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Lessons Learnt & Tools Applied - A Working Book on Capacity Building Approaches in India
Human Resource Development in the Environmental Sector in India 2000–2010

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Florian Bemmerlein-Lux, Peter Bank (ifanos concept&planning)
Sebastian Hoffmann (SNTL Publishing GmbH)
Sandhya Chatterji (ifanos India)
Ulrike Killguss (GIZ)


From training modules to a capacity building programme
Resources - Modules - Training Courses - Capacity Building Programme

Capacity Development: Capacity Building Programme - Human Resource Development Programme

ToR for TNA

Icon TOR for TNA (40KB)
Used in India 2005
Icon TOR for TNA (113KB)
Used in India 2008 - Disaster Risk Management

Schemes - overviews - models: Capacity Assessment and Training Needs Assemsment

Institutional Development Need Assessment
Includes time estimation of diferent types of TNA
HRDP Table form
Icon Concept TNA (1.0 MB)
Presentation for Human resource development in India
example tasks/responsibilities of different staff levels

TNA - Training Needs Analysis

the info box includes presentations and parts of the Handbook Capacity Building and Development

Icon Chapter 3: TNA (648KB)
Word format of Chapet 5 Training Needs Analysis
Icon Concept TNA (1.0 MB)
F. Bemmerlein-Lux ASEM 2004
with explanations
Florian Bemmerlein-Lux and Peter Bank 2004
Introduction to Group Work
Florian Bemmerlein-Lux and Peter Bank 2005 for ASEM exercise

Developing the Training Strategy

General training strategy - revised training plan - evaluation of training
Florian Bemmerlein-Lux (for GTZ 2003) - Sujala - Karnataka - Training Strategy Consolidation and Planning Workshop
The Organisational Structure: Roles and Responsibilities and other findings
Florian Bemmerlein-Lux (for GTZ 2003) - Sujala - Karnataka - Training Strategy Consolidation and Planning Workshop
Presentation of the Results of the Training Advisory programme TAP
Florian Bemmerlein-Lux (for GTZ 2004) - Sujala - Karnataka - Training Strategy Consolidation and Planning Workshop

Guidlines and Standards for implementing Capacity Devlopment Measures

Document - compilation of all CD standards, templates and work flows

Standards, Templates, Work Processes for Capacity Building and Training Management ESRA C4
Version 3 - 8.November 2010

CCF Templates - ESRA Course Characterisation Form

With explanations
5.November 2010
No explanation
5.November 2010

CCF for Capacity Building Programmes

CCF for a Capacity Building Programme
Version 1: 7.November 2010

Template for Terms of Reference

Icon ToR Template (128KB)
Template with tasks/deliverables for the bidder, CCF and requirments of course offer
7.November 2010

Selection Criteria for Training Providers - including summary table for evaluation

Selction criteria
7.November 2010

Guidelines for Training Reports and their Evaluation

Standard - checklist of required content - evaluation scheme
Version 1: 7.November 2010

Tools for Course Evaluation

Rapid Evaluation of courses, modules of sessions - Template and analysis programme

Template and analysis tool (Excel)
The Excel file is an example for 6 modules (or days) - The analysis was done using the evaluation of each day. If there are more or less days/modules to be analysed, you have to change the calculations and forms.

Full evaluation of training courses by participants

The Excel file gives you:

  • A template to print out for distribution to the participants after the course
  • A template to enter the evaluation results
  • A consolidated summary table with the automatically produced results of the analysis (this can be copied int a world file (like into the training report)
  • A list of extracted average scores that were evaluated with score 4 and 5 (worst scores) to find about what has to be improved with priority
  • The yellow fields are fields that need the input of the training manager!
Printable questionnaire, data input formate and results of the analysis
Yellow fields need input of the training manager

The learning pyramid