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07 November 2016 - 11 November 2016

International Training of Trainers Forum: towards sustainable learning solutions

07 November 2016 - 11 November 2016

International Training of Trainers Forum: towards sustainable learning solutions

International Training of Trainers Forum: towards sustainable learning solutions

Course Information

07 November 2016 - 11 November 2016

Anglais - Français - Espagnol

Turin

Code: A909045

Spanish French English

Deadline: 07 November 2016

Description

Description

The Forum will explore innovative learning ecologies throughout the entire learning management cycle and provide specialist tracks for those who want to know more about transformational learning, visual learning, mobile learning and gamification.

Background

Background

The Forum will explore innovative learning ecologies throughout the entire learning management cycle and provide specialist tracks for those who want to know more about transformational learning, visual learning, mobile learning and gamification.

Sustainable Development Goal 17.9 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is the dedicated target to capacity building that aims to “Enhance international support for implementing effective and targeted capacity building in developing countries to support national plans to implement all the sustainable development goals, including through North-South, South-South, and triangular cooperation”. Goal 4 is completely dedicated to education and learning and focuses on ensuring inclusive and quality education for all and promoting lifelong learning. Learning and training needs will be part of the larger capacity development process linked to institution building, organisational structures and processes, and national policy frameworks. The Training of Trainers Forum does not exclusively focus on the training of human resources, but should be viewed as part of a larger strategic picture.

Goal

Goal

The goal is to facilitate knowledge exchange on sustainable learning solutions with a focus on Learning Innovation.

The International Training of Trainers Forum is a recurring network and capacity development event that serves as a meeting place for capacity development policy makers, practitioners, trainers, facilitators, knowledge brokers, chief learning officers and staff development specialists.

The 2016 edition will seek inspiration from emerging trends such as:


• Growing focus on measuring learning;
• Increasing use of blended learning designs;
• Redesigning learning spaces;
• Advancing cultures of innovation

Themes

Themes

SCALING UP
Delivering training at massive scale through Massive Online Open Courses has been omnipresent in the last ve years. How can we further scale up the world of learning?
Are there different options out there to stimulate crowd-learning? How can we tap into collective intelligence and make it accessible to all?

CONNECTING
How can learners better connect than before? New devices have been brought in and outside our training rooms to connect more and better (Bring your own mobile device). Participants are still connected when they leave the classroom and learning continues anytime, anywhere.

INNOVATING
Innovative pedagogical processes change the way we think about learning and training? Digital storytelling offers new perspective where we combine ancient traditions with new learning technologies. Flipped classrooms change how we re-purpose the value of class time for in-depth reflections and conversations while we prepare ourselves with online audio-visual lectures and exercises.

Target audience

Target audience

The Forum is for trainers responsible for designing and implementing learning activities; technical specialists occasionally involved in training or facilitation; training evaluators; professionals in charge of organizational learning and change; representatives of employers' and workers' organizations.

Format and Methodology

Format and Methodology

Access to the Training of Trainer’s Forum online network (15 September 2016)

Participants will access the ITCILO E-campus, explore the overall programme and connect with each other. They will complete a preliminary needs analysis and prepare for the workshop through several video-casts: http://blog.itcilo.org

The needs of participants and organisations in capacity building for sustainable development will be defined and will serve as basis for enhancing individual action, institutional effectiveness and results on international levels.

Face-to-face workshop (Turin campus, 7-11 November 2016) 

A five-day workshop will be conducted by international certied facilitators and renowned experts in the field of learning innovation. The methodology will be highly participatory and will approach a wide variety of learning techniques described in our institutional toolkit http://compass.itcilo.org

Each participant will receive a trainer toolkit that can be used in his/her professional context.

Online Community of Practice (after the event)

Language requirements

Language requirements

English or French or Spanish.

How to apply

How to apply

Costs

Costs

The total cost of participation in the course is EUR 2,450 and this cover: tuition fee, which includes the use of the Centre’s training facilities and associated support services, books and training materials, routine medical care and insurance.

Subsistence cost is EUR 600 and it includes accommodation and full-board at the Centre.

Travel between the participant’s home country and Turin is not included.

Contact us

delta@itcilo.org

Tuition cost: 2450

Subsistence cost: 600

 

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