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This is an online self-paced course, meaning that you will review the learning material and complete the assessments at your own pace. In addition to the intuitive navigation structure of the virtual environment, the course has a set of readings, audiovisual resources and hyperlinks to other materials and electronic sites, in order to facilitate the appropriation of learning and make the evaluation process more effective.
The dynamics of the course will be based on the individual content review, which will allow the participant to learn about the relationship between civil society and governments on climate change agendas. Each module has an evaluation with a percentage of incidence on the total points that the participant must achieve to pass the course.
As it is a self-regulated course, it is essential that the participant is constant and systematic with the weekly dedication time required by the course, hence its regular connection to the virtual classroom is particularly critical.
Texts, audiovisual material and hyperlinks are distributed throughout the course; the review of most of them is mandatory, since their analysis is essential to carry out the evaluations of each module. Other resources whose reading is highly recommended are also made available, as they aim to consolidate acquired learning and enrich the perspective on the contents studied. The course structure and schedule shown below contains the homework schedule for the weeks of the course.
The course requires approximately 24 hours of work distributed along its 6 weeks duration. The weekly workload will therefore be between 3 and 5 hours.
This course is targeted at citizens and representatives from civil society organizations as well as local, provincial and national government officials and private sector individuals involved in or wishing to participate in climate agenda initiatives in their countries. Accordingly, participants should preferably:
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Upon completion of the INDES online course, participants receive a certificate according to the following conditions:
Head of the Inter-American Institute for Economic and Social Development
Head of Citizen Engagement and Civil Society
Vice-Presidency for Countries, IDB
Coordinator of the Citizen Engagement Training Program
Vicepresidencia de Países, IDB
Coordinator, Virtual Classroom
Coordinator, Virtual Course
Module 1. Information
Module 2. Dialogue
Module 3. Consultation
Module 4. Collaboration
Module 5. Partnerships