OCTA Innovation Issue 29/ 2017 – Three Pillars Blended Learning

OCTA Innovation Issue 29/ 2017 – Three Pillars Blended Learning

OCTA Innovation has developed the OCTA Innovation Studies, aimed at facilitating the process of learning and knowledge sharing, which is good capacity building tool for the Overseas Countries and Territories. These studies are designed to assist in the development of systemic innovation for innovation directors and also other key innovation stakeholders, primarily members of innovation council.

The structure of the studies uses a combination of face-to-face education, learning-by-doing as well as distance/online learning, with an emphasis on independent and self-reflective learning, supported by the OCTA Innovation project.

This is a unique opportunity to learn more about the importance of innovation and knowledge sharing, and we invite you to apply and take part in these studies, which gives recognition to already executed and ongoing activities on the OCTA Innovation project, and upon completion of the Studies, you receive the Innovation Expert Diploma. I am proud to be one of the actors in fine-tuning our Innovation Expert Diploma Study, Jessica Tongue, Assistand Head of Studies.

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