Opening the year 2012, the Research and Extension for Development Office (REDO) held its first initiated training entitled Enhancing Mentoring, the Educational Function of Supervision. It was conceived to enable the supervisors to reflect on their performance in upgrading their supervisees’ capabilities and develop alternative avenues to ensure the advancement of their staff’s knowledge, attitudes and skills.
The training was conducted at the CSWCD Audiovisual Room from February 8-10, 2012. Twenty five participants, coming from government and non-government organizations as well as the academe attended the activity.
Accounts from the participants highlighted the value of the activity, specifically the importance of being proactive and systematic in enhancing the capabilities of the members of their staff, something they did not consider before.