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Dear All,

I have been working with an NGO as Hr Executive,since 6 months.Earlier I have framed HR Policy for my Organization.Now I want to frame an effective training programme for school teachers.

Actually my NGO mainly works on Education & Livelihood,while I am working in Education.There are 27 schools and 4 colleges are being run by my NGO,to make underprivileged students independent.But students are not getting actual benefits,because of not having well trained teachers,which leads to the poor results of the students,when it is compared to other private schools.

So,I want to frame a training programme for the teachers,which enables them to impart effective knowledge to the students.Not only this ,the attrition rate of teachers are very high here,which is also affecting to give quality education to the students.

So,I request you all please guide me for framing effective training programme and also help me out to find the way to decrease attrition rate of the teachers.

Eagerly waiting for your response.

Shweta Singh

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sir,
Thank you so much for giving me information about these cites and links.I'll try to find out the relevant information.Meanwhile,If you would have any sort of information related to this teacher training programme,then please let me know.
Shweta Singh

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Mamraj,
Thank you for your query. As you are working as teacher training incharge, I presume that you are familiar with ADULT Learning theories. Hence, let me raise some questions to get the scenario clarified.
1. What size is the institution? At what level do the teachers teach? What subjects do they teach?
2. The mere fact that you want to improve the effectiveness indicates that you think they are effective. Hence, may I know how you define their effectiveness and how have you measured their effectiveness?
Kindly see found at Google
Have a nice day.

From United Kingdom
Dear Shweta,

I would like to know how and by what menas you have come to conclusions that all these problems will be addressed only by training?

True enough it seems like the Teachers/Lecturers hired by your organisation sems like having low motivation and innovative learning techniques, for this you can take help of any of the above mentioned esteemed trainers as they have already introduced themselves to you.

Being from an NGO I understand that you might be running with a tight budget, why don't you contact them (trainers) individually to know about the cost and program.

Now coming to the main problem as I undrstand, you said students are not getting benefitted because of poor quality of education and high attrition,

1. I would suggest first to know the cause of attrition and low morale among teachers.

2. As you stated, teachers hired are not well trained, then why not puting a system in place to know/judge the commitment,innovation and motivation required before making an offer in the first place?

3. Have you tried to research the menas,tools to measure the capabilities, salaries and benefits as provided by other educational institutions in nearby area/s, for comparison with your own structure? Maybe that will give you an idea why the attrition is high.

If you wll research and try to get in touch with other NGOs who run educational institution/s, you will definitely get new insight. Try both local as well as foreign, research on the web, make and put a plan to the management.

Try to get in touch with local/international NGOs for some instruments for assessment behavioural capapbility for propective hires. Or probably, the organisations which make and implement these tools, you being representative of an NGO may get more help.

I wish you all the very best for your intiative and hope you will be able to stabalise the situation.



From India, Delhi
^^ well said sourabh..
teachers are expected to be trained in their subjects. identify the morale boosters of the teachers. conduct a survey to find out the real cause before conducting the training.

From India, Bangalore
Dear All, Thanks for your valuable suggestions.I’ll get some more useful ideas from all the members here in the upcoming days.Really thanks to all members here. Thanks Shweta Singh
From India, Hyderabad
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