Training of Trainers Certification Programme

Training of Trainers Certification Programme

Training of Trainers Certification Programme


5 October–20 November 2020
The course is available in English

Trainers appreciate the creative potential of every participant. The best trainers create environments that encourage innovative thinking and positive change. In this certification programme, trainers-turned-participants learn about the latest methodologies and technologies for capacity-development activities.
You’re a creative, competent trainer. Join this course to make it official.

Key features

Certified trainers around the world propagate innovative learning messages, from eco-learning to fully immersive transformational experience


Review and reinterpret interesting pedagogical concepts for the 21st Century


Experience a new approach to learning and training, “flipped” classes and digital engagement


Just do it in a different manner: trainers continuously evolve to nurture change

Introduction to the course

The Training of Trainers (ToT) Certification Programme is a recurring 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 goal is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge concerning the latest methodologies, technologies and approaches to learning innovation, and to prepare participants for official international trainers' certification.

Who attends this course?

The ToT Certification Programme will be particularly meaningful for: trainers (from the ILO and other UN Agencies , as well as the EC and other development cooperation entities) who serve on international development projects; technical specialists and project staff who engage with constituents and other stakeholders; facilitators who manage learning and change processes; teachers and vocational education experts seeking to introduce innovation into their curricula so as to contribute to the flourishing of their learners' potential and creativity; human resources managers working for ministries, public agencies, enterprises and trade unions who need to improve their learning coordination and supervision; union representatives responsible for human development.

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