Trainers’ Training Programme for Cooperative Education Personnel of State/District Cooperative Unions of India (13 - 17 May, 2019)
Cooperatives have always given considerable importance to education and training for – be it for members, elected leaders, employees or potential members. The true essence of the cooperative movement lies in empowering its members and elected leaders and hence, conducting regular training programmes through a well-established education and training structure is of paramount to the success of cooperatives.
NCCE recently conducted a Trainers’ Training Programme for the Cooperative Education Personnel of State/District Cooperative Unions from 13 – 17 May, 2019 which was attended by 21 personnel from all over the country. The programme was designed keeping in mind the nature of the job of education personnel and hence various subject experts covered topics ranging from project preparation & implementation, writing articles/press releases, developing case studies, international trends in cooperative education/training, latest techniques of audio-visual aids, implementation of GST, programmes and schemes of Warehousing Development & Regulatory Authority (WDRA) & National Backward Classes & Financial Development Corporation (NBCFDC) to adult psychology.
The Chief Executive NCUI, Sh.N. Satyanarayana while interacting with the participants during the valediction urged participants to study the problems & challenges of grass-root cooperatives in their respective areas and submit them to NCUI for onward submission to the concerned ministries. He appreciated the role being played by the Junior Cooperative Training Centres in remote parts of the country in educating the cooperative leaders, members as well as employees and assured them of assistance from NCUI for conducting collaborative programs as also strengthening their infrastructure. A half-day field trip to a few historical sites was also organised keeping in mind their first visit to the national capital. The programme was coordinated by Mrs. Sandhya Kapoor, Dy. Director, NCCE/IT.
The programme was well-received by the participants.