ApproachThe approach in all training programme is Multi-faceted but with a singular focus of meeting the targeted vision and mission of the Institute. They include the following:

  • Case Study approach - The case method is a teaching approach that consists in presenting the students with a case, putting them in the role of a decision maker facing a problem.
  • Consultation approach - to assist an individual or group of individuals to clarify and address immediate concerns by following a systematic problem-solving process.
  • Coaching approach - to enhance a person’s competencies in a specific skill area by providing a process of observation, reflection, and action.
  • Communities of Practice approach - to improve professional practice by engaging in shared inquiry and learning with people who have a common goal.
  • Lesson Study approach - to solve practical dilemmas related to intervention or instruction through participation with other professionals in systematically examining practice
  • Mentoring approach - to promote an individual’s awareness and refinement of his or her own professional development by providing and recommending structured opportunities for reflection and observation
  • Reflective Supervision approach - to support, develop, and ultimately evaluate the performance of participants through a process of inquiry that encourages their understanding and articulation of the rationale for their own practices
  • Technical Assistance approach - to assist practitioners and their organization to improve by offering resources and information, supporting networking and change efforts.