850 training programs
Managing People in Emergencies (3 days)
People are the key to any effective humanitarian response. Managing people can be difficult at the best of times, but during the chaos and stress of a complex humanitarian emergency, the ability to manage people is crucial for the success of any programme. **
This three-day course introduces participants to the fundamentals of good people management. Upon completion, participants will be able to demonstrate several essential skills for managing their teams with greater confidence and success.
Gender, Age and Disability (3 days)
This three-day course will provide the knowledge and tools to help mainstream gender, age and disability into all interventions so that organisations move beyond simply the desire to be inclusive and into the reality of meeting minimum standards of inclusion.
This should result in building better programmes which reduce risks faced by vulnerable groups and respond to those most in need.
Training of Trainers (3 days)
Delivering effective training with confidence is key to ensuring aid workers are equipped with the essential skills needed to deliver successful aid programmes. Do you have the right skills to ensure they are receiving the most effective training possible? **
Monitoring and Evaluation (3 days)
Needs Assessment (2 days)
Blending theory with practice, this Needs Assessment Techniques course will introduce you to good practices in assessment procedures and tools of emergency assessments.
This course will assist you to conduct accurate, effective and timely assessments – an essential skill before any form of relief work can take place.
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