The Centre for Rural Development (SLE) – Humboldt-University of Berlin – offers new online training courses for international professionals:
Join us online for Facilitation Skills and Moderation: April 12-16, 2021 or November 8-12, 2021 to learn how to effectively chair a meeting and facilitate teams and groups in a results-oriented manner while being provided with proven methods, tips and techniques for face-to-face as well as virtual meetings.
Join us online for Management of Development Projects: April 19-23, 2021 or October 04-08, 2021 to practice the concepts, processes and instruments for planning, monitoring and evaluating projects in international cooperation.
Join us online for Conflict Management and Conflict Transformation: May 31- June 03, 2021 or November 01-05, 2021 to get a sound understanding of the phenomenon of conflict, which we will explore on the personal and interpersonal level, as well as on the level of large groups and societies.
Join us online for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation Mainstreaming: August 30-September 03, 2021 to successfully conceive and implement disaster risk reduction programs, grass-root actions as well as longer-term climate change adaptation.
Join us online for Climate Proofing of Infrastructure Investments: November 29-December 03, 2021 to successfully assess climate risks and related root causes when planning infrastructure investments by applying case studies.
Further information: https://www.sle-berlin.de/en/training
Apply now to join our online training courses. Please follow the link to enrol: https://www.sle-berlin.de/en/training/sle-training-courses/apply-now
Our online trainings enable you to participate in highly interactive sessions from your office or home. Our trainers facilitate collaborative activities and peer-learning exercises for a small group of professionals. This way, you’ll get the benefits of our renowned face-to-face trainings without the time and expenses involved in traveling to Berlin.
Our participants come from all around the globe: They include staff from development agencies, national and international NGOs, public institutions, university students and researchers as well as professionals from the private sector. This unique mix of different cultural backgrounds and professions enables a transdisciplinary exchange of experiences within an intercultural learning environment.
While there is no application deadline, there is only a limited number of places available for each course. We are looking forward to receiving your application!