MOOCs Courses by UNITAR, IMF & IBRD

 
MOOCs Courses by UNITAR, IMF & IBRD
MOOCs Courses by UNITAR, IMF & IBRD

What are MOOCs?

Online courses with open enrollment and no cost are known as Massive Open Online MOOCs Courses. To advance your profession, pick up new skills, and provide high-quality educational experiences at scale, MOOCs Courses offer a flexible and affordable alternative.

Millions of people all over the world utilize MOOCs to study for a variety of reasons, including professional progression, career change, college preparation, supplemental learning, lifelong learning, corporate eLearning & training, and more.

Introduction to UNITAR

The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) is the United Nations' main training branch that works on every continent. Through information and education, we enable people, governments, and organizations to successfully address today's global challenges. In order to improve the performance of the UN through suitable training and research, UNITAR was formed in 1963 by the UN General Assembly.

In order to improve global decision-making and promote national action for securing a brighter future, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) offers cutting-edge learning solutions to individuals, companies, and institutions.

Free and open to the public courses are provided by UNITAR throughout the year or on a regular basis. Please see the list of courses below for further details.

INTEGRATED PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE AND BIODIVERSITY

The MOOCs Courses are divided into four modules: regional planning for harmony and connectedness; integrating land use, climate change, and biodiversity; inter-sectoral and inter-institutional collaboration; public engagement in decision-making. After enrollment, it can be finished in 4 months. 

HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT

The knowledge acquired via the MOOCs Courses is useful to all stakeholders who are curious to learn about the key facets of the interaction between human rights and the environment. Participants will be awarded a joint UNITAR-UN Environment certificate upon satisfactory completion.

UNITAR GHS E-LEARNING COURSE

Chemical hazards classification and communication systems are key elements of the sound management of chemicals. To harmonize these systems worldwide, the United Nations adopted 2003 the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). The GHS is an important tool for countries to develop or modify national programs and facilitate trade. 

UNITAR FEATURED ON THE EURONEWS LEARNING WORLD PROGRAMME - SPECIAL EDITION ON "TEACHING PEACE"

UNITAR was featured on Euro news Learning World's special edition on "Teaching Peace." Ms. Trisha Riedy, the manager of the Peacemaking and Conflict Prevention Programme, discussed how UNITAR contributes to peace processes by providing advanced training in conflict analysis, negotiation, and mediation skills to practitioners worldwide, including mid and senior-level government officials, regional organizations, and United Nations staff, and indigenous peoples' representatives.

IMF Courses

The IMF seeks to ensure long-term growth and prosperity for all 190 of its member countries. It accomplishes this by promoting economic policies that encourage financial stability and monetary cooperation, both of which are necessary for increasing productivity, job creation, and economic well-being.

The IMF was founded in 1944 in the aftermath of the 1930s Great Depression. The forty-four founding members intended to establish a framework for international economic cooperation. Today, its membership includes 190 countries, with workers from 150 countries.

The IMF is regulated and accountable to its worldwide membership of 190 countries.

Free online courses from The International Monetary Fund

The International Monetary Fund MOOCs

Browse free online MOOCs Courses in a variety of subjects. The International Monetary Fund courses found below can be audited for free or students can choose to receive a verified certificate for a small fee. Select a course to learn more.

Financial Market Analysis

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Learn the financial principles that are vital for both investors and policymakers.

Macro econometric Forecasting

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Learn how to create and assess forecasting models to predict macroeconomic variables such as inflation and economic growth.

Macroeconomics of Climate Change: Science, Economics, and Policies

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Learn about the science and economics of climate change, the global climate action framework, and how the IMF addresses climate change challenges.

Public Financial Management

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What is the government budget cycle? How should governments prepare policy-oriented budgets? How to hold governments accountable? Learn from an IMF team who advises on budget management and hear testimonies from ministers of finance and civil society.

Macroeconomic Diagnostics

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Through MOOCs Courses, learn to assess a country’s macroeconomic situation utilizing practical tools that will help you engage in day-to-day macroeconomic analysis.

Financial Programming and Policies, Part 1: Macroeconomic Accounts & Analysis

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MOOCs Courses on macroeconomic accounts, their interrelationships, and the analysis of economic developments.

Revenue Forecasting and Analysis

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The course, presented by the IMF Fiscal Affairs Department, provides hands-on learning to help students build foundational knowledge on the various quantitative models and techniques that can be used to forecast revenues and conduct tax policy analysis, while also exploring related issues such as the characteristics of a sound institutional framework and the key principles of tax policymaking.

Monetary Policy Analysis and Forecasting

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Learn about the macroeconomic motivation of the quarterly projection model (QPM), its key properties, model calibration, data filtration, and how to implement the QPM in MATLAB software in order to learn and understand practical model building and model operation as it is usually done in central banks.

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Financial Development and Financial Inclusion

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Learn how to develop an efficient, inclusive, and stable financial sector that is essential for a thriving economy.

Several other free online courses in a range of disciplines are available. Click to register

Open Learning Campus of IBRD (The World Bank)

To overcome development obstacles and achieve the World Bank Group's twin objectives of eradicating poverty and fostering shared prosperity, learning is essential. Whether it's food security or Ebola epidemics, several interrelated elements frequently pose a hurdle to the advancement of civilization. Change is necessary to mitigate these factors, and this change can be fueled by ongoing learning.

The Open Learning Campus (OLC) empowers people with the knowledge and talents to take on the most difficult development issues by offering dynamic learning opportunities where various audiences can learn at their own speed and acquire the knowledge they need. The landscape of education is likewise shifting due to technology. By providing a comprehensive learning curriculum with more accessibility and improved student experiences, the OLC aids in scaling development learning. The Open Learning Campus platform of the World Bank Group is centered on how enhanced learning, attained through more cooperation and new tools like the OLC, contributes an efficient global development.

Measuring Income and Wealth Through Household Surveys

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The MOOCs Courses primarily address two issues: first, it provides a conceptual framework for comprehending the relationships among household consumption, income, and wealth and their significance for determining living standards; and second, it provides guidelines for designing surveys and gathering data in the particular context of household income and wealth modules.

PPPs in Pakistan: The Road Ahead

The Infrastructure Project Development Facility (IPDF) was established in May 2006 by the Ministry of Finance, Government of Pakistan, to speed up the planning and completion of PPP contracts. The IPDF was tasked with assisting Implementing Agencies in enhancing their PPP proposals, getting them ready for tendering, and managing the bidding process. There was also established a PPP policy Task Force (TF) made up of top officials from Ministries and Provinces as well as experts from the private sector. Additionally, somewhat more progressive governments, like the one in Sindh, started an initiative to develop a framework for a policy as well as a pipeline for projects. One of the few provinces in Pakistan with both a pipeline and completed projects in Sindh. In this webinar, the national government and the Government of Sindh will be the main emphasis as we examine the benefits and drawbacks of the PPP program in Pakistan.

Measuring Consumption Through Household Surveys

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The theoretical foundations of measuring living standards are thoroughly reviewed in this course, along with instructions for designing questionnaires and gathering data to quantify household consumption and expenditure in household surveys. The resources were made to be used by lecturers or teachers, but they can also be used by anyone who wants to learn on their own. Higher education instructors are encouraged to modify the course materials, including the syllabus, instructor manual, and training slides, to suit their particular teaching requirements.

There many more MOOCs Courses are available on the IBRD website- Click to view

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