Since inception, PSTC mandated to provide training to enhance the knowledge and skills of NGO leaders, managers and staff in an effective and efficient way. The Training and Communication unit provides training to Program Managers, Medical Officers, Paramedics, Accountants, Office Mangers, Community Volunteers, NGO leaders, Field workers, Village Organizers, Counselors, Service Promoters and to the other segments of the community.

The training and communication program of PSTC intends to build the capacity of its partners, community allies and beneficiaries. PSTC has a team of experienced trainers who provide courses on a variety of development related issues. As the experience and the reputation of the training & communication unit have grown, so has its breadth of services. It currently provides custom courses tailored to the needs of its clients.



The training methodologies used in sessions are highly participatory. These include group discussions, brain-storming, role play, case studies, simulation game, exercise, experience sharing, group and individual assignment film show, energizing activities, field visit, debate, lecture, demonstration and question-answer sessions. These methods greatly help to create friendly and effective learning environments for the trainees.



PSTC has three training rooms adequate for three groups of 75 trainees. The rooms are air conditioned, decorated and brightened up with interesting posters and educational charts. Film projector, overhead projector, slide projector, opaque projector, video projector, video camera and multiple easel boards are available in the classrooms. There is a dormitory for accommodating 20 participants. Transport facilities are also available for the trainees for field visits and site visits. There is also a resource library where reference books and publications are available.



PSTC has been publishing a well-circulated monthly magazine Projanmo for 27 years. It covers diverse issues on topics including health, education, HIV/AIDS, governance and rights to inform people at the grass root level. It is also distributed to GoB and NGO service providers as an effective advocacy tool. Projanmo continuously provides its target group with updated information on relevant issues.

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