Climate Change Awareness in Small Island Developing States E-Learning Course

The Climate Change Awareness In Small Island Developing States e-learning course is based on the ‘climate change awareness’ component of the Caribbean Climate Change Adaptation Toolkit, which was developed by the IFRC Caribbean Disaster Risk Management Reference Centre (CADRIM) and is complementary to several regional and global training and publications produced on this subject.

The course is taught in online mode through the Virtual Campus of the Red Cross, which students access by connecting to the Internet when most convenient to them based on time zone and availability. The course will be tutored and moderated by specialists from the Red Cross as well as partner organisations that will support the participants in the teaching-learning process with individual and continuous monitoring, encouraging participation and collaborative learning, taking advantage of all the tools provided by this virtual training platform: Forums, Chat, Interactive Content, Case Studies, Discussion Forums, Self-Assessment Test, Links to External Websites, Infographics, Videos, Bibliography, News, etc.

This Climate Change E-learning Course consists of 25 hours of training and is taught online for 5 weeks from September 11 to October 22, 2017.

Participants who successfully complete the Course will be awarded with a Certificate in “Climate Change Awareness” by the Caribbean Disaster Risk Management Reference Centre (CADRIM) and the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre.

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