The World Bank Institute launched an “e-Institute” in July 2011 which is designed to support self-motivated learners to get up to speed on the latest development trends, enhance their skill-sets, and share knowledge through on-line learning communities.
New courses on cross-cutting themes will featured regularly in addition to monthly webinars and other free resources.
Earlier this year, professionals, newcomers, and students of marketing in Bali, Indonesia assembled for a five-week capacity-building course on marketing concept and strategy, organized by Tokyo Development Learning Center and GDLN Indonesia.
Videoconference-based distance learning lectures were provided by ChuSanRen, the Central Japan Industries Association, Japan’s nationwide management specialists’ association of 800 companies and organizations.
This summer, Tokyo Development Learning Center put together a five-week capacity-building distance learning seminar series “Improving Manufacturing Productivity” for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Africa, in collaboration with GDLN Distance Learning Centers.
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