Capacity Development Program
The program aims to assist organizations and individuals working in the civic society sector to achieve the highest standards of governance and professional operation. We aim to strengthen social impact by building leadership capacity and providing tailored peer learning and customized support services.
The program achieves the latter by:
Evolving curriculums for the workshops and training of the trainers. We aim to build a pool of competent instructors who can then transfer their knowledge and expertise to another pool of candidates. Curriculums are mainly built on identifying the civic society’s market needs to fill in the skills gap.
Aiding technically in formulating comprehensive CSR programs and supporting its implementation in the pursuit of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility which serves the main objective of this program.
Increasing philanthropists’ efficiency and effectiveness in dispensing their funds and managing their operations.
Professional Training Programs for Faculty Members in Egyptian Universities: In line with our efforts to institutionalize civic engagement practices in universities we offer CBL training programs to faculty members in Egyptian public universities to enhance and elevate faculty members’ professional abilities and help them learn more about the CBL techniques.
We are experts in planning, designing, and conducting courses that are offered to development practitioners, which include the following: Project Management for Development Practitioners, Civic Leadership, Community-Based Learning, and Monitoring and Evaluation.
How to apply?
Project Management Course for Development Practitioners
The course targets practitioners working in the field of development, sharing with them the required knowledge, tools, and methods of project management. The aim of the course is to transfer project management knowledge to all the Egyptian Governorates, creating a stronger Egyptian Civil Society capable of managing its projects successfully and professionally.
Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning Course for Development Practitioners
The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning “MEAL” course is designed and developed by the John D. Gerhart Center at the AUC School of Business. This course is an essential component of any program, intervention, or project operating in a dynamic environment that requires tools that facilitate evidence-based decision-making. The course is intended to equip development practitioners with the critical knowledge and skillset needed to design and implement MEAL systems.
AUC New Cairo