Core Humanitarian Standards (English)

Training
from TRUST Consultancy & Development
Registration deadline: 17 Feb 2020 Training date: 19 Feb 2020 to 20 Feb 2020 More Information

About the Course

This call is open to anyone who is interested in knowing more about the Core Humanitarian Standard and its implications for policy and practice in humanitarian organizations. Specifically, it will target the social workers active in humanitarian aid field. This, 2 days long training course will focus on basic introduction to the topics included in the Core Humanitarian Standard. The training will cover the following subjects;

  • Introduction to the CHS
  • Humanitarian principles
  • The Nine Commitments and Quality Criteria
  • How to apply the Core Humanitarian Standard

Training Outputs

By the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Differentiate accurately between the humanitarian principles of humanity, impartiality, independence, and neutrality, and explain their importance;
  • List the nine commitments of the Core Humanitarian Standard and explain how each contributes to the delivery of a quality humanitarian response;

Training Objectives

The purpose of the training will be to:

  • Learn how to describe the background, purpose and structure of the Core Humanitarian Standard
  • Understand the importance of the humanitarian principles, and how they can be applied
  • Be able to define quality and accountability
  • Be able to describe in brief the CHS verification scheme
  • Understand the importance of the humanitarian principles, and how they can be applied
  • Be able to ensure effective needs assessment is undertaken in emergencies

Intended Audience

Specifically, it will target the social workers active in humanitarian aid field.

Course Format

Trust training workshops are participatory and highly interactive with presentations, discussions, group exercises and individual exercises. These activities are only some of the methods that will be used throughout the training workshop.

  • The training will consist of 4 sessions per day, with allocated breaks and lunch in between the session (which will be approximately 90 minutes each with 30 minutes breaks).
  • The training will be delivered over 2 days.

About the Trainer

Musa Akgül

Fee information:
The fees for this course are $400 USD for international NGOs. This fee does not include accommodation, flight or transportation.
How to register:

Applicants can register for the course at this link.

For more information on the course, please see our website at: https://trustconsultancy.org/portfolio-item/core-humanitarian-standards/