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  • 1. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 1 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA GOVERNMENT OF THE NETHERLANDS MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES DHV CONSULTANTS/ DELFT HYDRAULICS HYDROLOGY PROJECT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE Opening speech for ToT courses Consider also: * introduction of trainers * introduction of participants
  • 2. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 2 Why are we here?
  • 3. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 3 The Hydrology Project develops HIS for SW, GW, Meteo, WQ • reliable data • comprehensive data • accessible data • user friendly data bases • exchange of data • standardization • rationalization
  • 4. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 4 Implications 1: Technical • Network designs and improvements • New instruments & constructions • Computers & hydrology software • Data banks (regional, state, national) & data exchange systems • HIS applications: forecasting, water resources management, environmental issues
  • 5. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 5 Implications 2: organizational • New performance standards • Staffing needs and human resource development • Management and working practices • Communication with water users ↓ Annual planning & reviews (HIDAP)
  • 6. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 6 Implications 3: training help hydrology staff to develop and implement the HIS • New knowledge • New skills • New working attitudes
  • 7. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 7 Who is to be trained? • Tens of hydrology organizations in SW, GW, WQ, Meteo • Central & 8 States • Several levels of Staff per organization • Series of training courses per job: induction, HP focus, advanced etc.
  • 8. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 1 Training levels GW SW Meteo WQ Ce St Ce St Ce St Ce St Level HIS role HIS job holder National Develop policies National authorities State / Region Manage databases Executive Engineer Circle Accumulate data Executive Engineer Division Apply software Executive Engineer Sub Div Enter data Junior / Asst. Engineer Site Validate data Junior /Ast Engineer Collect data Observer
  • 9. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 1 SAR training volume 7 job levels x 4 technical domains x 2 complementary organisations = 56 types of training for more than 10,000 persons in 5 years
  • 10. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 2 Consultants’ roles in HP training (GoN support) 1. Build training capacity 2. Update technical validity of training contents 3. Improve quality of training 4. Develop training management information systems
  • 11. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 3 1 Build training capacity in hydrology sector • Central Training Institutes (CTI): curriculum developers, faculty, training managers • State Training Coordinators (STC) • State & Central in-house trainers • Training cells in organisations • Annual training action plans
  • 12. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 4 2 Update validity of technical training contents • Standardisation workshops • Distribution of readers, guidelines, manuals • Reviews of training contents • Participate as technical guest trainers at CTIs
  • 13. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 5 3 Improve quality of training job relevance: match with job descriptions and HIS tasks personal relevance: training needs analysis trainability: focus on practical skills rather than knowledge flexibility and standardisation: develop training modules, one per task evaluation & corrective actions: per session, per course and on-the-job
  • 14. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 6 4 Develop training management information systems (TIS) • Inventory of hydrology training resources in India • Inventory of international training resources • Profiles of specialised HP training institutes and study sites • Profiles of professional HP trainers • Tracking all trainees (>10,000) • Library of hydrology training modules
  • 15. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 7 Professional challenges for you • Keep in touch with your Central Training Institute • Ensure your position in the State or Central training team • Sell training as organisational development tool • Apply new training practices and concepts • Communicate updated hydrology knowledge and skills to hundreds of Staff.
  • 16. Hydrology project File Introduction to trainers.doc Page 8 How to become a trainer in only four days ? 1 day: Course and module development 0.5 day: Training management 2.5 days: Communication skills Your personal improvement depends largely on your active participation in the programme.