If on the basis of a needs survey and programme design, a training intervention is required, then adapted is a directive approach highlighting facilitation methods and techniques such as lectures, demonstrations and illustrations, library study and overnight reading, individual and group tutorials, guided individuals and group exercises and projects if on the other hand, the other intervention required is management development, then a less directive approach emphasizing facilitation methods and techniques such as group discussions, question and answer, case studies and group exercises is employed.
To implement TAMADI’s various programmes are full-time consultants and resource persons who are engaged for specific inputs, The consultants/facilitators reside in various member countries (usually their countries of origin) from where they are mobilised to deliver programmes wherever and whenever they are needed and are not full time employees of TAMADI. Even though TAMADI facilitators/consultants and resource persons are highly, academically qualified persons with long experience, they carry out their tasks under the strict supervision of the Programmes Coordinator to ensure maintenance of consistently high standards
Our facilitation languages are: English, Portuguese. We have a large database of trainers in a number of countries that are always engaged as resource persons. Note: We only give personal information of our permanent members of staff. Facilitators/consultants and resource person who are engaged on a need basis or part-time their personal information cannot be divulged to outside organisations without their consent
TAMC and TAMADI have successfully trained in our open and general programmes participants from the public and private sector within the SADC region (the bulk being Zimbabweans)since 1998 in the following fields: