El Instituto para Formación en Operaciones de Paz (POTI)

El Instituto para Formación en Operaciones de Paz se dedica a ofrecer, a nivel mundial, cursos accesibles y asequibles de aprendizaje a distancia en el área del apoyo a la paz, el socorro humanitario y las operaciones de seguridad, a hombres y mujeres que trabajan en la promoción de la paz mundial.

Somos los más capacitados en proporcionar aprendizaje a distancia en temas del mantenimiento de la paz. Nuestros ex-alumnos sirven en el interés de la paz en todo el mundo. Son personal del mantenimiento de la paz en el campo de misiones, académicos enseñando la próxima generación, diplomáticos, funcionarios de alto rango, y otros. Miles de estudiantes en más de 170 naciones han ampliado sus conocimientos con el Instituto para Formación en Operaciones de Paz.

Como nuestros cursos son a ritmo propio y en un formato descargable, esto permite el estudio de temas de mantenimiento de la paz en cualquier parte del mundo y en cualquier momento. Nuestro currículo cumple con las necesidades de formación, incluyendo la preparación para el despliegue a una misión de mantenimiento de la paz, el aumento de eficacia en el campo, el complementar una clase presencial y aumentar la visión y conocimiento del sistema de la ONU.

El Instituto para Formación en Operaciones de Paz es una caridad pública 501 (c) (3) formada en los Estados Unidos de América. Somos una organización independiente sin ánimo de lucro Junta Directiva.

Reconocimiento del Comité Especial de Operaciones de Mantenimiento de la Paz de las Naciones Unidas.

Our courses and programmes have been repeatedly welcomed by the United Nations Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations (C-34). Its official recommendations for 2018, appearing in UN document A/72/19, indicate in paragraph 404 and 406:

404. The Special Committee welcomes technological platforms, including e learning, which supplement traditional training methods and provide access to standardized training materials across a widely distributed population of military, police and civilian peacekeepers. In this regard, the Special Committee welcomes the development of peacekeeping e-learning courses by the Integrated Training Service. The Special Committee welcomes the free and multilingual delivery of e –learning courses on peacekeeping, such as those provided by the Peace Operations Training Institute, including E-Learning for African Peacekeepers and E-Learning for Peacekeepers from Latin America and the Caribbean. The Special Committee also welcomes the integrated distance learning programmes provided directly to the peacekeeping missions by the Institute. The Special Committee fully supports the further development and delivery of such e-learning and training initiatives and also encourages Member States to support them through voluntary financial contributions. The Special Committee therefore encourages the Department of Peacekeeping Operations to work with all interested parties to develop a coherent strategy for the delivery of economical and efficient United Nations-endorsed e learning in order to further enhance the effectiveness of peacekeeping.

406. The Special Committee underscores that, with regard to support for Member States, the Integrated Training Service should focus primarily on enhancing and building peacekeeping training, including capacity enhancement for mandate implementation, and that all United Nations entities engaged in training initiatives specifically or uniquely aimed at peacekeepers should coordinate these activities through the Service. The Special Committee urges the Department of Peacekeeping Operations and the Department of Field Support to continue to work with Member States, the University for Peace, UNITAR, the Peace Operations Training Institute and other training partners to provide support in peacekeeping training to Member States, improve the dissemination of training materials, including to the field, raise awareness of peacekeeping training initiatives and develop partnerships and enhance strategic networking to help to match training resources to prioritized needs.

Usted puede leer el informe completo en los seis idiomas oficiales de las Naciones Unidas on the UN website.


Nota: POTI proporciona formación en conformidad con las normas de la ONU, sin embargo, somos una entidad independiente de las Naciones Unidas.