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Free online courses you can take while stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic

By NGOBOX

April 2, 2020

Free online courses you can take while stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic

If you are looking to embark on some self-improvement while stuck at home during the coronavirus outbreak, consider taking some free online courses. We at NGOBOX bring you a comprehensive list of online courses, which can help non profit professionals enhance their competencies.

 

Title: UNICEF free online course on social norms and social change

Organization: UNICEF

About:

UNICEF works in Across 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone. University of Pennsylvania and UNICEF are jointly launching a free massive open online course on social norms and social change. Students who already attended previous sessions of the course rated the first part of the course with 4.5 and the second part of the course with 5.0 out of 5.0 possible points.

Certificate:

  • While both course parts are available for free, those who want to receive a Penn-UNICEF certification can opt-in for a paid verified certificate.
  • Financial aid is available for those who qualify through the hosting platforms.

For more information please click the Link

 

Title: Free Grant Proposal Writing Course

Organization: NonProfitReady

About:

NonprofitReady is a signature program of the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation—a nonprofit committed to transforming the way people help people. NonProfitReady has developed a quick online class for busy learners like you to master persuasive proposal writing skills.

What You Will Learn:

  • Your impactful ideas won’t get off the ground without funding and support.
  • Understanding the grant writing process from start to finish is key to turning your organization’s goals into reality.

For more information please check the Link

 

Title: Course on Storytelling for Social Change

Organization: University of Michigan

About:

University of Michigan is one of the first public universities in the nation, offering a tremendous academic breadth and opportunity for discovery. This course develops skills for using stories to deliver messages that affect audiences and shape attitudes for social change. Theatre artists and professional storytellers offer expertise about how to craft a story that develops empathy and delivers impact.

What You Will Learn:

  • How professionals use stories to elicit social change.
  • How to introduce multiple perspectives into stories for social impact.
  • How to identify an audience, communicate a message, and develop a strong protagonist to deliver your message.

For more information please check the Link

 

Title: Adolescent Nutrition and Anaemia Course

Organization: Nutrition International

About:

Nutrition International is passionate about tackling one of the world’s greatest health issues: malnutrition. Designed by Nutrition International’s team of technical experts for proactive changemakers, this course offers a high-level overview of adolescent anaemia around the world today and provides practical information to apply to regional, national and global programs geared toward helping adolescents thrive and achieve their dreams.

Sections:

  • Section one: The first five modules of the course will cover adolescent nutrition, the global situation and the impacts of anaemia on women and adolescent girls, anaemia causes and consequences, the role of iron in the body and interventions to improve adolescent nutrition
  • Section two: Modules six through ten will cover global guidelines and guidance, adolescent pregnancy, partnerships and programs, as well as an overview of Nutrition International's own adolescent nutrition programs and lessons in working with adolescents.
  • Section three: Modules 11 through 15 will cover the link between nutrition and education, adolescent health systems, monitoring and assessing adolescent nutrition programs, data gaps and research needs as well as how to engage adolescents.

For more information please check the Link

 

Title: Best Practices for Project Management Success

Organization: Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)

About:

RIT is a private doctoral university, offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, including doctoral and professional degrees and online masters as well. In this project management course, you will learn what's required from an organization for projects to excel. The course will utilize case studies and examples from companies to help students sharpen their project management skills to recognize and implement an environment that supports success.

What You Will Learn:

  • How to achieve success in project management
  • Best practices in organizational and leadership characteristics
  • How to overcome challenges of specific types of projects

For more information please check the Link

 

Title: Enabling Entrepreneurs to Shape a Better World

Organization: Social Entrepreneurship Akademie (SEA)

About:

SEA is the leading competence center for social innovation education and drives social action through empowering and enabling entrepreneurial minds to shape a better world. This course will lead you through your own impact journey where you will get a full perspective of the world of social entrepreneurship and give you the essential insights to boost your entrepreneurial intention and become a real change maker.

What You Will Learn:

  • Gain insights from social entrepreneurs and their experiences
  • Learn about the impact value chain from academics from diverse disciplines
  • Use the design thinking method to identify concrete social problems and come up with sustainable ideas to solve them

For more information please check the Link

 

Title: Free Certificate Course in Nonprofit Essentials

Organization: NonprofitReady

About:

NonprofitReady is a signature program of the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation—a nonprofit committed to transforming the way people help people. These short courses cover nonprofit structure and governance, how nonprofits raise money for their cause, and the skills you need to build a thriving career in the nonprofit sector.

What You Will Learn:

  • Course 1: What is a Nonprofit?
  • Course 2: How Nonprofits Raise Money
  • Course 3: Succeeding in Your Nonprofit Career

For more information, please check the Link

 

Title: Crafting Realities: Work, Happiness, and Meaning

Organization: IIM Bangalore

About:

IIMB is a public management school offering Post Graduate, Doctoral and executive training programmes. This course is for anyone who wants to reinvent the way they currently approach and experience their work and their career. It takes an inside-out approach to create change. The focus is on working on one’s own mental models and beliefs with regard to work, career, success, failure, and identity.

What you'll learn:

  • How beliefs, thoughts, and emotions influence behavior and experience
  • Ways to assess your own mental models and attitudes and recognize how they have shaped your experiences so far
  • Practical tools to leverage your own mental models and emotions to craft your future work experience

For more information please check the Link

 

Title: Effective Communication: Writing, Design, and Presentation Specialization

Organization: University of Colorado Boulder

About:

CU-Boulder is a dynamic community of scholars and learners on one of the most spectacular college campuses in the country. By taking Business Writing, Graphic Design, and Successful Presentation, you’ll hone your written, visual, and verbal business presentation skills. The Effective Communication Specialization takes you on a journey of self-realization.

What You Will Learn:

  • To Write Masterfully
  • To Design Elegantly
  • To Speak Powerfully
  • To Present Your Ideas and Your Best Self to the World

For more information please check the Link

 

Title: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): A Strategic Approach

Organization: University of Pennsylvania

About:

University of Pennsylvania is a private Ivy League research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Through this four-week course, students from either the business or the philanthropic sector will develop a greater understanding of both sides of the partnerships that underlie Corporate Social Responsibility projects.

What you'll learn:

  • Why CSR is essential for attracting and retaining employees, and how to take advantage of this win-win for company and community.
  • Criteria for successful corporate-nonprofit partnerships.
  • Principles and examples of CSR in the US, Netherlands and India.

For more information please check the Link

 

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