About CETC and SPC
Welcome to the Community Education Training Centre, your Pacific Centre specialising in targeted community development training and best practices to meet the unique needs of women, youth and community enterprises. It is also your home away from home for those of you who want to upgrade your community management and enterprise skills to enable you to be productively engaged in our increasingly competitive economies. Read More »
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CETC is managing graduate networks of community and business facilitators. The email listserv networks are primarily to share experiences and information on community and business development activities and experiences of the members. In managing these networks, CETC facilitates information sharing, organises and links networks, and develop a knowledge and people/agency database in community development and business enterprises.
In 2009, the COMSEC Advisory Division supported the development of a CETC Business Plan and MSME regional Network Management Strategy to support CETC’s CEFE Business trainers network. Part of this strategy was the development of a costed business plan for the Centre that includes a system for cost recovery, client databases and training/information manuals. A regional consultation of MSME Stakeholders from the Pacific was undertaken in July 2009 and the outcome were key elements of the strategy and how it should be managed (copy of the report can be sourced under ‘MSME Reports’).
The latest addition to the CETC’s email listserv network is that of the community development training graduates which started operation in December 2009. CETC’s email listserv networks now total three with the ‘CEFE business trainers’ network expanding their membership base over the years to include regional and national business development members. The networks have proven to be a very useful medium for sharing of information and experience. The CETC revamped website is now completed and will have facilities for user interactive forums, information sharing and documentation. These are part of the capacity building strategy of the BDAP.
The networks are as follows: