STRATEGIC THRUST 3 :
CREATE AND DEVELOP THE CAPABILITY OF HUMAN CAPITAL IN CO-OPERATIVES
The success of co-operatives is dependent on its members, board members, internal audit committee (IAC) and employees. Education is a critical factor through which efforts are taken in building the capability of human capital, developing intellectual strength, improving business knowledge and moulding of attitudes. The development of human capital with knowledge, skills and positive attitudes are determinants of successful co-operatives.
This objective is achieved through:
- Shift in mind-set of co-operative leaders and members to be proactive, creative and innovative with entrepreneurial culture;
- Increased knowledge and skills in the areas currently or to be undertaken by the co-operatives;
- Enhanced professionalism in the management and administration of co-operatives;
- Effective implementation of compulsory courses for board members and IAC; and
- Encourage co-operative members to participate in lifelong learning to acquire knowledge in various f elds.
- 100% of board members and IAC of the co-operatives attend compulsory courses
- 50% of co-operative members exposed to co-operative knowledge
- 80% of co-operatives in the large and medium clusters have full-time qualif ed managers
- Co-operatives provide training for their members, board members, IAC and employees.