Your Peacekeeping Training Resource

Join peacekeepers around the world studying United Nations peace support, humanitarian relief, and security operations with self-paced e-learning from POTI.

Partnership for E-Learning on Peace Operations


It is the purpose of PELP to serve as a forum wherein key nations invested in the delivery of e‑learning on peace operations may provide input and share ideas on how e-learning should best be provided to the peace operations community.

As an institute committed to securing a more peaceful world by providing training to those who serve on peacekeeping missions, we wholeheartedly condemn systemic racial injustice. Read the full Statement from the Staff of the Peace Operations Training Institute.

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The Peace Operations Training Institute provides globally accessible self-paced, online, on-demand courses on peace support, humanitarian relief, and security operations at little to no cost to the student. We are committed to bringing essential, practical knowledge to military personnel, police, and civilians working towards peace worldwide.







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POTI is a worldwide e-learning provider for the global peacekeeping community. Our curriculum is in use at training centres around the world and is studied by students from 195 countries.

What POTI Provides

The Peace Operations Training Institute offers e-learning courses on current topics in peace support, humanitarian relief, and security operations. Our training provides the flexibility and accessibility for students to study at their own pace. Our curriculum aims to build solid, practical knowledge of United Nations peacekeeping operations and related topics. Our course materials are written by a former Special Representative of the Secretary-General, a former Military Adviser to the UN Secretary-General, a former Force Commander, respected academics and technical specialists, and courses developed in partnership with the Australian Federal Police, United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS), the World Health Organization (WHO), various national and international peacekeeping training centres, the University for Peace, and the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women).

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