DELTA focuses on Learning Innovation and generating sustainable learning solutions with the objective of stimulating impactful organizational change.
It has a double mandate: to strengthen the Centre’s in-house capacity to apply state-of-the-art learning and knowledge-sharing methods and technology, and to provide (e)-learning services to outside partners on a global scale. Our clients include UN agencies, development banks, international organizations, governments and NGOs.
The services we provide can be grouped into two categories:
- Learning and knowledge-sharing events
DELTA offers expertise in all phases of training-event management: design, promotion and logistics, facilitation, evaluation and reporting. Events may be hosted on the campus in Turin or at locations determined by our partners, and may combine face-to-face and virtual interactions (face-to-face, blended and on-line courses).
DELTA has developed a comprehensive set of practices, tools and learning modules for the training of trainers. Since 2011, DELTA has organized a global TOT Forum incorporating the different instructional parameters (analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation), with an emphasis on design, participative delivery and learning innovation
- Learning and knowledge-sharing tools
We jointly design and deliver digital and print modules, toolkits, and other guidance materials, often as part of a larger capacity-development package:
|Training-of-trainers manuals (http://compass.itcilo.org )|
|Innovative learning methodologies and technologies (http://blog.itcilo.org )|
|Technology-enhanced learning services (http://ecampus.itcilo.org )|
|Mobile learning solutions (http://mobile.itcilo.org )|
|Massive Online Open Courses (http://www.itcilo.org/CF4DEVMOOC )|
|Gamification (http://gamification.itcilo.org/ )|
|Technology @Work: http://technologyatwork.itcilo.org/|
DELTA responds to requests and cooperates with national, regional and international constituents and partners in designing and running training and learning activities that support their institutional development strategies.
DELTA’s lead trainers are internationally certified and recognized by the International Association of Facilitators (IAF). DELTA’s e-learning products comply with international quality criteria, as adopted in the OpenECBcheck toolkit (E-learning for capacity development).
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