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Are you a Project Manager, Programme Coordinator, Project Officer, Program Assistant?
PRASOL CONSULT is organizing a four days, practical workshop on Project Cycle Management in Nairobi from 25 – 28 September, 2017.**
Do you want to work in the humanitarian sector? Learn the humanitarian principles and how to use them in an emergency response with this 4-week online course.
Whether you are starting a career in the humanitarian sector, or transitioning from a more development focused role to support a humanitarian response, this course is for you. You will have the possibility to join a global learning experience, connect with peers from all over the world and benefit from the feedback of experienced humanitarian professionals.
The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) will hold a training course, International Course on the Clinical Management of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, from 19-23 November 2018, in Bangkok, Thailand.
This course is a five-day intensive training course, consisting of interactive in-class presentations, discussions and practical exercises and a field visit in Bangkok, aiming to strengthen participants’ capacity in clinical and programmatic management of drug-resistant tuberculosis.
Practical training in the field provides unmatched educational quality and prepares participants to cope with a variety of hostile environments.
Course Code: HEAT-2017-2
Dates: 04 -08 December 2017
Location: Hua Hin, Thailand
The Security Incident Information Mangement project (SIIM) is a collaboration between RedR, Insecurity and EISF. It is funded by EU Humanitarian aid and aims to strengthen humanitarian responses to crises by building the capacity of NGOs to undertake speedier security related information management and sharing through the Security in Numbers database (SiND) which is part of Insecurity Insight’s Aid in Danger project.
The Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP) course is offered by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in joint collaboration with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. For more than 20 years, the HELP course has offered humanitarian workers an intensive training experience in public health principles and disaster epidemiology.
The Basic Safety and Security Course is a HEAT equivalent and prepares you for travelling or being deployed to unsafe areas overseas.
Are you fully prepared for working and travelling in unsafe areas? Are you capable of dealing with possible life-threatening situations and will you be able to function optimally despite the circumstances? Our Basic Safety & Security Course is designed to prepare and train aid workers, researchers and other employees of NGOs and government agencies for working and travelling in unsafe areas.
Explore both the structure and practice of community development around the world. Engage in a critical analysis of different approaches to community development, their historical development and underlying assumptions. Gain an understanding of the structural and practical issues that promote or detract from the goal of community empowerment.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
This course takes a practical approach to financial planning for the organisation and considers: the compilation of budgets; how to identify potential problems arising and suggests actions which can be taken. It also looks at ways of improving financial control using budgets, so as to avoid reduced profits and/or financial problems, providing opportunities for participants to apply the course content to practical examples.
This intrinsic total quality management training course will help participants understand total quality concept and techniques for managing, controlling, and improving quality. Each module exposes participants to contemporary knowledge and techniques of TQM. This would in turn enable the participant to implement quality improvement processes in the workplace, in line with the philosophy of Total Quality Management.
The experience, knowledge and enthusiasm of a presenter are usually the deciding factors of many selection panels and audiences in judging how good a presentation is. For major projects, initiatives, and ideas, most competing teams will do their technical homework and develop similar competing approaches and solutions to the project’s needs/issues and challenges.
In a competitive market, knowing how to manage, plan and package a proposal is one of the most important measures that bring your company / organization to the position of closing a deal with the client. Companies and organizations don’t only compete on the same business opportunities, tenders and clients to which they submit proposals, but they often compete with the clock to construct high quality proposals in small amounts of time. Carelessly and poorly managed and presented proposals can damage your company’s reputation with your client.
Civil Society and Non-Governmental Organizations are mandated to demonstrate and report tangible results in development projects in order to be more accountable to its beneficiaries in one hand and its funding partners on the other for how resources are used, what results are achieved and how effective these results are in bringing about progress and change in human development.
The four Geneva Conventions of 1949 form the cornerstone of contemporary international humanitarian law (IHL). In the 1950s, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) published a set of commentaries on these Conventions, giving practical guidance on their meaning and implementation.
TB is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in infants, children and adolescents in TB endemic countries, but is often unrecognised due to under-detection and under-reporting. Many of the high burden TB countries are situated in the Asia-Pacific region, but the burden of TB in children in these countries is poorly understood. Increasingly, national TB programmes are working with the child health sector to incorporate an approach to childhood TB into their national strategies. However, TB in children and adolescents provide specific challenges for diagnosis, management and prevention.
The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) will hold a training course, International Clinical and Programmatic TB-HIV Course, from 7-11 May 2018, in Singapore.
The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) will hold a training course on Principles of Tuberculosis Care and Prevention: Translating Knowledge to Action, from 17-26 September 2018, in New Delhi, India.