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The SDG Target Prioritization Grid

À propos de cette formation


8 heures

Effort suggéré

2 heures par semaine sur 4 semaines


How can we better plan local sustainable development actions to achieve regional and global objectives? Learn how to apply this internationally recognized tool developed by the Institut de la Francophonie pour le développement durable (IFDD).

The adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development marks a turning point in history. For the first time, the world has set goals and targets that will help improve living conditions for current and future generations, while preserving our planet. Implementing this program poses a methodological challenge in order to translate this global vision into development policies, plans, strategies and projects at all levels of intervention.

This training course, developed by the IFDD in collaboration with its partners, notably the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, focuses on an information and participatory prioritization tool developed by these same partners: the SDG Target prioritization grid (SDG-TPG). This tool facilitates the planning, implementation and monitoring of the SDGs at regional, national or local level, whether by public administrations, sub-regional organizations, private companies or civil society organizations.

The SDG-TPG, widely recognized and used for several years throughout the French-speaking world, is part of the support methodology used by the "Démarche transformationnelle des ODD dans les collectivités locales" project led by Université Laval' s EDS Institute in partnership with the IFDD, with support from the Government of Canada's Sustainable Development Goals funding program. Now, thanks to RésODD, the grid and the tools that accompany it (user manual and online training) are accessible to a larger number of players worldwide.

For the year 2024-2025, a limited number of places are offered free of charge, with the possibility of obtaining a certificate of completion issued by Université Laval's continuing education department and the IFDD. If you wish to discover and use the grid without necessarily completing the training course, we invite you to download the grid and the manual. To take the course, register now!


The objective of this training is to familiarize participants with the architecture of the SDG Target Prioritization Grid and the tool’s methodology, with concrete examples of its use on the ground in the context of both developing and developed countries. At the end of this training , learners will understand the challenges and the importance of taking the local context into account in the planning, implementation, and monitoring of the SDGs. They will also follow the methodology for using the SDG-TPG and learn to interpret the results appropriately in order to translate them into concrete action plans for sustainable development.

Clientèle cible

This online training is aimed at national and local government decision-makers, public officials, civil society organizations, the private sector, and academia. It is also intended for anyone interested in sustainable development planning, implementation, and monitoring.

Formule d'enseignement

  • En ligne à votre rythme

    Offerte jusqu'au 1er avril 2025

    Exercices pratiques à réaliser en complément

    • 45 jours maximum pour compléter la formation à partir du moment où vous la commencerez.
    • Même si le délai n’est pas écoulé, il ne sera plus possible de compléter la formation après le 30 avril 2025.

Que vais-je apprendre?


The course outline is as follows:

General introduction

Module 1 – Presentation of the SDG Target Prioritization Grid (SDG-TPG)

Module 2 – Methodology for use of the SDG-TPG tool

Module 3 – Interpretation of results

Module 4 – Exploitation of results

Module 5 – Communicating results


Qui offre cette formation?

L’Institut en environnement, développement et société de l'Université Laval est un carrefour et un incubateur interdisciplinaire voué à la promotion d'une vue d’ensemble des enjeux liés à l’environnement et aux 17 objectifs de développement durable adoptés à l'ONU. Il facilite les collaborations entre ses membres et réalise des activités de diffusion, d’appropriation et d’approfondissement de connaissances afin de mobiliser ses diverses parties prenantes et de générer des impacts tangibles pour la société.

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