The center is well equipped with human resources and training curriculums that needed for community development, agriculture sustainability, organic agriculture products and enterprises development etc.  It has been conducting numbers of training within and outside the program areas under the ECOSCENTRE's regular program and on demands of governmental/non-governmental agencies.  More than 15,000 people benefited from the program representing all over the country.  A chart given below describes the types of training conducting by the ECOSCENTRE.

Organic/Ecological Agriculture

Soil Fertility Management

Socio-economic development

Organisatin Management


Introductory Course on Organic/Ecological Agriculture

Sloping Agriculture Land Technology

Common Property management

Office Management

Natural and Community Forest Management

Kitchen Gardening

Soil Conservation and Watershed Management,

Infrastructure Development

Organisation/Group Management

Primary Health Care

Training of Trainer (TOT) on Organic Agriculture

Conservation Farming

Management of rural infrastructure

Leadership Development

Management of Small Animals

Introduction to Organic Inspection and Certification Process

Application of Effective Microorganism (EM) on Agriculture

Saving and Credit

Project Concept Note (PCN)/Proposal Writing


Basic Permaculture Course

Compost Making and Green Manure

Health and Sanitation

SWOT Analysis

Agri-eco tourism

Permaculture Design course (PDC)

Use of Bio-fertilizers

Indigenous Honey bee keeping

Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PME)

Indigenous peoples right

Organic Pest Management

Solid Waste Management and nature conservation

Cash Crop Production

Conflict Management

Women and 
Disadvantaged groups right

Ecological Homestead Design


Commercial Vegetable Production


Documentation of Indigenous Knowledge and Revival

Farmers Field School (FFS)


Non-timber forest products (NTFPs)


Indigenous Knowledge and Cosmovision



Establishment of Market Linkage for Organic Product


Participatory Local Innovation Development (PID)

Though the ECOSCENTRE is capable to operate all the training activities but it is planning to transfer technical knowledge and skills to the eligible and capable people of the country. ECOSCENTRE believes that by transferring training knowledge and skills to new generation in the field may spread out the messages about natural resource management, ecological and organic agriculture systems and study/application of indigenous knowledge all over country.  ECOSCENTRE will concentrate on the development of training curriculums, operate trainer's training programs and produce requirement manpower to achieve the training goals.