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This learning series will explore leading organizational transition to support gender mainstreaming in your institution. Globally, change affects education and training institutions in a variety of ways, such as meeting labour market demands and gender mainstreaming processes and programs. TVET systems and institutions need to address the short- and medium-term impact of the current status of gender mainstreaming in TVET by scaling up TVET solutions and formulating responses that reflect long-term sustainability.

Niagara College has developed change management seminars that will be delivered to partners from Kenyan TVET partner institutions, supporting them to handle the changes related to gender mainstreaming. Topics that will be explored include personal awareness of change, communication/planning tools of change, change challenges and inclusion and gender equality.

The comprehensive Learning Series will inform participants from Kenyan partner institutions on: 
  1. Change management 
  2. Handling changes related to gender mainstreaming 
  3. Minimizing negative impacts of change on organizations and teams 
  4. Seizing opportunities in the working and learning environment to promote gender mainstreaming

Bhutan Brew Academy

This beginner course aims to graduate learners who are not only proficient in the English language but also are knowledgeable about relevant world issues that matter to them while also equipping them with 21 Century skills that are vital for success in today's knowledge-based environment.

El Programa de Capacitación en Investigación e Innovación Aplicadas consta de cuatro componentes: capacitación teórica (incluidos 7 cursos teóricos de investigación aplicada facilitados por expertos en la materia de Niagara College (NC), desarrollo del plan operativo, un proyecto final y una serie de 3 foros que destacar las mejores prácticas y procesos en investigación aplicada e innovación en México, Colombia y Canadá. El aprendizaje asincrónico incluirá materiales de lectura, vídeos, exámenes cortos de opción múltiple y un foro de aprendizaje. El programa estará disponible a través de Moodle, donde se almacenarán los materiales del curso. Las sesiones sincrónicas son sesiones interactivas en vivo que se realizarán mediante la plataforma Zoom. 

This Moodle course will provide you with an overview of all of the supports that the GEP team is happy to offer you before, during, and after your trip.


This tiny course can help you get started if you are new to Moodle.

Result-based Management (RBM) is a project life cycle management used by UNESCO-UNEVOC and the broader development community globally including Canada’s Global Affairs Canada. RBM integrates strategy, people, resources, processes, and measurements. It is a powerful tool for decision making, transparency, and accountability. It is focused on achieving outcomes, performance measurement, learning, and adapting. 


This learning series will explore leading organizational transition to support gender mainstreaming in your institution. Globally, change affects education and training institutions in a variety of ways, such as meeting labour market demands and gender mainstreaming processes and programs. TVET systems and institutions need to address the short- and medium-term impact of the current status of gender mainstreaming in TVET by scaling up TVET solutions and formulating responses that reflect long-term sustainability.

Niagara College has developed change management seminars that will be delivered to partners from Kenyan TVET partner institutions, supporting them to handle the changes related to gender mainstreaming. Topics that will be explored include personal awareness of change, communication/planning tools of change, change challenges and inclusion and gender equality.

The comprehensive Learning Series will inform participants from Kenyan partner institutions on: 
  1. Change management 
  2. Handling changes related to gender mainstreaming 
  3. Minimizing negative impacts of change on organizations and teams 
  4. Seizing opportunities in the working and learning environment to promote gender mainstreaming