Islamabad, Under the auspices of Higher Education Commission (HEC), Learning Innovation Division the 19th Master Trainers-Faculty Professional Development Program (MT-FPDP) started at HEC head office Islamabad, says a press release.
The course would be completed on October 25 which is being attended by 28 faculty members from 24 public sector universities across Pakistan. So far 524 Higher Education faculty members have been benefitted from Master (MT-FPDP) in 18 MT-FPDP batches.
This rigorous training program is designed specifically for in-service teachers. The whole span of the program was an arduous exercise which covers twelve core modules and additional sessions on different important social topics.
Recreational and study trips are also arranged to different historic places. The main objective of this intensive training is to enhance and enrich the teaching abilities of teachers to ensure quality education which is entirely dependent on the quality of teaching.
During the inaugural ceremony, Member (Operations & Planning) HEC Dr. Nasser Ali Khan graced the occasion as chief guest. In his remarks, he highlighted the valuable contribution of HEC for the professional development of HEI’s faculty.
He advised all the participants to act as role model for their students. He added quality of cascading of learning would develop impact of these two months training therefore, it would be obligatory for all the participants to perform their responsibility for a national cause.