About the partner trainings
Norec provides trainings for and follows up its partnerships before, during and after an exchange has taken place. Norec's trainings are a necessary and compulsory supplement to our partners' ‘in-house’ training.
The overall objective is to strengthen partnerships to find solutions to the challenges addressed by UNs Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030. The training should also address results for the partnership and maximise learning for both the individual and the entire organisation.
Successful exchanges depend on proper preparation and training of and by participants and partners. The trainings are designed to encourage active participation and make use of a variety of teaching methods to increase motivation to be a proponent of change and to foster personal reflection. The trainings encourage participants to share, learn and teach.
The tools and methods facilitate for enhanced partnership goals through:
The introductory Seminar is compulsory seminar for all partner organisations in a potential partnership as part of their feasibility study.
1-2 representatives from each partner organisation meet for three days to go through the following modules:
After the Norec Introductory Seminar, you should:
Board and lodging is covered by Norec, while travel costs are covered by the feasibility grant.
The Norec Partner Training is compulsory for all new partner coordinators in the Norec Professional program. Here we invite new partners to meet for one week in either Bangkok, Johannesburg, Kampala or Bogota.
During the training we go through the following modules:
After the Norec Partner training, you should:
Board and lodging is covered by Norec, while travel costs are part of the CA grant.