Nicole Titera has seven years of international development experience. In her current role as the Training Manager at INTRAC she is responsible for the strategic and operational management of INTRAC’s training portfolio including face-to-face, and blended and online learning programmes. She takes a leading role in the delivery of Instructional Design-related consultancy work. This involves blending face to face capacity development interventions with online learning components such as the production of educational videos, design of learning activities, interactive webinar design and Moodle site administration.

With a background in project management of capacity development interventions, she is familiar with best practices in adult learning for the civil society sector. Prior to re-joining to INTRAC, Nicole coordinated the development of accredited training programme for Rape Crisis England and Wales, a UK-based sexual violence support charity. In her previous role as INTRAC Programme Coordinator she supported the development of a number of modular capacity strengthening programmes and their adaptation to eLearning environments to build the capacity of local NGO consultants and programme managers within organisations.

Her thematic specialisms include instructional design, capacity development and gender-based violence. She has varied experience working with different development organisations and actors in the development and humanitarian sector.

Nicole holds a joint-honours Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and French from the University of Leeds, and spent a year of her degree studying at the Institut d’Études Politiques in Strasbourg, France.

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