Free e-learning course: Sustainable Energy for Small Island Developing States

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A free e-learning course on Sustainable Energy for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) is being offered by the Centre of Excellence (COE) for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States in collaboration with Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, and the Hamburg Open Online University:

Free online course “Sustainable Energy for SIDS (the policy-maker edition)”

Register and enroll at: www.SE4SIDS.ORG

Timeframe: 5 weeks, starting on 5th February to 11th March 2018

Main target group: SIDS energy policy-makers on strategic and operational levels; master students from related disciplines (e.g. policy or development economics)

This interdisciplinary course is a stand-alone course specifically designed for policy-makers. It can be taken parallel to work or study over a period of five weeks (2 Feb to 11 Mar 2018). Although everyone is welcome to join (open access, free of charge), this course is designed for a specific audience, i.e. policy-makers seeking to better grasp the interdisciplinarity of the topic and wanting to practice policy evaluation skills that may serve valuable in daily operations.

Find out more at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences’ Digital Learning for Sustainable Development website.

 

[Image via se4sids.org]

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