Last week, Rimisp concluded the first cycle of the ComPart approach training sessions delived online to ICCO staff and partners in Latin America. The cycle included 3 sessions that focused on web 2.0 collaborative platforms, such as blogs and wikis, as well as a number of online tools to enhance the work of social and development organizations in the region.
Participants had the opportunity to learn about these tools and were able to practice online and in real time the concepts and techniques that were shown during the session.
The idea behind the training sessions was to provide people working within scattered teams with the tools and platforms available to make their collaboration easier.
The Rimisp team was pleased to receive positive comments from participants who have acknowledged the importance of these training sessions in their daily work. Samuel Baron, from Colombia, told us that after the training sessions, he has started using wikis to synthesis, share and update information from different team members located in various towns in Colombia. The wiki has allowed them to work collaboratively and in their own time.
The training sessions will continue and we hope participants will find them useful!