The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Global eLearning programme delivers a modern form of capacity building targeting governmental officials from Member States through its online and offline platforms.
The UNODC training courses address current security and human threats such as transnational organized crime, illicit drugs, human trafficking, and smuggling of migrants, as well as issues pertaining to border and container control, forensics and laboratories, controlled deliveries, security and travel documents, intelligence, HIV/AIDS, and human rights.
The training is designed to last one hour and ensures that users acquire various levels of knowledge in line with United Nations and international standards. This eLearning platform is a secure and cost effective way to reach any official on the globe and provides additional learning contents through its online library. The modules are developed by UNODC and international substantive experts. The platform is constantly updated with new quality content for learners and trainers' needs.
The UNODC Global eLearning Programme is funded by the governments of Australia (Australian Federal Police and Department of Immigration and Border Protection), Japan, Norway, Sweden, and the United States of America.
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7 August 2015
UNODC eLearning now accessed by over 1000 users
Over 1000 users received access to the public area of the UNODC Global eLearning Platform for training. eLearning users are encouraged to complete the following modules: Human Rights in the Community, Preventing Conflict Using a Human Rights Based Approach and UN cares HIV in the workplace.
16 July 2015
Royal Thai Police Educational Bureau delivered 220 eLearning training to front line officers
During the first six months of this year, RTP-PEB delivered 220 eLearning trainings to front line police officers in Northeast Thailand. PEB is using the Mobile Training Units delivered by UNODC in December 2014 with 76 learning modules in Thai. As of August 2015, PEB will launch further 15 eLearning training courses for 600 officers in southern Thailand. During a meeting with the UNODC staff, PEB Commissioner, Pol. Lt. Gen Promtorn Parkart, stated that UNODC eLearning is effective, compact, and quick to deliver. Trainees also rated the training as highly satisfactory.