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Welcome to the TIDE Co-produced OERs collection. Below you can find links to the four resource areas related to this part of the programme.


TIDE project enriched distance learning in Myanmar by building the capacity of Higher Education staff and students, enhancing programmes of study, and strengthening systems that support Higher Educational Institutions (HEI) in Myanmar. TIDE was part of the UK-Aid-funded Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education Innovation and Reform (SPHEIR) programme(www.spheir.org.uk). SPHEIR is managed on behalf of FCDO by a consortium led by the British Council that includes PwC and Universities UK International. The TIDE project closed in May 2021.

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  • Employability: succeed in the workplace

    Employability: succeed in the workplace

    In this course you will learn about the Myanmar labour market as well as yourself, so that you can have a rewarding work life and contribute productively to the fast-developing Myanmar economy. 

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    Course

    5 hrs

    Level 2 Intermediate

  • Sustainable Tourism in Myanmar

    Sustainable Tourism in Myanmar

    Myanmar is fairly new to tourism. The course covers key concepts of sustainable tourism, hospitality, and its development in Myanmar, enabling learners to understand opportunities and constraints inherent in developing the tourism and hospitality sector.  

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    Course

    18 hrs

    Level 0 Beginner

  • WASH for Myanmar

    WASH for Myanmar

    This course explains how the different elements of WASH can combine to keep the people of Myanmar healthy by reducing their risk of disease

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    Course

    18 hrs

    Level 0 Beginner

  • Water resource management in Myanmar

    Water resource management in Myanmar

    This course tells the story of Myanmar’s abundant water resources and explores how they can be managed more responsibly for sustainable development.

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    Course

    20 hrs

    Level 1 Introductory

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