Jordan

Training of trainers for the aid sector

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Dates: September 26-30, 2021

Location: Amman, Jordan

This training course session will provide you with the appropriate methods and tools to design, facilitate and evaluate training activities, in order to develop the professional competencies of your team members and partners. Capacity building has become an essential issue in the humanitarian sector, as it directly contributes to the quality and effectiveness of aid provided to crisis-affected populations.

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This training course is for you are an aid worker and you wish to develop your skills in design and implementation of training activities

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Objectives By attending this open training course, you will design, facilitate, and evaluate training activities. And more specifically, you will know how to:

  • Describe assessment of training needs
  • Define training objectives and design training session
  • Select and develop appropriate training materials
  • Implement different training evaluation forms
  • Analyse one’s practice and that of others in order to engage in a continuous learning dynamic

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Bioforce is a unique training and career advisory centre that aims to develop the key skills of those involved in humanitarian and aid programmes. We have been working with major NGOs for more than 35 years, the humanitarian community is involved in creating our training programmes and keeping them cutting-edge. Every year, more than 2500 people get trained or awarded certification with Bioforce.

Fee information

Cost: 700€. The cost of our trainings covers training facilitation. It does not include accommodation, meals, transportation or sundry expenses. More information about funding opportunities: https://www.bioforce.org/en/learn/humanitarian-training-courses/funding/

How to register

Further information & application: https://www.bioforce.org/en/formation/training-of-trainers-for-the-aid-sector/