This practice-oriented online course from 29 October until 23 November 2018 will explore the strategies and tools that local authorities can use to promote sustainable and inclusive economic growth.
Unlike most e-courses, this training will make use of The Hague Academy’s problem–based and collaborative learning methods. Participants will exchange ideas and experiences with fellow professionals, participate in thoughtful assignments and receive personal feedback from key experts in the field of LED.
“LED is a powerful tool to engage stakeholders in shaping the future of their locality to promote sustainable economic growth that benefits all groups in the community. This course provides a unique opportunity to master the key concepts and tools for an LED process and consider how to adapt these to the specific needs of your own locality and at the same time share your insights and learn from colleagues around the world. I’m looking forward to working with you all!”
Ruth Rennie, International LED expert
- The course fee is € 525.
- Space is limited to 25 participants and applicants will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
- The course is designed for development workers, local and regional officials, and ministry-level professionals.
- Course graduates will receive an accredited certificate of achievement from The Hague Academy for Local Governance.
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