Gender Equality Training
How to: guiding principles for commissioning authorities
These guiding principles present the minimum standards that need to be followed if institutions wish to design effective skills development interventions. They are aimed at authorities that commission gender-equality training, as well as their respective staff.
Commissioning authorities play a key role in planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating gender-equality competence development initiatives. These guidelines do not promote a one-size-fits-all approach; instead, they summarise the necessary common denominators for all gender-equality competence development initiatives. Taking into account the specific roles and needs of the commissioning authorities, these guidelines offer specific guidance for each stage of the process.
12 steps to good gender-equality training
1. Planning phase
Preparing an effective gender-equality competence development initiative
2. Implementation phase
Setting up a gender-equality competence development activity that responds to the organisations needs and roles
3. Evaluation and follow-up phase
Securing long-term outcomes