|OpenAIRE CoP training coordinators||
The Community of Practice for Training Coordinators (CoP) is an informal network to share training experiences initiated by a group of people who coordinate training programmes of research and e-infrastructures. This initiative of starting a Community of Practice for training coordinators aims to map out the training activities of various pan-European, EOSC-related initiatives and strengthen their training capacity by improved alignment, sharing experiences and good practices, initiating cross-infrastructure training activities.
Living for Tomorrow (reg. 80107048) was founded on August 17, 1999. The organisation was created by people looking for ways to transform Sexual Health Education and Human Trafficking prevention: engage gender-sensitive active learning, make it inclusive, acceptable, interesting and comprehensible.
Among its publications, this NGO offers Guidance for Training the Trainers with useful tips and methodologies to conduct Train-The-Trainer sessions.
|New Mexico Broadband Program||
The New Mexico Department of Information Technology was created in 2007 to provide state government a strong technical foundation to better serve its citizens and to create more accountability and efficiency in the information technology arena. The new Department is focused on providing excellent service to its customers.
Within its training resources, the New Mexico Department of Information Technology offers "Broadband Train the Trainer Toolkit", a resource for developing trainings in Basic and Business Digital Literacy. These toolkits are self-contained packagez providing the information, guidance, and materials needed for an institution, organization, community group, or individual to deliver trainings in digital literacy and business success.
Geneva Center for Security Center Governance (DCAF) is dedicated to making states and people safer, within a framework of democratic governance, the rule of law and respect for human rights. Since 2000, the Centre has facilitated, driven and shaped security sector reform (SSR) policy and programming around the world.
DCAF creates innovative knowledge products, promotes norms and good practices, and provides legal and policy advice. DCAF supports capacity building of state, civil society and private sector stakeholders by providing access to independent expertise and information on Security Sector Governance and Reform (SSG/R).
DCAF's publications include a number of toolkits for trainers, training tips, and training modules on security issues.
INASP in an international development organization with over 25 years’ experience of working with a global network of partners in Africa, Latin America and Asia.
INASP believes that research and knowledge have a crucial role to play in addressing global challenges and contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To realize this potential, INASP works in partnership to strengthen the capacity of individuals and institutions to produce, share and use research and knowledge, in support of national development. INASP promotes equity by actively addressing the needs of both men and women across all our work and addressing issues of power within the research and knowledge system.
Within its publications, INASP offers a train-the-trainer toolkit .
For two decades, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has been helping make the world safer from drugs, organized crime, corruption and terrorism. UNODC is committed to achieving health, security and justice for all by tackling these threats and promoting peace and sustainable well-being as deterrents to them.
One of the pillars of UNODC's work is e-learning. Within this framework, UNODC has prepared a handout with soft skills for trianers and various exercises examples to make the training more interactive and engage the audience.
|NHS Education for Scotland||
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) is an education and training body and a special health board within NHS Scotland, with responsibility of developing and delivering education and training for the healthcare workforce in Scotland.
Within its Education and Training Programme, NES offer the Train-TheTrainer Toolkit with information on training methodologies and training development.
Alison is one of the world’s largest free learning platforms for education and skills training. It is a for-profit social enterprise dedicated to making it possible for anyone, to study anything, anywhere, at any time, for free online, at any subject level. Through our mission we are a catalyst for positive social change, creating opportunity, prosperity, and equality for everyone.
Alison's range of free online Humanities courses covers a wide range of subjects. From courses on the social sciences, psychology courses, and history courses, to courses on personal development, geography, and politics, the Humanities contains knowledge that can be used by all mankind. This is because learning the Humanities is about exploring the world around you so that you can see it, and yourself, through new eyes.
|FOSTER Open Sciences: Courses||
FOSTER Plus (Fostering the practical implementation of Open Science in Horizon 2020 and beyond) is a 2-year, EU-funded project, carried out by 11 partners across 6 countries. The primary aim is to contribute to a real and lasting shift in the behaviour of European researchers to ensure that Open Science (OS) becomes the norm.
The FOSTER portal is an e-learning platform that brings together the best training resources addressed to those who need to know more about Open Science, or need to develop strategies and skills for implementing Open Science practices in their daily workflows. Here you will find a growing collection of training materials. Many different users - from early-career researchers, to data managers, librarians, research administrators, and graduate schools - can benefit from the portal. In order to meet their needs, the existing materials will be extended from basic to more advanced-level resources. In addition, discipline-specific resources will be created.
|CESSDA Data Management Expert Guide||
The Data Management Expert Guide is designed by European experts from the CESSDA Training Working Group to help social science researchers make their research data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR).
The guide is written for social science researchers who are in an early stage of practising research data management. With this guide, CESSDA wants to contribute to professionalism in data management and increase the value of research data.
The guide leads through the research data lifecycle from planning, organising, documenting, processing, storing and protecting data to sharing and publishing them. Taking the whole roundtrip will take approximately 15 hours.
Particular specialties of the guide is a focus on European diversity (for example in data protection legislation, research ethics, research funder DMP requirements, etc), developing a Data Management Plan as you progress through the guide, and topical expert tips.