The implementation of the Online Course is part of the pledges made by the Institute during the last Global Refugee Forum, in support of the Global Compact on Refugees, in particular with reference to the enhancement of capacities and skills of Governmental Training Institutions and Academia. Applicants to this Online Course must be already familiar with International Refugee Law and related branches of law. The main objective of the Online Course is to enhance the skills of trainers and academics through the sharing of the latest learning methodologies, with a focus in particular on the design and delivery of online trainings.
In particular, the Course is structured around two types of sessions:
- Content-related sessions on key areas of the Global Compact on Refugees, each of them using a different teaching methodology (lecture, presentation, case study, group work, role play, e-learning, pre-recorded video, etc.);
- Methodological sessions, dedicated to the analysis of the approaches and techniques used in the content-related classes.
- Enseignant: Beanta Alberink