Title of the Good Practice


Description of the Good Practice

Canva is a versatile design platform that offers a variety of templates for presentations. While it’s not specifically a training module, Canva provides a user-friendly interface for creating visually appealing slides. Organize your lessons in one place
Structure and customize activities – from videos to presentations and more – in any logical order, then teach live, without leaving Canva allows to customize class work for every learner, empower students to work through classroom activities independently at their own pace or collaboratively in groups. Canva’s built-in accessibility tool ensures every educational resource you share or teach is designed effortlessly with inclusivity in mind. User can start from scratch, choose a template, or upload own materials to make a visually engaging lesson fit for own teaching style. Canva’s built-in accessibility tool takes out the guesswork by automatically checking designs before you share or teach them to flag any potential accessibility issues. Teachers and students at eligible schools can get access to premium Canva features at no cost. It provides users to create visually beautiful lesson plans, presentations, posters, videos, and more. Here are some key features and aspects of Canva:

Design Tools:

  • provides a range of design tools that allow users to customize their creations. Users can add text, images, icons, illustrations, and other elements to personalize their designs.

Collaboration Features

  • allows for collaboration on design projects. Multiple users can work on the same design in real-time, making it a useful tool for team projects.

Extensive Image Library:

  • provides access to an extensive library of images, illustrations, icons, and other graphic elements.

Educational Content:

  • offers tutorials, courses, and other educational content to help users improve their design skills. The platform aims to empower users with the knowledge to create visually appealing content.


  • includes a presentation feature, allowing users to create visually engaging slideshows. Users can choose from presentation templates and customize them to suit their needs.


  • Presentation Skills
  • Presentation Design
  • Content Creation


English and additional languages, depends on tools

Number of participants

Individual/small group (2-15 people)

Type of training


Number and type of exercises

Main 5 modules based on main Canva features; individual or joint work related to topic/project/needs


Short/up to few hours or medium/up to few weeks, depending on own or group’s progress

Target Audience

Teachers, adult educators and learners, university professors, students, education developers, education managers, business developers, training developers, Canva for Education (primary and secondary) educators, their students, and qualified school districts and institutions.

Competences/skills that you will require

  • Teaching and lecturing skills
  • Creative skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Soft skills
  • Communication
  • PowerPoint skills
  • Public speaking skills
  • Digital literacy and IT skills


Example of Whiteboard templates


Consideration as a GP

Canva is considered good practice because it democratizes design, making it accessible to individuals and organizations that may not have dedicated design resources. Its features contribute to a positive user experience, and its versatility across platforms makes it a practical choice for creating a wide range of visually appealing content.