Human Resource Development

One of the important components of human development is technical vocational education and training TVET, which over the years has gained tremendous importance.

The Human Resource Development Section of SRSP is responsible for undertaking orientation and staff development courses on a regular basis and building up staff competencies. It also organizes conferences and workshop to share experiences from the field and make learning an important part of SRSP’s work.

SRSP established its Human Resource Centre in 1996. Before initiating trainings, basic need assessment of local markets, Industry and Agriculture sector is carried out to identify potential markets / industries. Once needs are identified, HRD Center utilizes services of sector specialists/ skilled instructors by hiring their services for each activity. HRD Centre provides adequate operative equipment and consumable skills practicing material. The training process is vigorously monitored at the training centre and regional offices to ensure quality and standardization.

Our Impact


Leadership and managerial skill training for communities




Technical/Vocational Skills, specialized or NRM skills development trainings for community members

Our Trainings

  • Development and its Approaches
  • Social Mobilization & Community Development
  • Planning Monitoring Evaluation & Research
  • Conflict Management and ADR Skills
  • Gender & Development
  • Enterprise & Value Chain Development
  • Disaster Management
  • Rights & Obligations
  • Participatory Hygiene and Sanitation
  • Transformation (PHAST)
  • Financial Management
  • Community & Leadership Management Skill Trainings
  • Men Training
  • Women Training
  • Electrician
  • Tailoring & Stitching
  • Plumbing
  • Tie & Dye
  • Tailoring
  • Adda Work (Silma Sitara)
  • Auto Mechanic
  • Candle Making
  • Car Driving
  • Hand Bag/Purse Making
  • Mobile Repairing
  • Thread Work
  • UPS Installation/Repairing
  • Dough Flower Making
  • Heavy Machinery Operator
  • Block Printing
  • Welding
  • Ribbon Work
  • Carpentry
  • Hand Embroidery
  • Computer Software & Hardware
  • Machine Embroidery
  • Motor Cycle Repairing
  • Abbaya Making
  • Generator Repairing
  • Decoration Pieces Making
  • Auto Electrician
  • Croshia Work
  • Masonry
  • Beautician
  • AC & Refrigerator Repairing
  • Beads Work
  • Steel Fixer
  • Furniture Polishing
  • Washing Machine Repairing
  • Cooking
  • Home Appliances
  • Food Preservation
  • Motor Winding
  • Solar Panel Installation and repair

Our HRDC Center

  • The center is registered with City & Guilds UK (C&G), Government of Pakistan’s Skills Development Council (SDC) and Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Trade Testing Board (TTB).
  • The courses and graduates are acknowledged by these specialized public institutions thus increasing their likelihood to be absorbed by provincial, national and even international job markets.
  • Fully equipped labs and workshops with desired sets of equipment. Thus participants get hands on experience in refining practical skills during a training session.
  • Two types of courses are offered; Residential and Non Residential. The center offers accommodation facility to at least 50 participants with all requisite facilities round the clock in order to provide the most desirable environment for enriching participants learning.
  • Mobile Training Units for Men & Women: Flexibility in terms of delivery is yet another unique feature of the center. Keeping socio-cultural context in view, the center has been able to establish need based temporary venues for delivering trainings in local areas.
  • The professional resource pool of experts in leadership, managerial, technical, vocational, and specialized trainings gives an edge to the center.
  • One of the integral components of these courses is to conduct Business Management Skills Training to orient participants on business cycle aspects which are widely acknowledged by partners and participants to orient potential future.
  • Training Management Information System (TMIS) is developed for backup of trainee’s information and follow up. The internal impact assessment of trained youth shows that 79% youth have been able to find employment opportunities in the country and abroad.
  • The approach to develop, refine and adding new marketable and employable skills courses had been incremental.

Our Partners

  • Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
  • Danish Refugee Council
  • UN Agencies including (UNDP, UNESCO, UNICEF, UNFPA)
  • International Rescue Committee
  • Swiss Development Cooperation
  • Government of KP (BK Poverty Alleviation Programme)
  • Livelihood Strengthening Programme, AusAID
  • FOSI
  • FATA Secretariat Special Project
  • Secours Islamique French
  • CIDA
  • GIZ
  • Oxfam GB
  • IDRF
  • British Council
  • Alif Ailaan
  • Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund