Think 2030 Sessions
A PLACE TO THINK, DEBATE & SHARE
THiNK2030 is a supportive, by-invitation-onlyspace to explore new ideas, exchange experience and think about the decade of delivery amongst non-profit leaders and innovators.
Together, we explore how to best lead, change and build our respective organizations to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Our courses in over 20 countries help development aid professionals build their skills, learn from our facilitators and each other to gain technical know-how.
We provide practical, innovative learning, combining class-room training with digital feedback to maximise training time.
MzN training is suitable for anyone working in the development aid sector. All courses are supported by our e-learning tools that allow learning to continue before, during and after the classroom experience (fully mobile accessible). All trainers are subject matter experts with at least 10 years training and facilitation experience.
What our Training Participants say about us:
“I found the training very useful and well-structured. What is most impressive is that they are ready to give you feedback and answer questions even 12 months after the training!”
“Very interesting training courses, well structured, useful tips and professional trainers.
I would like to take other training courses with them”.
How do we build a stable strategy in an unstable, chaotic world?
First, we listen! Then we listen some more in order to fully and truly understand our clients’ specific issues and needs. We work closely together to then jointly develop a training scheme that delivers the required results across the organisation.
We have designed and implemented customised training courses for organisations and governments in over 20 countries. Our coaching sessions usually combine class-room training from our certified and experienced subject matter experts with our digital learning methods. All our existing training courses can be tailored to your specific needs.
Our training solutions are are crucial for all organisations that aim to take a strategic approach to skill & capacity building. They are also cost effective.
“I can tell you one thing only: you have given me a new perspective, a pair of goggles to see the world in a different light.”
Let’s Be Truly Transparent and Open About It!
MzN International looks at feedback a little differently. During our training courses, we ask participants to give feedback both during and after the course. At the end of the second day of training, participants are asked to give their feedback on the course so far. Receiving mid-course feedback allows our trainers to assess where participants stand and incorporate any suggestions or recommendations from participants for the following day(s) of training. This maximises participant learning and engagement with the course.
The end-of-course feedback, however, is collected not only for our benefit, but also for yours. We publish all of it (yes, the good and the bad), in one comprehensive, easy-to-read document for anybody to see. Our extensive feedback helps us continuously refine and improve our courses, and we want you to be able to see first-hand how we are doing that. Both mid-course and end-of-course feedback surveys are completed anonymously online and outside of the training, so participants can feel confident and open while providing their comments.
Last, but not least, MzN International keeps track of participants’ progress throughout the training! In the days before the course begins, participants are asked to complete a short quiz on the key topics the course will cover. At the end of the training course, participants are asked again about the same knowledge to measure their progress during their time with us. We are proud of the progress we see in training participants, as well as of the feedback we receive.
So let’s not keep it to ourselves! Take a quick look at a small extract of some of our feedback from a 2017 training below.