Earlier Dr.K.Govindaraju enlightened the mission of OZONE and said that ’ South Zone Board of Continuing Education, (OZONE) provides support on capacity building of development institutions is on building knowledge attitudes and skills in the area of Programme management, organizational management, Communication skills and Information sharing. Most needs on capacity building are addressed through training programmes which again are structured based on participant profile. We try to be focused and provide good training inputs matching training needs with resource persons. As a resource centre, we try to be in touch with NGOs, training facilitators and institutions offering infrastructure support to training about the trainings/workshops organized by South Zone Board of Continuing Education, (OZONE)’.
South Zone Board of Continuing Education, (OZONE) provides Capacity Building Trainings in Micro Enterprise and Marketing Strategies for NGO, Best practices in Micro Finance, Basic Computer Training, Communication Training, Book Keeping and Accountancy, Finance Management, Donor /NGO Interaction, Gender & Health, Gender sensitization, Project Proposal writing, Logical Framework Analysis (LFA), Livelihood workshops, Report Writing & Documentation, Organizational Ethics, Superintendents Training-Social Welfare Department, Government Policy & Budget Analysis with regard to Social Welfare, Health & Education Funded by World Bank Small Grants Program, Tally –(Accounts software) Training, Volunteer promotion, Wasteland Development Workshop, Volunteer promotion, Brain storming workshop on Social Work Curriculum, Orientation Training to heads of NGOs on HIV/AIDS awareness , Disaster Preparedness & Management for PLFs,modular employable skills, watershed management and organic farming, continuing Education,etc.An interactive session was held where in participants and resource persons engaged in discussion about ways to fight the menace of HIV/AIDS. Earlier Coordinator Vanitha welcomed the gathering and project Director proposed vote of thanks for the inaugural session.ETNS