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Webinar recording " Introducing CaLP New Capacity Building Courses" is now available!

On 24 January CaLP held a webinar to present its new capacity building courses and learning pathways and showcase CaLP's capacity building reach in 2016 .

The webinar, hosted by Martin Pittman  CaLP’s Global Capacity Building Coordinator and Stephanie Robertson  CaLP’s Technical Team Project Manager, introduced the new course catalogue as well as calp’s plans to roll out these new trainings in 2017 and beyond.

Participants also learnt about CaLP's  partnership with the Humanitarian Leadership Academy, and the plans to develop a learning hub on their global learning platform Kaya.  

Download the presentation here and watch the recording here:

                               

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