Training tools

E-tools for capacity development are interactive and flexible set of learning aides offering participations training at their own pace. There are various types of e-tools including e-learning courses, resource toolkits, and MOOCs. E-learning courses are interactive training sessions that consist of one or more modules or chapters. E-learning courses can track progress in learning and can be taken in different sessions, following the individual pace of the learners.

E-learning module for law enforcement officers

Interpol and the Secretariat have jointly developed an e-learning module for law enforcement officers on hazardous chemicals and wastes under the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions. The legal international trade in chemicals and wastes is an important part of the global economy, but it is crucial that this trade be effectively controlled.

The Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions and their linkages with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

The overall aim of this course is to guide Parties to the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions, and those interested in these topics, on the linkages between the three conventions and their contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The course explains, in an interactive way with text, videos, animations and exercises, how each convention and their respective mechanisms for sharing information are used to measure SDGs’ indicators. The course is designed for learners to work flexibly at their own pace. And at the end of the course, users can obtain a certificate.