Negotiation for Humanitarian Responders

from RedR Australia
Registration deadline: 15 May 2018 Training date: 16 May 2018 to 18 May 2018 More Information

All aid workers need to be effective negotiators. People’s lives can depend on it. Are you equipped to negotiate with potentially volatile non-state actors? Do you have effective strategies you can employ to overcome resistance to a project or to negotiate with government officials? Our experienced facilitators will prepare you for these and other practical scenarios often encountered in humanitarian contexts.

Negotiation for Humanitarian Responders is a three day training course that will improve your effectiveness in the field. The course aims to provide participants with the skills to advocate for the most vulnerable, mobilise support when you need it and influence the powerful.

Designed and delivered by humanitarian experts (with frontline negotiating experience) from RedR Australia this course will equip you with tools to improve your negotiation skills.

Fee information:
Full Rate: $1,500 AUD Reduced Rate: $1,200 AUD Inclusions: Morning Tea, lunch, afternoon tea, handbook and training materials. Accommodation and travel is not included. You are eligible for the reduced rate if you currently work for an NGO or are a member of RedR Australia's humanitarian roster (please supply your membership number). Unless otherwise stated, all courses are residential and course fees are inclusive of meals, accommodation, training and materials, but not transport to and from the venue. Course fees are in Australian dollars. A non-refundable deposit of AUD $400 is payable at the time of enrollment to secure your place on a course. This payment must be made via credit card through our secure payment facility. Further instructions regarding course logistics will be provided upon payment of course fees.