Regional climate projections can inform detailed impact and adaptation assessments and planning, especially in vulnerable regions like South Asia. ICIMOD, the Met Office, the World Climate Research Programme, and the Coordinated Regional Climate Downscaling Experiment (CORDEX) office organized a six-day training event on regional climate change projections over two weeks in October 2020. The event was supported by the UK-funded Asia Regional Resilience to a Changing Climate (ARRCC) supported the event. Twenty-five participants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan – including eight women – participated. Held over the MS Teams platform, the training covered aspects of climate change science and projections, including how to access and analyse CORDEX data sets. Resource persons guided the participants through the use of open-source tools to analyse and visualize climate change projections at different timescales.