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Course: Women Leadership in ODL

By 26th February 2024No Comments2 min read

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About this course

This online course ‘Women Leadership in ODL’, has been developed by the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) as a follow up to its face-to-face training programme for ‘Women in Leadership in ODL Organisations’ and to respond to the needs of women in leadership positions in Non-Government and Civil Society Organizations.

As women leaders are advocating for more inclusive and accessible digital learning platforms catering to diverse learning needs, they are championing the use of technology in education promoting digital literacy and fostering a culture of continuous learning. This push towards digital learning is not just about integrating technology into education; it’s about transforming the way we learn and empowering women to participate in the digital world.

With a commitment to advancing diversity and inclusivity, and to respecting, protecting, and fulfilling rights, COL leverages its vast experience of seeing women leaders in action who have transformed societies through formal and non-formal education to bring leadership awareness to a broad number of women across the widest possible geographical area.

Who is the target audience?

This course is designed for mid-career women working in ODL institutions, and women who are aspiring to take up leadership in ODL and ICT-based fields.

To register:

Go to http://tinyurl.com/4kaf45t6

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