- On January 1, 2015
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A total number of 19 FOSTERING staff comprising of four women and 15 men have received training in how to prepare task sheet to aid their work.
A task sheet is a checklist that you use to track important duties that you must perform.
At work, you have a series of tasks that you must perform based on your employer’s specifications. Your task sheet at work includes the most essential details of getting the job done.
The training took place in SEND-GHANA conference hall in Salaga and was facilitated by Mr. Siapha Kamara, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for SEND-GHANA. He was supported by Diana Ndego, the acting Director of the Eastern Corridor Livelihoods Security Promotion Programme (ECLSPP), and Bashiru Jumah, a Program Officer of SEND-GHANA.
It was two day training. Staffs were taken through the processes involved in preparing task sheet for the day one and were asked to prepare their task sheet based on their job position for day two. Every staff was asked to make presentation of the task sheet prepared using a projector for comments, inputs and corrections. This was to help test our understanding of the task sheet.
The training finally came to an end and every staff was tasked to prepare their task sheets for the various activities per the Annual Operation work plan for 2014/2015.
Overall, the training was very educative and very participatory, and the approach adopted by the facilitator hooked every staff’s attention to whatever we were learning. Participants were not left out during the training session; it was fully participatory with a lot exercises and activities carried out in groups.
Participants at the end of the day were asked to described the training in one word since that was the first time most them had to prepare task sheets by themselves, the responses includes “wow”, “marvelous” “educative” “excellent” “cool” “involving” “loaded” “good” “lovely” etc.
Story by Millicent Sumbo, Nutirtion Officer, SEND-GHANA