The Exposure Visit Program on “Water Resources Management” aims to enhance participants' understanding and capabilities in the field of Water Resources with an emphasis on large scale development projects. The program will provide participants with exposure to current and evolving water resources management practices and methodologies, with a focus on project management and execution skills, including project cycle management and result-based management, monitoring and evaluation.
The delivery of this executive education program will:
- Be participant oriented
- Use best practices and an experiential learning approach
- Conduct a review through integrating a presentation at the culmination of the learning sessions
At the culmination of the learning sessions, participants will be expected to prepare a presentation, either as a group or individual, based on the program's critical learning points ascertained/acquired from all elements of the program to include lecture/classroom sessions, group discussions, case studies and hands-on activities. These learning points should reflect their usefulness and/or applicability/adaptability within their country and/or organizational context.
The emphasis of this professional training program is on practical learning through a combination of technical input sessions, experience sharing sessions, study visits, and exposure visits on Water Resources Management Organizations in Thailand. While majority of the program activities are planned in a way that the participants will mainly learn from the experiences and practices, the key theoretical aspects of project management will also be covered, which include Project Management Overview, Change Management, Monitoring and Evaluation and Integrated Water Resources Management.