- Have you completed an academic degree incorporating multidisciplinary formal training in politics or economics or public/business administration or policy analysis or culture and society, drawing upon a Caribbean perspective or regional focus?
- Are you of the view that, while you have broad exposure to and knowledge of key disciplinary concepts, theories and debates at an advanced level, as a mid-career professional with specialized policy experience in order to drive greater success and gain an edge in taking the next step on your career path in the public, private, or non-profit sector (professional contexts wherein diplomacy looms large) you need to be further equipped with relevant practical and professional skills?
- Are you looking for high-quality, immersive learning and short-term, hands-on practical training that won’t interrupt your career; rather, augment same, recalibrating your professional profile to cast you as a highly marketable international expert with in-depth, specialist understanding of international affairs and contemporary diplomatic practice?
- Are you keen to gain relevant expertise by leveraging a cohort network of like-minded peers, as well as by having direct access to scholar-practitioner facilitators from within and outside of the Caribbean who are practiced professionals and, in some instances, faculty and other top-level experts associated with The University of the West Indies, including its renowned Institute of International Relations (IIR)?
If so, then the following Diplomatic Academy of the Caribbean (DAOC) credential is suited for you:
Certificate of Training in
Understanding International Sanctions:
Implications for the Caribbean
Call for Registration–
Training Module on Understanding International Sanctions: Implications for the Caribbean
The Diplomatic Academy of the Caribbean (DAOC) is pleased to advise that enrolment is now open for its Training Module on Understanding International Sanctions: Implications for the Caribbean, which is to be conferred as a Certificate of Training. This four (4) day module will take place from Monday March 9th – Thursday March 12th, 2020 from 9am – 4pm at the DAOC, Institute of International Relations, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus.
For module prospectus, please visit the following site: PROSPECTUS_Certificate of Training in Understanding International Sanctions- Implications for the Caribbean
Persons interested in enrolling in this module can be guided by the following steps to register:
- Read the following registration map: https://sta.uwi.edu/daoc/registration-map
- Download the Diplomatic Academy of the Caribbean’s application form
- Fill out the Application Form and email to [email protected] and [email protected]
- Once accepted, packages containing invoices and a module outline will be provided to participants.
a. Payments are to be made at the Office of the Campus Bursar (Old Administration Building) during the hours of 8:30am-3pm Monday-Friday
b. When making payments, invoices must be provided to staff at the Office of the Campus Bursar.
c. The staff at the aforesaid Office will return a copy of your receipt. This proof of payment must in turn be submitted to the DAOC.