The knowledge and skills imparted in CLRG’s courses are based on lessons learned and best practices from the field. Course materials often include knowledge products from the Center’s research program. Our resource persons come from a pool of experts from the academe and practitioners. Our tutors and facilitators are trained in various methods to generate insights and learning from the coursework and collaborative exercises making it an enriching and unparalleled experience.
Executive courses in CLRG focus on developing both managerial and leadership dimensions of local chief executives and their senior staff to equip them with competencies that will help make better decisions on service delivery, fiscal management and specific aspects of local governance.
Coursework involves problem-solving, case analysis and re-entry planning that are aided by inputs from highly skilled practitioners and subject matter experts--many of whom are exclusively engaged by our Center.
While these courses can be taken individually, it would be best that a local chief executive enroll with his core executive staff, department heads or key technical personnel.
- Local Administration and Development Program (LADP)
- Introductory/Preparatory Course on Local Governance
- Introducing Local Executives to Administration and Development (iLEAD)
- Strategic Leadership Course
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