Available courses

    Collection, Analysis and Utilization of Data on Violence Against Women and Girls in Africa_English V2

    The purpose of the course is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and institutions to systematically, consistently and regularly collect, analyze, utilize data related to violence against women and girls (VAWG) in line with international and regional standards to inform laws, policies, and programs, and to track progress towards national, regional, and continental commitments to end VAWG. 

    Introduction to Moodle

    Initial course in APHRC Virtual Staff Academy to lead Facilitators to navigate the Moodle LMS environment.

    Facillitators: Sandy Hirtz

    From Paper to Moodle

    From Paper to Moodle takes you step-by-step through the process of building in Moodle the content designed in your blueprint, focusing on consistency and adding variety to increase learner engagement.

    Once the courses have been developed, course teams will pair up and review each others’ courses and give productive feedback for improvement.

    Facilitating Online Learning

    Facilitating Online Learning (FOL) explores adult and online learning principles, techniques, and technologies to support student learning and instructor presence. It offers engaging learning experiences that explore approaches, understandings, and solutions to help you become an effective online facilitator. It is grounded in research about teaching and learning online and will give you the opportunity to discuss, practice, and develop your ability to confidently and effectively facilitate online learning.

    Facilitator: Sandy Hirtz

    Online Instructional Design

    In this course you will use an instructional design model to design and plan your blended bichronous course. The end result will be a blueprint with organized content ready for transferring to the Moodle LMS environment.

    Reframing Training for APHRC

    Welcome to this course on reframing training, where we will introduce you to the process of adapting your training methods from in-person to a blended bichronous model.