Welcome to the learning platform of the online course on Partnership Brokering!
You can consider this as your “backpack” for your journey with us. Here you can find everything you need for the duration of the course. Please scroll down for:
- Course objectives
- Logistics of the course
- Session dates and times
- Zoom links to the sessions
- The training groups
- Learning Groups
To get you going before the course starts, we recommend that you read the Brokering Better Partnerships Handbook page 4-7 and complete the Pre-Course Module, so that we can set off from a common ground. Also Check out the course guide. You can find pre-course information and the course guide in the top two buttons on the menu on the right.
Each session will require specific preparation and post-webinar work, and this is outlined in the menu on the right-hand side.
You will see menu buttons for each of the sessions. There we will point you to relevant materials (to read, to watch, to reflect on or to do) for each session and we will upload slides and other materials we used during the sessions there.
So, let’s get started! Proceed to pre-course material and session 1.
Session dates and times
All sessions for Group PB4 start at 14:00 CEST / 12:00 UTC:
All sessions for Group PB5 start at 9:00 CEST / 7:00 UTC:
Zoom links for all sessions:
Zoom link PB4 (time 14.00-17.00 CEST)
Meeting ID: 864 3821 0219
Zoom link PB5 (time 09.00-12.00 CEST)
Meeting ID: 876 6928 4923
The training groups:
PB4 (time 14.00-17.00 CEST):
PB5 (time 09.00-12.00 CEST):
We would like to draw your attention to the leaning Forum (linked at the bottom of the right hand menu). This is private for the participants of PB4 and PB5, and us two, to be able to share, explore and probe with each other in between the sessions and between the two session groups (PB4 & PB5). We encourage you to visit this regularly, post ideas/questions/comments, and respond to those of others, so as to create an additional vibrant learning opportunity for all. Learning groups can also share their insights and questions there. This will help cross learning between all learning groups.