Once the platform is on-line, and in order to promote its wide use in the interested countries, three face-to face training courses for the programme planners in DDR are foreseen. The experts in charge of the contents development of the system will set up a training course addressed to decision makers and professionals in charge of developing local and/or regional departmental programmes.
Development of the activity
220.127.116.11 - 1st Workshop Planning System: Step@aTime, for countries of South Cone and Andean region
The experts in charge of the contents development of the system will set up training courses addressed to decision makers and professionals in charge of developing local and/or regional departmental programmes. Together with getting the foreseen training on the use of the virtual tool, participants will –at the same time- be testing the prototype and providing suggestions for its future improvement.
Three face-to face training courses will be provided to selected experts of interested CELAC countries. The courses will be held according to the following territorial distribution:
Southern Cone and Andean countries.
The Caribbean countries.
Associated operational objectives
0.1 - Establish the necessary operational bases to ensure the quality and coherence of the work to be performed and the necessary coordination and participation of all partners.
0.2 - Have adequate baseline information to: provide specificity to the contents and the actions planned in each component; meet initial expectations of each partner in relation to its participation in COPOLAD; and facilitate the programme evaluation.
2.1 - Assess existing needs in DDR, to define specific final contents of foreseen activities under Component 2, adjusting them according to different groups of countries.
2.6 - Maintain a project-supported initiative, which ensures the availability of planning and evaluation tools, in a way that becomes self-sustaining beyond the duration of the programme.
Result/s & output/s:
Contents of the courses completed and available for implementing the training sessions.
The three face to face courses held in the stated regions
The prototype tool validated
Developed and maintained a project-supported initiative, which ensures the availability of planning and evaluation tools, included in Paso@Paso (Step by Step), in a way that becomes self-sustaining beyond the duration of the programme. Including: 1) Development of the functionality: final design of the electronic architecture, validation and monitoring of functions; 2) Implementation and validation of the operating system; 3) 3 face-to face courses.