The online instructor-led courses are offered in a personalized mode with no more than 30 students in each class. Start and finish dates are clearly marked. Besides the online tools used for interaction in the virtual environment, courses provide students with continuous support from a technical assistant, the tutor and a program coordinator, who are experts in the course topics, and are able to offer effective feedback in all course activities and promote relevant discussion.
ABOUT THIS COURSE:
This course aims at strengthening the working operation and processes involved in organizational change so that Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) directors and professionals can influence the improvement of management and performance for organizations and institutional standards. The objective of this course is to create an understanding of the theoretical-conceptual framework and the dynamics of the process for change in people and organizations. This will aid in directing the focus of those people and organizations involved, and in creating models that will allow a diagnosis, design and implementation of processes for change that will contribute to the improvement of more effective management and institutional development.
This course is directed toward those who work in Latin American and Caribbean governmental and non-governmental organizations.Participants should: exercise managerial responsibility in organizations or social programs, preferably in the area of strengthening or developing institutional change processes in their own organization, program or project, Have completed higher education.
COST & REIMBURSEMENTS:
The full fee for this course is USD$140.00. This course is almost fully subsidized by IDB (Inter-American Development Bank). We offer a 50% discount for an early bird payment. Early bird fee is USD$70.00. After the full fee will be charged.
Participants will pay the corresponding amount to register in the course (no refunds), which will allow them access to the INDES (Inter-American Institute for Social and Economic Development) virtual classroom, to its resources, to ongoing mentoring by the teachers/tutors, technical support for the virtual platform and a certificate of course completion, for those participants earning a point total of 65 or more. Each participant is responsible for his or her own costs for Internet access. It should be emphasized that this fee does not cover the entire cost for the course; IDB, through its regional technical cooperation program, covers the balance of the applicable fees.