50,000 people from nearly 200 countries across the world are using Kaya to learn about humanitarian issues and action. On Kaya you will find online elearning and in-person workshops that will help you learn what you need to take you where you want to go, whether you are a professional humanitarian looking for career development, or a community member supporting the response to a crisis in your own country.
Kaya’s courses are grouped into learning pathways – combinations of online and in-person learning opportunities – that mean at the beginning of your learning journey you do not need to know exactly what you want to learn.
Within Kaya you will find:
- Online elearning content
- Documents and files
Information and registration for in-person events:
- Webinars (streamed film of events that you can access from your phone or computer)
Kaya is designed to be accessed from phones, tablets, laptops and PCs, so you can use it whenever and wherever you want.
You can search for a course through the Catalogue. This will show you individual courses as well as whole pathways of learning you can take part in. You can use the filters at the side to change the results you are shown.
Click on the result you are interested in to be taken to its page. Join the course by clicking on the ‘Join’ button. On a mobile phone, this box will be underneath the course description. On a larger screen, it will be at the right of the page.
How much do the courses on Kaya cost?
All courses are entirely free, unless a course description specifically says otherwise – you will be able to find any cost information on the summary page of each course.