Free Training Program by KDI: Series I – “Lessons from Korea’s Development Experience”. Deadline: Feb 24, 2014.
The Korea Development Institute (KDI) – School of Public Policy and Management offers a free blended learning program including two series (Series I – Korea’s Development Experience; Series II – Human Resources Development).
Each series consists of four video-conference seminars that will be offered in various locations in Asia Pacific region (including Hanoi), followed by a one week face-to-face training program held in Seoul, Korea. Issues to be addressed in this program include economics, trade, industries, social security and human capital, with a specific focus on Korea’s experiences. Especially, the one-week face-to-face training component in Seoul will provide opportunity for participants to learn more about Korea’s exemplary growth strategies and visit key industrial and cultural sites to witness firsthand Korea’s development experiences.
Target audiences for this program are experienced managers, practitioners and stakeholders who are currently involved in the development areas.
This blended learning program is free of charge. The video-conference seminars are open to registered participants, while the face-to-face training components in Seoul, Korea will be by invitation only to selected participants, who will be entitled to round-trip airfare, accommodation, and a modest stipend while attending the program in Seoul, Korea.
**Please note: This call for application is for the first series on Korea’s Development Experience. Call for application for Series II – Human Resources Development has not been advertised yet.
Deadline of the application submission is 24 Feb 2014.
For more information about the program, including application form, please visit https://www.gdln.or.kr/gdln/