The UN Women Training Centre is pleased to announce the publication of its 2015 Annual Report. The Report highlights the work and activities carried out by the Training Centre in 2015, a year of great growth and evolution for the Training Centre courses and its eLearning Campus. The Report details results from the 27 courses offered by the UN Women Training Centre. It also highlights the role of the Training Centre as a training resource hub by delivering Training of Trainers and holding and Expert Group Meeting on Training for Gender Equality.
By the end of 2015, the Training Centre had trained over 26,000 people from 183 countries through courses in their different modalities: self-paced, moderated, blended and face to face. The eLearning Campus itself grew over 154% compared to the previous year.
The UN Women Training Centre is constantly updating its activities to offer new sub-themes related to gender equality and to expand the languages its courses, tools and services are available in.
The eLearning Campus offers a flexible learning experience that adapts to the needs of each person. While online courses allow the users to access content at their own pace, at any time and from anywhere, face-to-face courses allow the contents to be modified in the participants' context and allow for a comprehensive training experience with a focus on group knowledge sharing and analysis.
To learn more about the result achieved by the UN Women Training Center in 2015, browse through the full Annual Report here.