Training Courses
IDCTCB conducts a wide range of short short-term career, intensive and highly specialized courses which are aimed at upgrading the knowledge and skills of mid-career professional and senior experts. Didactical methods used in these short courses include lectures, individual or group exercises in the classroom, behind the computer, or in the laboratory. The short training are conducted by  both national ,  regional and international professionals covering a wide range of subjects that are significant to WASH and other related discipline. While technical and managerial issues form the major part of training, emphasis is also placed on training of trainers and meeting specific needs of client institutions. IDCTC can offer training services in any of the following specifically tailor-made for the client.

    • - General WASH Training of Trainer
    • - Community Approaches to Total Sanitation (CATS)
    • - Water supply Engineering
    • - Drilling technology
    • - WASH in Emergencies
    • - Drinking Water Treatment
    • - Solar Water Pumping Technology
    • - Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) governance training
    • - School Health & Hygiene Education
    • - Community Based Management
    • - Latrine Builder Training
    • - Water Conflict.
    • - Low-cost sanitation technologies
    • - Methodology for Participatory Assessments
    • - Water Governance
    • - Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM)
    • - The interface between WASH and IWRM
    • - Gender Main-streaming in IWRM
    • - Water Resources Planning and Analysis
    • - Logical Framework Approach
    • - Research Methodologies
    • - Industrial Wastewater Management
    • - Solid Waste Management
    • - Water Quality Monitoring and Control
    • - Communication skills for WASH personnel
    • - Proposal Development
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