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The second training cycle of our first CommDev programme learners, facilitated by Ms Mamoletsane Mota has been completed. Learners are currently undertaking the field practice training associated with the first three core modules – which are Book 1: Analyse and apply theories and approaches to facilitate community development interventions (including poverty, role of economics and economic
systems), Book 2: Critically assess the community development process – and Book 3: Develop a community development intervention plan.
Mentor training for the associated practicals was done by Dr Margie Maistry on 19th June; only 18 out of an expected 30 mentors attended. Since this is the first programme for this qualification, mentors will of necessity be supported and guided in order to make this a meaningful experience for all concerned. The next cycle of theoretical training will be from 21st August to 5th September; the mentor training is scheduled for 21st August.