Our handbooks are designed to contain all the information you need in one well-structured document. We make sure to provide you with a concise reference booklet covering your particular subject.
We design instructional tools that allow learners to quickly remember or access information as the need-to-know arises. Strong visual components on instructional cards, charts or posters give a large amount of information at one glance.
Learning apps can be used differently depending on the learners’ needs. It can include gamification tools, responsive online courses, just-in-time resources and sharing spaces. An app can also be made in a way that once it is downloaded, it is available offline.
Communities of practice
Learning is more sustainable in the community. We create online community learning and sharing spaces for peer-exchange, coaching, mentoring and long-term learning support. The online communities allow the participants to have more flexibility that facilitates a long-term commitment.
Comic Books - Peace Pillar project
UNITAR has developed engaging comic books in French and Spanish for its projects with youth in Colombia and the DRC. The comics are meant to support communities, families and young people to better protect children at risk of being (re-)recruited by armed groups and criminal gangs. Read or download them below:
Facilitation Toolbox - Peace Pillar project
UNITAR Facilitation Toolbox builds on the specific expertise of UNITAR and brings together contributions from the Institute’s different units and programmes, as well as external partners. It focuses on how to design and deliver adult training and professional learning; how to monitor and evaluate their impact on behaviour; and how to capitalize on capacity development.
The Toolbox is presented as a practice-oriented, easy to use repository of knowledge and techniques to support you with the design and delivery of training. It is composed of seven chapters – each answering a specific question – plus the appendices. The Toolbox is available in English and French.>
The Toolbox addresses both non-experienced and experienced trainers. If you are new to the field of training, this Toolbox will provide you with guidance and structure to get a grasp of the basics of the instructional process. If you are more experienced, you may find particularly useful the tips and tricks presented throughout the pages, the wide variety of methodologies and the various templates.
For any queries and requests related to the content and use of the Toolbox, please reach out to our Learning Solutions team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Move Your Training Online - Peace Pillar project
Do you need to move your #training online? Has your face-to-face event been cancelled or postponed? Do you need to create an online learning event in a short time fame?
While we all #StayHome, moving events and training online is more important than ever. But how do we do it and what are important considerations to bare in mind?
40 simple and ready-to-use methodological tips that will make your online training event a success.
Designing Learning Events
UNITAR's Learning Solutions team takes you through the whole process of training design with guiding questions for both face-to-face and online learning events.
Online Facilitation Cards - Peace Pillar project
Facilitation and participation in online events can often be challenging. Technical difficulties, participants interrupting each other as well as the challenges to make learning interactive, meaningful and engaging all result
in the online space being somewhat tricky to manoeuvre. These cards were created to allow for more effective communication and smoother online meetings for both facilitators and participants, as well as enhancing interactivity and engagement. They also allow for more inclusion within discussions making sure that everyone is heard.
These facilitation cards are a set of printable and digital images that can be used to visually facilitate meetings, workshops and learning events taking place online. There are three versions that can be used separately or combined, depending on the context:
- Smartphone version (people show their phone screens to their webcams).
- Print-out version (Printing the cards to use instead of phones)
- Hand Signals (People use their hands to communicate).
Download the full set of UNITAR Online Facilitation Cards.