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GETNET offers organisations, NGO's, government departments and the private sector a range of services that are in line with our current legislation, policies and transformation processes.
Due to our
wide range of expertise GETNET is able to develop tailor - made services
on request in the following areas:
Gender Awareness workshops
The Gender Awareness workshop is a beginner's course for men and women who have little or no previous training in gender - related issues.
This two - day course is outcomes - based and involves participatory learning methodology. Our experienced gender trainers make use of group work, discussion groups and stimulating debate to further the learning process.
The module covers the following basic concepts within gender theory and practice:
Gender Budget Training
For the past five years GETNET has worked with the Women's Budget Initiative to develop training materials based on the Women's Budget Research. As part of this initiative, we have provided training in Gender Budgeting to members of parliament and national provincial and local government.
Our training in gender analysis of government budgets is now also available to other institutions and organizations that would like to understand and plan a budget from a gender perspective.
After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
GETNET has developed a course for valuing diversity and recognising difference.
This programme integrates the legislative requirements to enable organisations
to comply with legislation that requires diversity in the workplace.
This service is meant for corporate companies and other sectors of industry.
Other GETNET Services:
The training workshops offered within GETNET Programmes (link) are also available on a consultancy basis.
sceptical at first. I was chosen by my organisation to attend this workshop
without my input. I now feel empowered; it was a blessing that I was chosen.
I want to be a trainer.
beginning of the workshop, I felt I wanted to support the privileges of
men. As the workshop continued, my thinking changed. I now favour privilege
for both genders.
valuable aspect of attending the workshop was that during the course of
the programme, even during our breaks; the most incredibly rich tapestry
of information emerged - which has more to do with our common humanity,
than the differences between us
A summary profile of services rendered to clients range from Government Departments (national, provincial and local government) to Non Governmental Organizations (NGO's), Community Based Organizations (CBO's) and Donor Agencies.