Centre for Social Reconstruction
Centre for Social Reconstruction
Centre for Social Reconstruction

Training Centre

CSR's long cherished dream was fulfilled by "The People and Government of Japan" by providing financial support to build a training center at Kanyakumari. It was named as CSR TRAINING CENTRE and started functioning from 2002.

The training center was built with the aim of providing training to enhance the capacity of staff of NGOs and grass root level people. The training centre and could accommodate about 40 participants. Together with the basic infrastructure, the lecture hall in the Training Centre has been equipped with the essential training equipments like LCD, OHP, White Board, and a wide variety of audio visual aids.

The library in the training center has numerous books on HIV/AIDS prevention, Child rights, Social issues, Women rights, Training modules, etc. Also a collection of international journals and periodicals are available in the library. CSR's publications and News letters also find a place in the library.

Thus the Training Centre provided better services to the beneficiaries in an economic way with basic recreational facilities and delicious food. Hence the training center with its imposing structure stands as a land mark in the history of achievements of CSR.

Training Offered

Demonstration cum Training Centre

CSR is running a training centre, which is a residential centre that can accommodate 40 people. It has a well furnished meeting hall which is equipped with all the needed equipments. The trainings conducted here is participated by NGO staff,members fromyouth clubs and SHG, Peer Educators, Volunteers, NGO Heads etc.,.362 individuals from various NGOs and community based organizations participatedinthesetrainings.

The Director of CSR being a National level trainer and coordinator . Mr.A. Pazhaniapillay being a District level trainer of advocacy with Police personnel, through an initiative jointly organised by Constalla Futures and TANSACS trained Police officials from Tuticorine and

Training content No. of NGOs No. ofparticipants
TOTtraining on Traditional media 11 20
Basic training on STD/HIV/AIDS 21 103
Capacity building to village leaders 1 36
Training onMainstreaming on HIV/AIDS 1 24
Capacity building to staff and volunteers 2 80
Capacity building to Animators 1 40
Life skill training to Aravanis 5 36
  • Child Rights
  • Micro Credit
  • Social Welfare
  • Women Empowerment
  • Health Services
  • Relief & Rehabilitation