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Code                            Course
Title                              2010               2011          Weeks   Fee
(USD)

AF04 Agri‐Business
Management                                        01
Nov
‐
12
Nov 07
Nov
‐
18
Nov         2      2,500

AF06 MarkeHng
and
Value
Chain
Management
in
Agriculture              15
Mar
‐
26
Mar 14
Mar
‐
25
Mar         2      2,500

AF08 Food
Safety
and
Quality
Management                              03
May
‐
14
May 02
May
‐
13
May         2      2,500

AF11 Sustainable
Land
Management
and
Extension
Techniques            01
Mar
‐
12
Mar 07
Mar
‐
18
Mar         2      2,500

AF12 Sustainable
Urban
Agriculture                                   08
Nov
‐
19
Nov 14
Nov
‐
25
Nov         2      2,500

BM14 Strategic
Supply
Chain
Management                               11
Oct
‐
22
Oct    10
Oct
‐
21
Oct      2      2,500

BM16 Leading
Change
and
OrganizaHonal
Renewal                        01
Nov
‐
05
Nov 07
Nov
‐
11
Nov         1      1,250

BM31 Financial
Management,
AccounHng
and
Audit                       19
Apr
‐
30
Apr    18
Apr
‐
29
Apr      2      2,500

BM33 LogisHcs
Management
for
Corporate
ProducHvity                   07
Jun
‐
18
Jun    06
Jun

‐
17
Jun     2      2,500

DE01 Project
Management                                              18
Oct
‐
05
Nov    17
Oct
‐
04
Nov      3      3,500

DE02 Project
Management,
Monitoring
and
EvaluaHon                    15
Nov
‐
03
Dec    14
Nov
‐
02
Dec      3      3,500

DE03 Management
and
ImplementaHon
of
Development
Projects            09
Aug
‐
27
Aug    08
Aug
‐
26
Aug      3      3,500

       Managing
Micro
Enterprises:
IntervenHons,
Development
and

DE07                                                                 01
Nov
‐
12
Nov    31
Oct
‐
11
Nov      2      2,500
       Programs

ED01 Quality
Assurance
for
Higher
EducaHon
and
Training
InsHtuHons   15
Mar
‐
02
Apr    14
Mar
‐
01
Apr      3      3,500

ED05 Management
of
Training
Centers                                  19
Apr
‐
07
May 18
Apr
‐
06
May         3      3,500

ED06 Training
of
Trainers
                                           02
Aug
‐
20
Aug    01
Aug
‐
19
Aug      3      3,500

ED07 Advanced
Competencies
for
Trainers                              06
Sep
‐
24
Sep    05
Sep
‐
23
Sep      3      3,500

EN04 Toxic
and
Hazardous
Waste
Management                            18
Oct
‐
29
Oct    17
Oct
‐
28
Oct      2      2,500

EN05 Urban
Environmental
Planning
and
Management                     09
Aug
‐
20
Aug    08
Aug
‐
19
Aug      2      2,500

EN11 Sustainable
SanitaHon
System
and
Technology                     13
Sep
‐
24
Sep    12
Sep
‐
23
Sep      2      2,500

EN14 Community
Based
Disaster
Risk
Management                        10
May
‐
21
May 09
May
‐
20
May         2      2,500

IM02 ImplemenHng
SelecHve
ERP
ApplicaHons
and
Management             02
Aug
‐
13
Aug    01
Aug
‐
12
Aug      2      2,500

IM03 InformaHon
Technology
ApplicaHons
In
Project
Management         19
Apr
‐
07
May 18
Apr
‐
06
May         3      3,500

IM06 InformaHon
Technology
ApplicaHons
in
Management
                 05
Jul
‐
16
Jul    4
Jul
‐
15
Jul      2      2,500

IM08 ConstrucHon
Management
Using
ICT
                               06
Sep
‐
24
Sep    05
Sep
‐
23
Sep      3      3,500

IM09 EffecHve
ImplementaHons
of
e‐Governance                          01
Mar
‐
12
Mar 28
Feb
‐
11
Mar         2      2,500

IM17 E‐
Procurement                                                  31
May
‐
11
Jun    30
May
‐
10
Jun      2      2,500

IT01   Network
Security                                              17
May
‐
04
Jun    16
May
‐
03
Jun      3      3,500

PL04 Management
for
Development
Results
(MfDR)                       20
Sep
‐
01
Oct    19
Sep
‐
30
Sep      2      2,500

PL12 Rural
Entrepreneurship
Development                              22
Feb
‐
05
Mar    21
Feb
‐
04
Mar      2      2,500

PL13 Urban
Poverty
ReducHon                                           28
Jun
‐
09
Jul   27
Jun
‐
08
Jul      2      2,500

PL14 Sustainable
Coastal
Community
and
Ecosystem
Management          15
Mar
‐
26
Mar 14
Mar
‐
25
Mar         2      2,500
AIT Extension
For
more
than
three
decades,
AIT
Extension
has
worked
to
address
the
challenges
faced
by
the
internaHonal
community

by
promoHng
economic
development
and
rule
of
law.

Nearly
25,000
individuals
from
more
than
70
countries
and
territories
have
adended
training
programs
at
AIT
Extension,

Bangkok,
Thailand
and
in
various
countries
around
the
world.
In
addiHon
to
its
regular
training
programs,
AIT
 Extension

also
 presents 
 internaHonal
 conferences
 /
 colloquia,
 and
 consulHng
 services
 parHcularly
 in
 Human
 Resource

Development,
EducaHonal
Development,
and
InformaHon
Technology.

As
you
glance
through
this
calendar,
you
can
 find
 informaHon
on
any
 of
 our
 acHviHes
that
interest
you.
You
 can
also

learn
more
about
the
special
customized
programs
we
conduct
and
offer
at
our
website.


Customized / Special Programs
In
addiHon
to
our
regular
adverHsed
training
program,
AIT
Extension
designs
special
customized
programs
at
the
request

of
internaHonal
organizaHons,
naHonal
governments,
and
other
insHtuHons,
for
pracHcal
professional
training
both
in

the
Thailand
and
on‐site.

Following
is
a
small
selecHon
from
the
several
dozen
programs
organized
by
AIT
Extension
in
recent
years:



Advance
Strategies
in
Public
Procurement:
Sri
Lanka.
Funded
by
World
Bank


ApplicaHon
of
ICT
in
Rural
Development,
Planning
and
Management:
Bangladesh.
Funded
by
Danida

ArbitraHon,
AdjudicaHon
and
Contract
AdministraHon:
North‐East
Community
RestoraHon
and
Development
Project
(NECORD),
Sri

Lanka.
Funded
by
World
Bank

Central
Bank
RegulaHon
and
Supervision:
Central
Bank
of
Nepal.
Funded
by
World
Bank

Conflict
ResoluHon
and
Peace
Building:
Ministry
of
Peace
and
ReconstrucHon,
Government
of
Nepal

Corporate
Social
Responsibility
and
Environmental
Management:
Leadership
for
Environment
and
Development
(LEAD
InternaHonal)

CSR
Asia
Summit
2008:
CSR
Asia,
Hong
Kong
in
cooperaHon
with
AIT.

EffecHve
Measures
for
Energy
ConservaHon:
Funded
by
EBARA,
Japan

Financial
Management,
AccounHng,
Planning
and
ProjecHons:
Sri
Lanka.
Funded
by
World
Bank

Fredskorpset
Preparatory
Course
in
Asia:
Funded
by
Norwegian
Ministry
of
Foreign
Affairs

Hospital
Management
in
TerHary
Health
Care:
Punjab
Resource
Management
Program
(PRMP),
Government
of
Punjab,
Pakistan.

Funded
by
World
Bank

Local
Curriculum
Planning
and
Management:
Curriculum
Development
Center,
Nepal.
Funded
by
Danida

Local
Governance,
Community
ParHcipaHon
and
IT
ApplicaHons
for
Sustainable
Development:
Local
Government
Engineering

Department
(LGED),
Government
of
Bangladesh



Managing
for
Development
Results:
Ministry
of
Physical
Planning
and
Infrastructure,
Government
of
Nepal.
Funded
by
ADB

Monitoring
and
EvaluaHon
of
Agricultural
Development
Projects:
Government
of
Sri
Lanka.
Funded
by
IFAD

Professional
Work
Ethics
in
Public
Service:
Public
Service
Training
InsHtute,
President’s
Office,
Republic
of
Maldives.

Public
AdministraHon
Reform,
Performance
Management
and
Service
Delivery:
Management
At
The
Top
‐2
(MATT‐2)
Project,
Ministry

of
Establishment,
Government
of
Bangladesh.
Funded
by
DFID

University
Management
and
AdministraHon:
Balochistan
University,
Pakistan

Water
UHlity
Leadership:
USAID

Zoo
and
Park
Management:
Punjab
Resource
Management
Program
(PRMP),
Government
of
Punjab,
Pakistan.
Funded
by
World
Bank

                                             Requests
concerning
special
programs
should
be
addressed
at
email
:
extension@ait.ac.th
 APPLICATION INFORMATION

 Eligibility
 ParHcipants
 in
 AIT
 Extension
 training
 courses
 are
usually
 mid‐career
 and
 senior
 level
 professionals
 with
 at
 least
 five

 years’
relevant
work
experience.
ParHcipants
normally
have
a
university
degree,
work
experience,
and
a
good
command

 of
English
language.

 Applica,on
 Please
send
your
completed
applicaHons
to:
Admissions
Officer,
AIT
Extension,
Asian
InsHtute
of
 Technology,
PO
Box
 4,

 Klong
 Luang,
 Pathum
Thani
 12120,
 Thailand,
 Fax:
 +66
2524‐6332,
 Email:
 extension@ait.ac.th.
 Completed
applicaHons

 should
reach
us
at
least
8
weeks
before
the
starHng
date
of
the
training
course.

 Training
Costs
 The
 training
 fee
covers
tuiHon,
 materials,
 airport
 transfers,
 transportaHon
 costs
 for
 scheduled
 field
 trips,
 and
 minor

 medical
 expenses.
 The
following
 personal
 expenses
 should
be
 added:
 a 
suggested
 subsistence
allowance
US$40/day,

 accommodaHon
 at
 the
 AIT
 Conference
 Center
 at
 US$43
 per
 night
 per
 room
 (Thai
 Baht
 1,450
 equivalent),
 and

 internaHonal
travel.

 Room
rates
are
subject
to
change.
Please
reconfirm
before
booking.

 Financial
Support
 AIT
 Extension
does
not
provide
financial
assistance,
and
cannot
seek
support
for
individual
parHcipants.
Applicants
are

 encouraged
 to
 seek
 funding
 support
 from
 their
 organizaHons,
 or
 from
 other
 sources.
 If
 applicants
 meet
 entry

 requirements,
a
leder
of
acceptance
can
be
provided
for
purposes
of
seeking
financial
support.

 Payment
 Payment
should
be
made
by
internaHonal
bank
drap
or
by
bank
transfer
to:

 





Asian
InsHtute
of
Technology
 





Current
Account
No:
359‐3‐00001‐2
 





Siam
Commercial
Bank
Co.,
Ltd.,
AIT
Sub‐Branch,
AIT
Campus
 





P.O.
Box
4,
Klong
Luang
 





Pathum
Thani
12120,
Thailand
 





(SWIFT
CODE:
SICOTHBK)

 Confirma,on
 NoHce
of
acceptance
will
be
sent
to
applicants
within
15
days 
of
receipt
of
applicaHon.
AIT
Extension
reserves
the
right

 to
cancel
courses
with
insufficient
enrollment.
Applicants
will
be
noHfied
of
such
cancellaHon
by
email
or
fax
at
least
a

 month
before
the
date
of
commencement
of
the
course.
In
case
of
course
cancellaHon,
AIT
Extension’s 
liability
is
limited

 to
full
refund
of
deposited
fees
only.

 Similarly,
cancellaHons
by
parHcipants
should
be
received
at
least
four
weeks
prior
to
the
start
of
the
training
course.
For

 later
cancellaHons,
a
cancellaHon
fee
equivalent
to
20%
of
the
training
fee
will
be
charged.




Postal Address:                     Street Address:                                             AIT Extension Admission
AIT Extension                       AIT Extension                                               c/o Ms. Arjin Piromrak
Asian Institute of Technology       Asian Institute of Technology                               Phone: (66)(2)524 5338, 6333
PO. Box 4 Klong Luang,              Km. 42 Paholyothin Highway, Klong Luang,                    Fax: (66)(2)524 6332
Pathum Thani 12120,                 Pathum Thani 12120,                                         E-mail:extension@ait.ac.th
Thailand                            Thailand                                                    Web: http://extension.ait.asia