GARC Education Platform (GEP)

The GARC Education Platform (GEP) is a set of free online courses developed to improve the skills and knowledge of people working in rabies awareness and prevention. Through the GEP, we aim to empower people to become rabies advocates, focal persons, and experts across the globe. After completing each course, you become a certified graduate and receive a unique certificate of completion!

"GARC's free educational courses are an excellent & essential source of becoming a certified rabies educator for all professionals." - Dr Ahmad, Asst. Prof. KBCMA UCVAS, Pakistan

The GEP courses have been designed to be applicable in all geographical locations and accessible to everyone, including people with no previous knowledge of rabies.  

Please scroll down for links to each of the courses

Learn more about each of the GEP courses by clicking on the course below. 

The GEP courses are occasionally incorporated into “offline” regional and country workshops by GARC and its partners. If you are interested in hosting offline workshops in your country, please contact us. Please note that offline workshops will only be held for groups of 30 or more individuals at a time.

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Children reading educational booklets

Teaching children

Find some educational resources to help educate children in your community. These include videos, posters, games and other great ways to teach children about rabies and responsible dog ownership.

Woman holding puppy during vaccination campaign.

Get involved

Have you completed the GEP courses and are looking for more ways to get involved in rabies elimination activities? We have brought together all the different ways to get involved on one page! See how you can get involved.

Woman and men drawing vaccine during mass vaccination campaign.


Did you enjoy the GEP courses? Please consider supporting us because your support can help us continue to improve our courses, develop new ones, and develop new and exciting materials to help individuals, communities, and governments to achieve rabies elimination.