Uzbekistan: University of World Economy and Diplomacy
30 March – 10 April 2009
In the context of initiated joint work with the higher educational establishments, the is a growing demand in enlarging knowledge and skills of teachers of the higher educational institutions in introduce Human Development course into their teaching practices.
The main purpose of the Training of Trainers is to (i) strengthen knowledge and skills of teachers from main higher educational institutions of Uzbekistan and (ii) graduate trainers for teaching Human Development discipline under the curriculum of their respective high educational institutions who are able to conduct training in Uzbek language at the regional level.
Objectives for the group of general participants and observers:
Objectives for the group of trainers seeking ToT certification
Upon completion of the ToT certified trainer should demonstrate following skills to conduct lectures and seminars on HD discipline:
The result of the given training will be (i) certification of trainers, who will be able to assist in developing Human Development teaching discipline and adapting it in accordance with the curricular of their respective educational entity; (ii) forming the group of trainers to assist UNDP in promoting Human Development Concept for different target groups (including civil servants) in the regions of Uzbekistan.
Venue: University of World Economy and Diplomacy
Partner: University of World Economy and Diplomacy
Participants: Training Centre of the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investment and Trade, Academy of State and Social Construction under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Tashkent State Economic University, International Westminster University, Tashkent State Pedagogic University named after Nizami, Tashkent Financial Institute, Uzbekistan State University of World Languages, Tashkent State University of Oriental Studies, Tashkent State Institute of Law, Tashkent State Institute of Culture named after Abdulla Kadiri, Academy named after Plekhanov, co-authors of NHDR 2009.Complete text and agenda: Topic and agenda [2,874 KB]
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