On May 12, 2017, the Non Profit Management (NPM) Resource Center at Naryn State University (NSU) hosted a training of trainers (ToT) for 20 teachers of the Law College in Naryn introducing the syllabi of NPM courses “Public Policy and Advocacy” and “Rule of Law and Nonprofit Sector”, supported by the USAID Collaborative Governance Program.

The trainers presented the structures for the two courses, and the primary messages that are important to convey to students. Their presentation included materials, discussion questions, homework assignments for the courses, and case studies for the professors to consider in teaching these courses. These NPM courses will provide students with knowledge about the basics of the rule of law and advocacy techniques to promote ideas in the public’s interest. 

Photo 1 Comp. B1 ToT in Naryn

Coordinator of the NPM Resource Center at Naryn State University Esenbay Sargashkaev (1st from left, 1st row), Yrys Beybutova, Coordinator of the NPM Resource Center at KNU (3rd from left, 1st row), Higher Education Officer Component Baktygul Ismailova (2nd from right, 1st row) and faculty members of the Law College (a branch of the Law Academy in Bishkek) and Naryn State University during ToT

Photo 2 Comp. B1 ToT in Naryn

The participants of the ToT learning the syllabi of NPM courses “Public Policy and Advocacy” and “Rule of Law and Nonprofit Sector”

Photo 3 Comp. B1 ToT in Naryn

During the ToT the faculty members also learned how to establish effective relationship with students, and pursue more productive and interesting lessons