Centre Network Development
key objective of WELL, has been capacity development
within partner organisations of the network to
deliver consistent, quality assured, resource centre
services. WELL provides technical support and
information services to the water, sanitation and
environmental health sector. Information is
provided in a variety of formats, including:
responses to technical enquiries; fact sheet;
briefing notes and consultancy reports.
development at WELL : 3 key principles
equipped with skills, knowledge and experience will strengthen
usually want to develop themselves and their
organisations if their own attitude and that of
their manager is positive.
that invest in making sure the right conditions are
in place for learning to happen and for new skills
and knowledge to be used, will develop.
Capacity development is about
more than isolated or one-off 'training' events or
series of sector 'workshops'. It is about
making tangible links to programme, contractual and
organisational objectives. Above all it is
about linking learning to live experience to improve
outputs, processes and products.
- learn @WELL is the network's window on capacity
development. A number of skill and knowledge areas
are identified as being essential to resource centre
success. These have been developed to take
diverse geographical locations both globally and
locally of our institutions
use of resources from both individuals and their
need to link learning to the live experience of
delivering WELL services and outputs
@WELL modules are available online for use
by individuals or institutions. You
can gain access to the basic module material,
self-assessment questions and references (modules
are updated to reflect lessons learned) through a
simple registration form.
@WELL enhances the ability of staff within
organisations to deliver services of consistently
high quality. Learn @WELL
modules and learning programmes are
offered through a unique tutor and
mentor-facilitated distance-learning model.
firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
module is designed to help learners consider and
improve their writing ability, particularly in
relation to writing reports.
module is designed to enable those working for
partner organisations to develop the skills and
abilities required to become an effective
consultant. The emphasis is on short-term
on the value of the module for daily working
at SEUF, India
team members, unanimously, are of the view that the
information and inputs given in the different units
impart immensely to the enhancement of knowledge and
skills, not only in the consultancy field but also
in the day to day working of SEUF. "
focus of consultancy organizations varies. Some may
see themselves primarily as engineering or planning
consultants. Others may focus strongly on financial
and economic analysis.
Others may feel that their specialist
knowledge and skills relate to social development,
community organization or governance.
This module is intended primarily for those
who are involved in efforts to improve water supply,
drainage and sanitation services.
However, we recognize that these efforts must
go beyond purely technical concerns to address the
social, institutional and financial aspects of
service provision and hope that this recognition is
reflected in the content of the module.
module is about analysing information, and in
particular about the skills required to carry out
that analysis. Analysis involved organising
information on a particular subject, or situation,
in order to understand that subject better.
This might involve dividing information into smaller
parts, so that it can be understood more
easily. The way the information is organised
and divided requires a range of analytical skills
(or methods) and it is these skills that are
explained in the module.
Emergency Water Supply & Sanitation
module aims to provide a general overview of the
assessment, design and implementation of water
supply and sanitation in communities affected by
disasters and emergencies. Because of its scope and
length, there is probably insufficient information
to enable the reader to work unaided in an emergency
situation but references are provided within the
text to other sources that contain more detailed and
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