GIC held an open online training course from October 25-29, 2021 in collaboration with FAO to introduce the PyAEZ tool to professionals in support of policy and planning exercises related to land-use planning and management. The training focused on the use of a cloud platform (Google Colab) for running Python scripts to generate AEZ output. It covered the various modules implemented in AEZ on agro-climatic analysis, crop-modeling, limiting factors on climate, soil, and terrain analysis, customizing, and running the Python code. There were 25 technicians working on land-use planning in attendance. Prerequisites for the course included skills in Geographic Information Systems and Python. A brief recap of Python, as well as exercises on data pre-processing / preparation, was also introduced. PyAEZ training modules were made available online, including examples, illustrations, and the data used to follow the training course.