Available courses

This eCourse introduces ADB's guidelines and procedures which are used to recruit, select, and rate loan consultants.

This eLearning course introduces the policies, guidelines and procedures used during ADB's oversight of borrower's procurement during project implementation. Each module contains questions for your to check your understanding. Those wishing to register for the Procurement Workshop as part of the PASS Procurement Accreditation or for Advanced Project Management training, must first complete the Basic Principles of Procurement eLearning course and pass the summary test in this course. 

This eLearning course introduces ADB's policies, guidelines and procedures which are used to recruit, select, manage and rate staff and TA consultants, and the oversight activities which operations and RM staff are required to undertake when borrowers recruit consultants during project implementation

This course aims to give ADB staff an overview of the principles, objectives, scope and triggers of ADB’s Indigenous Peoples safeguards. It will help learners determine when and what circumstances would ADB’s Indigenous Peoples safeguards be applied and the key requirements expected from borrowers/ client in designing, implementing and monitoring projects. More importantly, it will guide learners through the general and specific procedural and substantive requirements to ensure that projects ADB finances fosters full respect for and benefit Indigenous Peoples’ communities and ensure that they will not suffer adverse impacts as a result of a project.

This course aims to introduce ADB staff to ADB’s 2009 Safeguard Policy Statement (SPS), with specific focus on involuntary resettlement safeguard requirements. It will guide learners to involuntary resettlement principles, objectives scopes and triggers and ensure that projects ADB finances are responsive to SPS requirements.

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This eLearning course provides short and easy-to-understand videos on what CPD is, and how to use it to facilitate online submission of WAs. 

This eLearning course provides short and easy-to-understand videos on what CPD is, and how to use it to facilitate online submission of WAs. 

This eLearning course provides short and easy-to-understand videos on what CPD is, and how to use it to facilitate online submission of WAs. 

This eLearning course provides short and easy-to-understand videos on what CPD is, and how to use it to facilitate online submission of WAs. 

This eLearning course provides short and easy-to-understand videos on what CPD is, and how to use it to facilitate online submission of WAs. 

This eLearning course provides short and easy-to-understand videos on what CPD is, and how to use it to facilitate online submission of WAs. 

This eLearning course provides short videos on what CPD is and its benefits to ADB’s DMCs and their executing and implementing agencies. 

In line with its commitment to foster and maintain a work environment supportive of respectful and ethical behavior, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) established the Respectful Workplace Unit (RWU) in 2016. This module introduces the key functions of the RWU and highlights the responsibilities of managers, supervisors, and staff in creating a positive and respectful workplace. The module also defines misconduct and explains how inappropriate staff behavior is addressed by ADB.

ADB’s mission is to support development in Asia and the Pacific, and this includes helping developing member countries (DMCs) fight corruption.This module defines corruption and its impact on development. It also provides an overview of ADB's Anticorruption Policy and Integrity Principles and Guidelines, which are the main policy documents and the cornerstone of ADB's Integrity framework. Finally, this module identifies practices that constitute integrity violations and shows examples of each integrity violation.

This course introduces the key functions of the Office of Anticorruption and Integrity. It also highlights the responsibilities of ADB Staff in ensuring that development funds are not lost to corruption or other integrity violations.

As an ADB staff member, it is your duty to protect ADB's reputation and to ensure value for money on all projects through efficiency and transparency. This module equips you with practical knowledge on detecting red flags and other potential risk areas that could have an immediate or future adverse impact on project implementation. You will see examples of project documents and will be asked to examine them for red flags. 

In line with its commitment to foster and maintain a work environment supportive of respectful and ethical behavior, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) established the Respectful Workplace Unit (RWU) in 2016. This module introduces the key functions of the RWU and highlights the responsibilities of managers, supervisors, and staff in creating a positive and respectful workplace. The module also defines misconduct and explains how inappropriate staff behavior is addressed by ADB.

This module aims to introduce the basic concepts of e-learning. Your orientation to e-Learning will help you overcome some of the misconceptions about e-Learning.

ADB eLearn offers you two types of toolkits  

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Efficient disbursement is one of the most important elements for successful project implementation. This eLearning course provides participants practical knowledge in disbursement operations, and helps ensure compliance with ADB’s disbursement policies and guidelines.

This course aims to provide ADB staff an overview of the 2009 Safeguard Policy Statement, with specific focus on environment safeguard requirements. Learners will be guided on procedural and substantive requirements for environmental assessment and management planning. Links to useful resources and templates will also be provided.

The e-Learn module on Cost Estimates is a preparatory course to gain basic understanding of the importance of robust project cost estimates, its guiding principles and detailed components.

Find out how the Asian Development Bank’s gender mainstreaming category system and key tools in implementing action plans help mainstream gender requirements in projects.

Learn how to identify the key requirements that ensure a firm is implementing a sound policy framework to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. 

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer: The e-learning modules provide an introduction and overview of money laundering and terrorist financing and how these can be prevented. While every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the contents are factually correct, ADB does not guarantee the accuracy and/or completeness of the modules’ contents, and accepts no responsibility for any direct or indirect consequence of their use or reliance, whether wholly or partially.

Created by the Office of Anticorruption and Integrity (OAI), this online course introduces the learner to fundamental principles of anticorruption and integrity. It likewise promotes professional and respectful conduct expected of all ADB staff. 

This course is only available to ADB staff. Click here to view the log-in guide.

For assistance, contact oaitraining@adb.org.

ADB’s mission is to support development in Asia and the Pacific, and this includes helping developing member countries (DMCs) fight corruption.This module defines corruption and its impact on development. It also provides an overview of ADB's Anticorruption Policy and Integrity Principles and Guidelines, which are the main policy documents and the cornerstone of ADB's Integrity framework. Finally, this module identifies practices that constitute integrity violations and shows examples of each integrity violation.

Learn the fundamental concepts and practice of integrating participation of civil society organizations in ADB projects and operations.

Learn the fundamental concepts and practice of integrating participation of civil society organizations in ADB projects and operations.

Learn the fundamental concepts and practice of integrating participation of civil society organizations in ADB projects and operations.

Find out what are the challenges to sustainably managing marine and coastal resources, discuss community-based management and building resilience to climate pressures, and draw lessons from the Coral Triangle Initiative.