Public Expenditure Management: Training-of-Trainers Program
Asian Development Bank Institute | June 2001
As a core program of its capacity-building activities, the ADB Institute has developed a training-of-trainers (TOT) series on PEM. The TOT program is aimed at training a core group of trainers from a given country or group on PEM and exposing them to teaching and learning techniques for effective capacity building. On return to their home institutions, the trainers would then conduct the PEM program on their own for participants from their own country. In this way, it is envisaged that the TOT program would result in a multiplier effect where an increasing number of officials in each country could be trained over time. The PEM TOT workshop, held in Tokyo from 27 May to 8 June 2001 is the second program of its kind offered by the Institute. The first TOT program was conducted for trainers from Pakistan, Viet Nam, Indonesia and PRC. In this program, the trainers came from selected institutions from Bangladesh, India, Cambodia and Indonesia. Following the completion of the program, the trainers were expected to conduct local PEM programs on their own in their own countries in early 2002.
CitationAsian Development Bank Institute. 2001. Public Expenditure Management: Training-of-Trainers Program. © Asian Development Bank Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6576.
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