Training Opportunities

Through partnerships, the OAS is able to offer training tailored for executing agencies of DCF-funded projects. This offer responds to Member States’ call to the Organization to provide support, technical assistance and guidance to strengthen the local capacity of executing agencies in designing and fine-tuning the various activities of the programs developed under the Fund. To this end, the main focus of the training offered in this section is project design, management, monitoring and evaluation. In order to provide a broad range of training options, some of these offerings are free of charge and others require payment. We encourage executing agencies to explore the range of training options available.

IDB - IDBx MOOC: Project Management Techniques for Development Professionals
This course provides concepts and tools to apply in project management that can generate a substantial change in the way objectives are being met. This MOOC seeks to strengthen participants’ capacities in project management for development, so that projects can be effectively and efficiently executed. What You’ll Learn: – Project management international standards and tools – Basic project management concepts and techniques – PM4R methodology developed by IDB team for project management – How to identify success factors based on experiences How do I obtain PDUs from the PMI? You can obtain professional development units (PDUs) by completing the course satisfactorily and submitting the verified identity certificate. As a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), INDES has been approved by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® to grant professional development units. Live Experts: Every week experts will answer questions asked by the course participants. Sign up and participate! Format: Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) Start date: April 26, 2016 Duration: 5 weeks Prerequisites: None Cost:  Free  If you have any questions about this course, click on this link for a guide to register for the course or you can write to idbx@iadb.org for more information.