The Global Infrastructure Hub is launching a new professional training course: the Certificate in Inclusive Infrastructure.
This first-of-its-kind course meets a growing need across the infrastructure ecosystem for comprehensive and practical professional training on how infrastructure development and delivery can be shaped to drive inclusive outcomes like equal access, gender equity, and economic empowerment.
As a growing priority for both governments and investors, inclusivity in infrastructure is critical to economic growth in both developed and developing countries, and supports the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Created by the Global Infrastructure Hub with support from Dr Ibrahim Odeh and capacity building company Toraza Zenith, this online training course is based on our independent research into global best practices in inclusive infrastructure development and delivery. These practices are supported by real-world project case studies that show participants how to successfully realise inclusivity at the policy and project levels.
Infrastructure is the bedrock of economic empowerment. Now more than ever, governments and the private sector must work together to plan and deliver infrastructure that provides equal access for all. – Sam Barr, Director of Knowledge Mobilisation, Global Infrastructure Hub
The course offers several pathways to suit the needs of infrastructure professionals across government, the private sector, non-government organisations, and other organisations.
Enrolment will open on 18 October. To register your interest or to find out more, click here.