P04-GL12Selected international and regional universities, training and research centres/institutes, international mine action organizations, national mine action programmes, regional training institutionsSenior managers of national centres/institutes for conflict prevention and recovery, non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
BUDGET ITEMS IN US$2008
One senior management training courseUS $800,000.00
OverheadUS $56,000.00
TOTALUS $856,000.00
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ProjectSenior Management Training in Conflict Prevention and Recovery: Mine Action
Area of Workn.A.
Appealing Agency
Project Contact PersonSekkenes, Sara (sara.sekkenes@undp.org)
Project Budget2008: US $856,000.00
Funds Requested2008: US $856,000.00
Implementing PartnersSelected international and regional universities, training and research centres/institutes, international mine action organizations, national mine action programmes, regional training institutions
Targeted BeneficiariesSenior managers of national centres/institutes for conflict prevention and recovery, non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
Project Duration01-01-2008 through 01-12-2010
Project CodeP04-GL12

UNDP started a mine action training course for senior managers in 1999. The project was designed to enhance the management skills of senior-level managers in national mine action programmes and NGOs; management training can significantly impact a programme's productivity and effectiveness. The initial course package was developed in 2000. Since then, it has consistently been updated and further developed to meet the needs of senior-level national mine action managers.
In 2007, the project was externally evaluated. UNDP will further revise the objectives of the course in 2008 to focus on UNDP's capacity-building mandate, while embracing the full range of activities under UNDP's draft strategic plan for its Crisis Prevention and Recovery practice.

* Develop terms of reference for the new course.
* Advertise the terms of reference and select the implementing university or research centre.
* Include as training modules: strategic management, organizational theory, management science, change management, equipment procurement and maintenance, economic and financial principles, leadership skills, human resource management, personal skills, planning and forecasting, and logistics management.
* Integrate a focus on mainstreaming crisis prevention and recovery issues into development, and a gender perspective into programming.
* Offer specific case studies as opportunities for students to apply management topics to their daily work.
* Develop management training manuals for local trainers and students.
* Tailor the syllabus to the specific needs of each region, taking into account varying cultures, skill levels, programme stages of development and course sizes.

* The management and organizational skills of national senior managers in crisis prevention and recovery programmes and in other areas of work will be strengthened.
* Two global senior-level management training course will be delivered in 2008 (the budget covers training services, student travel, meals, accommodation, monitoring and quality assurance).

$800 0002008One senior management training course
$1 200 0002009One senior management training course
$1 200 0002010One senior management training course
$56 0002008Overhead
$84 0002009Overhead
$84 0002010Overhead
Tuesday, January 1, 2008 to Wednesday, December 1, 20102008NoSekkenes, Sara0