Capacity enhancement of potential writers is at the heart of Writer's Workshops, conducted by the ISPCK both nationally and internationally. Hundreds of women, dalits, tribals and indigenous clergy and laity have been trained in writing skills under the 'ISPCK's How to Write Right' writers development programme of over three decades now. Development of content in their context for global impact is the high point of these workshops.
Human potential development of personnel in Christian publishing in the majority world has encouraged the ISPCK to engage in Theme Oriented Publishing training from 1990. Professionals drawn from world class publishing organisations train personnel from the Christian publishing network, honing their skills for optimum performance. Themes vary from publishing, editorial, diffusion, finance, production, quality control to green publishing. Engaging participants from Madagascar, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Philippines, United Kingdom and Nepal. Scholarships are provided to women and subaltern.
The ISPCK, for more than a decade has been providing regular and comprehensive professional training assistance in publishing to Christian communicators from India and Asian countries.
Free School teachers are provided regular training in skills development to enrich their teaching methodology.