As capacity building remains one of the major components of our projects in order to ensure projects' sustainability, CCDE has organized many training programs in the framework of its projects for the past years at both institutional and technical levels. Some training progam example are provided below demonstrating the capability of CCDE to innovate but also to transfer its knowledge.
1. Development of a practical MV handbook for Cambodian Rural electricity players 2008–2010.
With financial support from ETC/TTP Foundation, Netherlands, This project aimed to develop a handbook on MV construction which is unique in Cambodia at the present time, which would be used to support mainly Cambodian REEs who are going to build their MV network as requested in their licenses. CCDE was involved in co-developing the MV handbook adapting to Cambodian context, providing training on MV construction and supervising the MV construction networks.
2. Decentralized Energy Management Tools for Cambodia and Lao PDR 2005–2006.
This project was financially supported by The European Commission. CCDE was in charge of preparing a planning, implementation and monitoring of the project activities in Cambodia in close collaboration with MIME staff; being in charge of data collection from field survey as well as concerning ministries; Organizing ToT and pilot training at national and provincial levels on Software utilization; Coordinating, managing and disseminating the results through workshops organization and Preparing progress report and assisting in preparing final reports at the end of project.
3. Development of Vocational Training Program for Cambodia and Lao PDR 2005–2006.
The European Commission has supported the vocational training program through ETC based in Netherlands and IED. The training program was made for Cambodian and Laos Rural Energy Enterprises who have been doing their business in the sector to help them to improve their business to be more profitable and sustainable.