AMADPOC provides training workshops, seminars and short-term courses on migration- development nexus, including the transition from Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) under the Training and Capacity Building (TCB) service. AMADPOC has provided Peer to Peer Exchange Training in partnership with the Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM) in Kenya and Ghana to support engagement of Diaspora in National Development in Ghana through Ghanaian Diaspora Officials. In August 2021, AMADPOC partnered with Open University to develop an Introductory Course to Evidence Cafés for Migration which is an innovative approach of unpacking migration issues using Evidence Café. Other training provided is currently embedded in the existing projects where enumerators are trained on the innovative data collection technology such as the Open Data Kit as well as knowledge on migration issues. AMADPOC also launched in January 2022 the Migration and the Inclusive Growth of African Economies online course as part of the key outcomes of the Migration and Inclusive African Growth (MIAG) consortium. The free online course will focus on how migrants contribute to inclusive growth in Africa.
AMADPOC liaises with educational institutions within Africa and beyond on post-graduate training in migration-development nexus. AMADPOC has a working relationship with Carleton University (Canada), Open University (UK), Centre of Migration Studies at the University of Ghana, and the Eduardo Mondlane University (Mozambique).