International WaterCentre Online Training

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International WaterCentre Online Training

The International WaterCentre was founded with the vision of harnessing the diverse expertise of the world’s leading water professionals, to educate and empower individuals, communities and organisations, to build capacity to respond to water challenges in innovative ways. This year, IWC is offering four Online Training programs to help enhance your skills in the water sector.

Introduction to WASH for Development
This online training course will provide those starting their career or preparing for project work in the WASH sector with the fundamental principles and approaches to better engage and support efforts to work towards achieving SDG6.
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Introduction to Integrated Water Management
In this online training course you will be given an introduction to the theory and principles of Integrated Water Management (IWM) and will investigate the conceptual frameworks used to critically analyse water management problems and identify sustainable solutions.
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Water Reform and Governance
What are some examples of failure in water governance and what have been the consequences? How have governments learnt from past failures and can we identify principles that can inform better governance decisions? How can we better engage across sectors to ensure ownership and support for reforms? In this online training course, we will explore these questions and draw on practical examples to demonstrate how water reform processes are successful when they are context driven, inclusive of direct and indirect users of water, take a whole-of-water-cycle approach to reform, and deeply consider multiple societal outcomes.
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WASH and Behaviour Change
This course gives participants the knowledge and skills they need to effectively incorporate behaviour strategies into WASH program design and delivery. By helping to foster an understanding of when behaviour change strategies should be integrated into WASH programs, this course provides the tools to guide the integration of behaviour change into WASH programs.
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