Training

 

Training services

Fit provides 1 to 2 weeks capacity strengthening programs that are designed to strengthen the capacities of the trainees to provide effective services to their clients. The following training programs are provided:,/br>

  • Training of action learning facilitators
  • Consultancy skills development
  • Training of entrepreneurs on business start up and growth, business counselling and credit management
  • Strategy development
  • Training of trainers
  • Monitoring and evaluation

Consultancy services

FIT provides tailor made consultancy services to organisations on specific technical areas as follows:

  • In house targeted skills development
  • Development of training materials and manuals
  • Backstopping services for project design, development and implementation

Training’s undertaken by FIT :-

WOMENS LEADERSHIP and MANAGEMENT TRAINING

FIT Resources together with the Ministry of Health and the Diocese of Meru Catholic Women Association (CWA) Pastoral Department Office have been partnering together since 2011 to date facilitating a workshop for the Catholic Womens Association leaders in Meru County.

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AGMARK STRATEGIC PLANING STAFF RETREAT

FIT Resources facilitated a Strategic Planning Retreat for the staff of Agriculture Market Development Trust (AGMARK –Kenya). AGMARK is a regional not – for – profit development organization which specializes in programs that facilitate smallholder farmers and pastoralists to access inputs and technologies for increased production and output markets for surplus production.

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PROJECT PLANNING (LFA) WORKSHOP FOR NATIONAL FARM AGROFORESTRY PRODUCERS ASSOSIATION OF KENYA

The Swedish Co-operative Centre made a deliberate decision to promote the emergence of Farm forestry member based organizations, this has been necessitated by the smallholder forest producers’ limited organizational capacity for dialogue and appropriate business development, financial services in support of sustainable smallholder farm-forestry business, and their limited power to participate and compete in the open market and make their voice heard in national forest policy developments.

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