vilnius Gediminas Technical University speak Russian. There are also English speaking teachers in the partner universities who will be invited to help with translation (note that technical language is also required).

Tasks

– Generate a layout for professional information.
– Present Work Packages (WP) and responsibilities.
– Present the overall needs and regional priorities and detailed planning for requirement analysis for the development of courses.
– Discuss the overall data and functionality needed for the development of iMSEP.
– Present the overall e-learning situation at the partner universities.
– Present the available alumni capacity in the region and EU.
– Organizing the Steering Committee and selecting of the members.
– Organizing the Quality Control group and selecting of the members.
– Formulate a MoU/MoA.

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