Welcome to Open Learn Courses

Open Learning Courses are free short courses for the general public. These are open self-paced learning courses offered by partners (international organisations or universities), or specifically designed by SPREP for the Pacific.


CBCRP-PCCC Open-Learning The PCCC delivers open-learning program under the “Project for Capacity Building on Climate Resilience in the Pacific” (CBCRP-PCCC) to contribute to the national planning and the implementation of the National Adaptation Plan and Nationally Determined Contribution. logos of SPREP, Government of Samoa and JICA
Inform Data Management and Indicator-based Reporting The Inform project has developed two modules on the moodle e-learning platform covering data management utilizing open data portals and indicator-based reporting on national, regional and global obligations using a novel application called the Indicator Reporting Tool (IRT) inform-logo

SCOPIC e-Learning Tool

The SCOPIC e-learning tool is a ready to learn SCOPIC program with six modules design for new climate officers working with seasonal forecast using SCOPIC software.


Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for National Adaptation in Pacific Small Island Developing States

This virtual peer learning event was organized by the NAP Global Network in collaboration with the Pacific Resilience Partnership (PRP) in order to provide a platform for Pacific Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to share perspectives, experiences and lessons learned on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of national adaptation.


Pacific Island Countries Advanced Seasonal Outlook (PICASO) The Pacific Island Countries Advanced Seasonal Outlook (PICASO) is one of the main products of the Republic of Korea-Pacific Islands Climate Prediction Services (ROK-PI CliPS) project completed on December 31, 2017. PICASO is a downscaled seasonal forecast offline software tailored for the Pacific region that allows Pacific Island National Meteorological Services to generate high quality 3 month rainfall forecast data for their own country.