Pacific Flexible Skills Development Online.

Open Online Course with  (PACFOLD)  Accessible version

Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand

 

Pacific Center for Flexible and Open Learning for Development (PACFOLD)

Pacific Center for Flexible and Open Learning for Development (PACFOLD)

Pacific Center for Flexible and Open Learning for Development (PACFOLD)

Pacific Center for Flexible and Open Learning for Development (PACFOLD) is offering this free online course starting early May 2017.

This online course is supported by the University of the South Pacific and the Commonwealth of Learning. It is an exploration of tools and pedagogies for flexible and open learning and will be held between 9th May & 3rd July. It will cover topics such as:

  • ICT in education
  • Skills development
  • Strategy discussion
  • Open education resources
  • Recognition for teachers & institutions
  • Change management

Find out more on the flyer attached and register your interest to participate here.

Contact Matai Tagicaki ‘tagicaki_m@usp.ac.fj’ for more information. Find out more about PACFOLD here.

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11 thoughts on “Pacific Flexible Skills Development Online.

        • YES … indeed it is okay to ask as many questions you want answered in this forum …. but even better, you can join the OER group. If you go to the navigation you will see a tab label GROUP, click on this and you will have options on which groups to join, so click on OER and join. There are alot of information on OER already in that group … but you can also start your own question and answer forum. Looking forward to talking with you in the OER Group. Please get everyone from your office to join the OER group as we can discuss about free quality resources. Vinaka.

  1. I’m Sujeev Kumar recently working in the Technical College of Fiji under Ministry of Education .I am a Baking trainer in school of hospitality of TCF

  2. Hello Sujeev – Welcome to PACFOLD. It is good to have more TVET people with us. How is the gender balance in your classes? I’m guessing predominantly female – would that be correct?
    Regards
    Alison
    COL Education Specialist TVSD

  3. Sir , just want know when will be Pacific Flexible Skills Development online course will start.When I want to log in It says you are a guest.
    need help

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