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RTDI Innovation School

We offer training for the development of capabilities in the integral management of R&D&I, under different modalities (open or in-house, online or face-to-face), thematic, and always using pedagogical methods that maximise the development of experience and knowledge.

We offer open science and innovation training. It is really about developing new skills, whereby the generation of experience is vital. That’s why it’s not “just” training, but capacity building. And this is why efficient competence development is our main area of research. We believe in the potential of gamification, open education, and real-world-based-learning, and the trainers in our team work in these areas.

We design scripts and films designed to make people discover and understand new concepts and relationships, and to generate experience in their application. We have also done this with theatre actors. We create gamification strategies for the development of new competences, and we work to validate them from a pedagogical point of view.  We design and develop video games and digital platforms that support the rapid development of technical and transversal competences.

We share our experiences with the community, and we try to help the community to dialogue in these times of far-reaching and high-speed change, both in education and at social, scientific-technological, economic and environmental levels.

We have trained more than 2300 people in Europe, South America, Africa (mainly North) and Asia (mainly China), both researchers and innovators, and we are reference trainers for several public and private organisations in Europe.  If you are interested in any of these areas, please write to us and tell us about your interest at We will contact you to arrange a no-obligation meeting so that together we can explore possibilities for personalised support.

Discover the possibilities of RTDI Innovaation School

If you are interested in participating in a community of practice in education, you can join it at

It is the result of an EC-funded pedagogical research project.