DisasterReady.org is a Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation initiative. Through the DisasterReady.org Initiative, aid workers can share resources and information and access customized online learning anytime, anywhere in the world. By providing high-quality, accessible training at no cost, the DisasterReady.org Portal allows aid workers to do what they do best: save lives, rebuild communities, and restore hope.
The ISHA Technology-based Learning Assessment was conducted by DisasterReady.org in collaboration with the Orange Capacity Building Organization (Orange) through Key Informant Interviews (KIIs), Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) and an online survey in both Arabic and English from 22 May through 17 June 2016. The assessment’s main objective was to gather information to get a deeper insight into the learning landscape and the needs of aid workers in Syria.
Momentum of DisasterReady.org over past year reinforces the need for high-quality online training for aid workers anytime, anywhere in the world
Applying Basic Data Formatting in Excel 2010
This short online course provides tips and tricks to present more visually appealing data in reports, proposals, and presentations.
Take a few minutes to learn the basics of formatting data in Excel or to discover useful functionality that may be new to you.
Did you know vehicle fleet operations is the second highest financial overhead for most humanitarian agencies? Learn about the fundamentals of fleet management to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, safety, and environmental performance of your program delivery.
Generously donated by Fleet Forum. This course is available in English and French.
In support of International Women’s Day on 8 March, take action by learning how to incorporate gender-specific activities in program planning and implementation.
This 30 minute online course provides an introduction to the analysis of markets in emergency contexts, with input from some of the world’s leading thinkers on the topic. Co-developed by the International Rescue Committee and the Cash Learning Partnership with the generous funding of USAID and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. It is designed for humanitarian decision makers, including donors, country directors, programme managers and others who make strategic and operational decisions about what kinds of programming to promote and implement.
This seven course series is intended to prepare learners to successfully manage development projects.
Courses are intended to be completed sequentially. Course content is aligned with the PMD Pro project management certification. More information about the PMD Pro can be found at www.pm4ngos.org, including instructions for downloading the Guide to the PMD Pro.