Training Principles

In order to maximize the desired results from the training courses, the Learning Division upholds the following principles:

training principle

Course trainers strive to create and maintain a learning environment of openness, friendliness, mutual trust, and respect.Trainers regard themselves not as pedagogues but simply as facilitators in the learning process. When selecting training participants, BRAC values homogeneity with respect to age, education and experience.


BRAC Learning Division (BLD) is responsible for augmenting the capacity and professionalism of BRAC staff and programme participants through a wide range of training and learning programme. It also provides other development organizations and government organization with need-based and tailor-made consultancy services at home and abroad such as- Afghanistan, SriLanka, Pakistan, Uganda, Sudan, Tanzania, Haiti, and Sierra Leone. Some of the notable consultancy services may be mentioned here i.e. a six-month long consultancy support on ““Review Social Development Module and Training Materials” was provided to Chars Livelihood Programme (CLP) funded by DFID; Assessment of institutional capacity building needs of Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) institution, and capacity building support was given jointly by BLD, BPATC and Accenture Development Partnership (UK), etc.


BRAC Learning Division is interested to instigate some e-learning courses of different category e.g. professional development, management, managing change, effective communication, teambuilding, fundamentals of business management etc for BRAC staff working both at head office and field offices.  

As a consequence, we have developed a survey instrument as a first step towards market research within BRAC prior to build any partnership with reputed institutions for e-learning.

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Learning partners

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save the children
Save the Children


Concern Worldwide
Aga Khan Foundation

Transparency Internatiol Bangladesh(TIB)

International Labor Organization (ILO) Bangladesh
Sajida Foundation

Bureau Bangladesh
muslim aid

Muslim Aid

Friendship Bangladesh

Action Hunger

Action Against Hunger