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Community of Practice Platform for the 6 Principles Capacity Development Programme

This site has been developed as a platform for the Child to Child/OAK Foundation Capacity Development Programme. Participants in the project who have been registered to the platform will have access to the course sites that they have been enrolled to (click on My Modules above), together with the main "6 Principles Community of Practice / Toolkit" site. They will be able to interact with discussion fora and share and upload to the resource databases. Persons who have not registered to the site do have guest access to the Community of Practice / Toolkit but will not be able to join in forum discussions. To apply for registration to the site, please click here

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    The Participation Programme Office course is here!
    by Annabel Trapp - Tuesday, 11 September 2018, 1:01 PM

    Hi 6P CoP, 

    We hope you are well and have had good holidays if you have taken any recently. 

    With this message, we’re pleased to share the Participation Principle course with you, found here

    This course has been developed with content for Programme Officers: staff members designing and ...
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    Best Interests Course for Programme Officers
    by Peter Dixon - Wednesday, 1 August 2018, 4:41 PM

    Dear 6 Principles Community of Practice members,

    We are happy to announce that the Best Interests course for staff with Programme Officer type responsibilities has been completed. The current version has been developed from the earlier pilot version taking into account the inputs and feedback ...

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    CRB news
    by Annabel Trapp - Monday, 9 July 2018, 1:43 PM

    Hi everyone,

    It’s very exciting to see so many people enrol on the CRB course. A big welcome to those of you who have joined! 

    Since it became available two weeks ago, almost 50 users have begun the course, representing a range of organisations in both Eastern Europe and East Africa. We are ...
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