DSA Members' Courses & Training
University of Reading
‘Engaging with Controversies in the Food System’
New, FREE, Online Open Course (MOOC) launches
Starts Monday 6th April 2020
Read more and join the course here.
Graduate Institute of Intentional Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE)
We offer a diverse range of programmes grouped thematically into International xDevelopment, Applied Economics and Marketing, and Agriculture. GIIDAE strives to equip students with the knowledge and tools that will enable them to be part of solution as they help to tackle the 21st century’s global challenges.
Programmes include various courses under wider categories such as: International Development, Agriculture and Applied Economics and Marketing. You can view the full list of course and details here.
School of International Development, University of East Anglia
Free online short course
The School of International Development at UEA are running their free online short course starting on Monday 4th May 2020. Aimed at inspiring the next generation of practitioners and researchers, the course, titled What is International Development? is a broad introduction, exploring some of the key concepts, challenges, and debates facing the discipline. Based on an approximate 2 hour a week study schedule, learners will cover topics such as urbanisation, health, demography, and media. Find out more and register your interest.
Professional Training short courses - POSTPONED
- Climate Change and Development – POSTPONED to 2-6 November 2020
- Land Use and Climate Change – POSTPONED – New dates to be announced
- Water Security for Policy Makers and Practitioners – POSTPONED – 7-11 June 2021
Join us to take advance of our research-led programmes, which seek to educate and promote discussion and networking between you and our world-leading researchers. You will receive cutting edge training on the most pertinent and relevant topics in international development. Find out more.
CIDT, University of Wolverhampton
Civil Society: Representation, Activism and Influence
A new training programme for organisations promoting change in the forest sector. This training aims to critically explore the role of civil society actors in promoting good governance; the challenges and tensions inherent in that role; and practical strategies and skills for influencing change.
Department of Development Studies and the Department of Economics, SOAS
Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS)
Global Health Msc – Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS)
Do you want to understand the complex determinants of health and ill-health in a globalised world and their potential solutions? Graduates from this course will have the skills to work as global health practitioners, policy makers, consultants or researchers within NGOs, governments and international health and development agencies. For more information visit the BSMS website.
Up to July, Bond will be delivering all its in-person courses online, so you can now access training from anywhere in the world. Online courses include live sessions (using Zoom) as well as individual and group activities on the Bond learning platform.
The courses have been redesigned to ensure you get the same level of interaction and facilitator support as you would in the training room, and to support you further during this time of change, we have reduced the cost of courses by 20%. Explore the online training programme including courses on safeguarding, M&E, funding and advocacy.