Life Skills Training session

Life Skills Training session

To achieve optimal results on the Child, Early and Forced Marriage (CEFM) project, we at the Centre for Mass Education in Science (CMES) arranged an IT and capacity building training on 22 and 23 July, 2016. The training was a session for “Life Skills”. The training plays an important role in enhancing the confidence and skills capacity of Gender Facilitators and resulting in optimal implementation of the CEFM program.

The session was conducted through role play, games, and real life issues. The participants enjoyed that session.

The session was for Training on Trainers (ToT).

The session conducted by Ms. Jerina Jahan Bhuiyan, CMES’s Life Skills specialist.

CEFM Life Skills session for Gender Facilitators and Unit Organizers

CEFM Life Skills session for Gender Facilitators and Unit Organizers

CEFM Life Skills session for Gender Facilitators and Unit Organizers

CEFM Life Skills session for Gender Facilitators and Unit Organizers

CEFM Life Skills session for Gender Facilitators and Unit Organizers

CEFM Life Skills session for Gender Facilitators and Unit Organizers

Ms. Jerina Jahan Bhuiyan, CMES’s Life Skills specialist, conducted Life Skills session

Ms. Jerina Jahan Bhuiyan, CMES’s Life Skills specialist, conducted Life Skills session

 

The Centre for Mass Education in Science (CMES), a national non-governmental organization (NGO) in Bangladesh, is working to take science and technology to the grass root people through appropriate mass education and skills training. CMES has been working for the poor disadvantaged adolescents and youth since 1978 with a vision to empower them economically and socially through education and skills development.

 

Partnered with the Commonwealth of Learning (COL), CMES works to raise awareness about the benefits of girls’ education and negative consequences of child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) on development and provide life skills and market-relevant skills training through the use of open, distance learning (ODL).

Learn more about CMES here.

Comments ( 3 )

  • Frances Ferreira

    Dear Shahariar,
    Thank you very much for this great BLOG! I have enjoyed reading it and I am sure we can have more discussions on your approach of training your staff. Keep up the good work.
    Frances

    • Shahariar Alam

      Dear Frances,

      Thanks for your continuous encouragement.

      Regards,
      Shahariar

  • Rita Barua

    Women’s can achieve the independence when they became empower by economically. Our society can play a vital role to provide them the opportunity to make them empower at all. If they became empower they can raise their voice against early marriage,force marriage and any other violence. Our trainee can help our girls and women’s to empower them at all.