For support, all UNICEF should use the Service Manager.
Agora is a free portal offering tailored learning solutions to UNICEF's staff, partners and supporters.
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Agora's Catalogue helps you find the right learning opportunity amongst hundreds of options. You can search by title, keyword, provider, competency, topic, or format.
A variety of tools, such as discussion forums, blogs, assignments, or wikis help you to interact with other learners whilst providing support for you own learning needs.
Development Plans allow you to set goals and phase your development. All your learning achievements remain safely recorded in your personal Learning Record.
Learn anytime, anywhere, on a web-enabled computer, tablet, or smartphone. Agora Offline, a complementary desktop application, allows learners to complete certain courses offline and synchronize their progress when an internet connection is available.
My Career serves as a career coaching portal with tips helping you prepare your next career move, tools to asses yourself and plan your career development, as well as opportunities to exchange and discuss with peers and experts.
Learning opportunities offered by Agora relate to the following primary topics:
Learn about the global humanitarian and development environment, the UN Human Rights framework and other global initiatives related to UNICEF's work and mission.
Learn about policies and ethical standards that protect and guide the work of UNICEF staff and collaborators.
Learn about the areas of work UNICEF is currently focusing - based on UNICEF's current Strategic Plan.
Learn about the strategies and normative principles that guide all UNICEF's efforts - as described in UNICEF's current Strategic Plan.
Learn about the software, guidelines or processes that allow UNICEF to operate and effectively deliver all over the world.
Learn about UNICEF's operations services, which support the delivery of UNICEF's programmes and emergency responses.
Learn about UNICEF's emergency preparedness and response work.
Develop your personal skills and competencies, from management and leadership development to desktop computer skills.