What is the formula for engaging DDU-GKY youth in classrooms? Attend this three-day ToT for DDU-GKY Trainers by NIRDPR master trainers who have been qualified practitioners in Trainer Training from the industry and in rural development.
Mode of learning: Classroom-based
Duration: 3 days
Who should attend: Trainers (Domain, English, Soft Skills, IT) of DDU-GKY candidates
Description: This is an accreditation-based training of trainers offered by NIRDPR for trainers in DDU-GKY. This is not a ToT on domain training. The course provides practical orientation on rural youth psychology, adult learning principles and active skill training methodologies and techniques adopted by the industry to quicken learning and retention. The course involves pre and post test and three teachbacks, followed by peer feedback and master trainer feedback on the basis of parameters adopted for measuring quality of training.
DDU-GKY Soft skill course
Facilitator guide, content and e-learning for DDU-GKY candidates on computer fundamentals.
Mode of learning: Facilitator Guide and content (based on curriculum in SOP) cum E-learning
Duration: 72 hours
Who should attend: Facilitator guide for PIA trainers and e-learning that can be accessed by candidates through their log-in
Description: This is a facilitator guide and downloadable content, based on the curriculum provided in the SOP for the use of IT Trainers in training centres and e-learning modules that can be accessed by candidates through their log in.