Become a Leader on Aging With The First-Ever WHO Online Training Programme on Healthy Ageing!

Registration open for the first-ever WHO Online Training Programme on Healthy Ageing!

This free training programme will equip policy-makers at all levels, UN staff and civil society representatives with the necessary tools and skills to develop concrete responses to foster Healthy Ageing in their respective contexts. Participants will learn from experts and peers from around the world, discover new resources and evidence, and develop the competencies that will allow them to become change agents in their countries or communities as part of the Decade of Healthy Ageing.

By the end of this course, participants should:

  • Have the skills and capacities that will allow for constructive engagement with the topic of Healthy Ageing;
  • Be able to re-frame how to think about challenges and opportunities for ageing populations;
  • Have connections with peers that will help them build the international networks that are needed to achieve impact in policy and practice surrounding Healthy Ageing at scale; and
  • Be part of a unique group of global leaders working collectively to develop real-world action plans which aim to resolve challenges to Healthy Ageing and can be adopted on a local level.

    The course is available in English for free and will run for 14 weeks from 13 January 2020. Registration is open until 20 November 2019.

How To Register

The deadline to register your interest in the course is the 20th of November 2019. Registration for the course does not guarantee a place. Places will be distributed on a first-come-first-served basis, so register as soon as possible to increase your chances of securing a place on the course.

You will need to create a OpenWHO account – the platform the WHO use online – after which you will recieve an email to confirm and set up your account. From there click on this link and click enroll.