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Training of Trainers program conducted under the Youth Employment Project (YEP)

A 6-day training of trainers program was conducted under the Youth Employment Project (YEP) at the Training Institute of Technical Instruction (TITI) in Kathmandu from 9 to 14 July, 2017 for 24 trainers (13 female) of 7 training implementation partners of the YEP.

The training developed the instructional skills of the participants to ensure that they are able to deliver quality training to the beneficiaries of the skills development programmes under YEP. The content of the training included topics such as presentation skills, evaluation and feedback techniques, class management and control and session preparation. The participants were kept engaged with a variety of learning methods such as group work, games, illustrative talk, demonstrations and some power point presentations.

The Youth Employment Project Phase II (2017-2020) aims to create better opportunities for 3’300 youths for wage and self-employment and increased income. The project does this by facilitating the youths’ access to occupational and life-skills training, entrepreneurship training and coaching, employment support and counselling, and financial services. The ultimate goal is to improve the livelihood of the youths, which include Nepali women and men (16-40 years of age), people from the disadvantaged groups and migrant returnees, and their families. .