Agence Française de Développement (AFD) The goal of LeAD Campus is to identify the current and future leaders of Africa, develop their skills and projects so to help them contribute to a sustainable and inclusive growth across the continent. The LeAD Campus programme equips high-potential Africans with the skills to develop their leadership, their vision and their business.
This bilingual certificate-awarding training programme lasts for 6 months. The programme is a co-development of 4 African and French institutions. It is overseen and implemented in partnership with business operating on the African continent. Whether you come from the north, south, east or west of the African continent, from an English or French speaking country and work in the private or the public sector, LeAD Campus is for you.
Duration of the training programme: 6 months including 15 days of on-site training and remote training (e-learning, distant mentorship, development of the individual executive project).
ETH Zürich, Centre for Development and Cooperation (NADEL) Rooted in Switzerland’s own unique and strong system, vocational education and training (VET) has been one of the key pillars in Swiss international cooperation ever since its beginnings. After a slack period, VET is back on the agenda of international cooperation. The aim of the module is to strengthen the competence in portfolio management for VET, skills development and labor market policies.
Key Topics - Basic concepts and terms, both in the German-speaking and Anglo-American traditions - Differences and commonalities between VET and neighboring systems - Planning, assessment and counseling of VET interventions with different objectives: economic development, poverty alleviation, creation of self-employment or systems development - Analysis of VET as a cooperation system of stakeholders with different duties, interests and competencies - Swissness and specific Swiss strengths in VET: potentials and limitations of transferring the dual VET system to other socio-cultural and economic contexts - Background, the potential use and the limitations of (national) qualification frameworks
School of International Development, University of East Anglia (DEV) We are able to provide individuals and small groups with customised programmes and study tours tailored to individual professional needs. Topics Programmes can be arranged in most development related subjects. Recent examples have focussed on: Climate change and governance; Monitoring and evaluation of development projects; Gender and development; Management information systems. We can provide tailor-made study sessions, guided reading and seminar style discussions with members of the School of International Development teaching faculty and research team plus wider access to staff throughout the university. Members have extensive experience in North Africa, most countries of sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, South and South East Asia and the Far East, Central and South America, the Caribbean, the Pacific and Europe.