Regional Qualification on Educational Programme Development

12 November 2013- 18 November 2013

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Crowne Plaza Hotel Kuwait


The Arab Region, WAGGGS organized a Regional Qualification Training on Educational Programme Development during the period from 12 to 18 November 2013. The Kuwait Girl guides Association hosted the event at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.


This very important event aims to have a sound understanding on how to develop programme and its methods of delivery


  1. To build capacity within MOs
  2. To equip leaders with necessary skills to develop National Educational Programme.
  3. To develop an action plan for Education Programme to be delivered on National level.
  4. To explore possibilities of developing an Educational Programme at Regional level.

Immediate outcome:

Attain intermediate Qualification in Educational Programme.

Long term outcome:

Participants will have the opportunity to work towards the advanced Qualification on Educational Programme Development.

Profile of participants:

Programme Commissioner and/or Training Commissioner and their assistants, with a maximum of 3 participants per MO.

EDP training in Kuwait27 participants from 11 MOs participated in this very important event:

Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Oman, Qatar, Sudan, Tunisia, UAE and Yemen. We also have guest participants from Girl Guides of Saudi Arabia.

An action plan has been developed for each MO and a large number of participants attained the Regional Intermediate Qualification in Educational Programme.

EDP training in Kuwait

The Development executive will follow up action plans with the participants and MOs. Qualified participants who will be able to demonstrate their commitment to implement the Action Plan according to the set timetable will be invited to attend a second event to receive the advanced qualification.

You can download the report of the event from the members' area

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