Impact and Good Practices of Human Capacity Development (HCD) in the Organisational Context
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Impact and Good Practices of Human Capacity Development (HCD) in the
How does HCD work in partner institutions? What change processes are triggered? What tangible results can be achieved and what are the conditions for a successful transfer? The documentation about the HCD projects Supporting the development of regional standards for TVET in Middle and Near East Countries and Capacity Building for Sustainability in VET in the Middle and Near East Countries deals with these questions. In the publication "Impact and Good Practices of Human Capacity Development (HCD) in the Organisational Context" is illustrated what concrete effects can be achieved in partner institutions through complex HCD intervention architectures.
Human Capacity Development aims to support individual learning processes and human networking in a way that optimal effects on the organizational and systemic level will be achieved and an independent and effective contribution to an integrated capacity development of partner institutions will be provided. A fundamental component of the complex HCD intervention architectures are transfer projects, which aim at the implementation of the acquired skills and ideas at the organisational level and initiate sustainable change processes in the partner institutions.
During the final phase of the two HCD programs, the 15 most successful transfer projects were identified through a competition according to the DAC criteria. Now they are the visible results of the HCD programs - they show the effect of the variety and combination of the individual learning formats to organisational development in partner institutions. To illustrate this, the effects are described together with the performed HCD measure. Each transfer project description also contains information about future trends and cooperation possibilities.
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