644 training programs
Youth development workers have a key role to play in delivering a holistic approach to health promotion. The program starts by defining youth in the context of health. It continues by looking at why it is important to involve young people in the planning and implementation of any program that targets them, and how to promote youth participation. You will also look closely at some of the contemporary health issues that affect young people, such as HIV AIDS, nutrition and diet, sexual and reproductive health and drug abuse.
Note: We offer special discounted registrations for groups and individuals from relief and humanitarian background. Please contact our training registration team for more details.
Note: We offer special discounted registrations for participants from relief and humanitarian background. Please check with our registration team for availability of discounts.
You can’t improve what you don’t evaluate!
This course is designed to focus on internal and external project evaluation and introduce tools that are used to measure and improve the performance of projects. The participants follow a step by step approach for the understanding of the process of designing and performing an evaluation.
RSM Hostile Environment Awareness Training: Level 4 and 5 Programs
Within today’s unstable and increasingly volatile world the humanitarian aid and development community faces increasing challenges as it operates in remote, dynamic and often challenging environments.
Influence decision-makers and communicate the evidence
This course combines 3 training modules:
Advocacy and Policy Influencing - 5 days
Understand how you can influence a policy process. Obtain a broad set of tools to plan effective advocacy strategies. Conduct actions with well-framed messages, and create coherent paths with your allies for powerful joint interventions.
Boost your competences in leadership, results-based management and organisational development
Let your M&E strike the right balance between learning and accountability
Capturing the essential quantitative and qualitative changes of your programme has become increasingly important. But how can we ensure our M&E system goes beyond proving results and enables genuine learning by all programme actors?
This course empowers you with relevant, and participatory M&E approaches and tools to boost your organisation’s accountability, decision-making and learning practices.
At the end of this course you:
Monitoring and Evaluation has become a very important career path in humanitarian and development work globally. Demonstrating results achieved is an accountability requirement not only to the funding agencies or to the implementing partners but also to project’s beneficiaries, national and governmental stakeholders as well. It all starts by properly designing development projects through clearly and logically outlaying potential multiple-layers of developmental outcomes. Developing a Monitoring and Evaluation plan is an essential management and progress-reporting document.
The course is targeted at professionals working in hostile environment. This may include humanitarian workers, those working in mining industry and oil and gas fields among others.
The participants are imparted with skills and knowledge necessary to identify mitigate and respond appropriately to the threats they face in a changing and sometime violent environment.
For organizations to provide relief and development services, a proper and accurate realization of needs is mandatory. This can only be achieved through systematic and participatory assessments of the target community.
We come up with this course to address the “research-based” needs of development workers and managers for community assessment skills. This comprehensive five-day training workshop will ensure the participants gain a change in their performance and not only some useful information.
For organizations to provide relief and development services, it is very important to maintain regular community involvement. This is particularly important for monitoring and evaluation of development projects. Unless communities are actively monitoring the project progress, they will remain a passive partner and the impact of the development project will be minimized.
“I would recommend this course to anyone who is doing pharmacy in a developing country; it opens your eyes and you see pharmacy and supply chain from a different angle” (Cynthia Kamtengeni, Zimbabwe, UNICEF)
Become a Certified Development Project Manager (CDPM®)
PM4DEV offers a unique program in project management that allows development managers to become more accomplished, qualified, and efficient in their fields.
The CDPM® Level I - Advanced Certified Development Project Manager addresses the management skills and real-world practices required for successful project managers working for Development Organizations and NGOs.
A commitment to performance measurement has become essential requirement and mandate of donor-funded projects, nongovernmental organizations, foundations, public and government agencies in response to increased demands to results-based management, value-for-money, do-more-for-less, effective and tangible delivery of project’s outcomes. In order to stand-out of the competition, organizations need not only to build results-oriented culture but to strive towards greater outcome-level changes targeting the improved welfare for beneficiaries.
This course focuses on understanding international development. It is split into two main sections.
The first section introduces three key themes: powers and agency, scale, and history (PASH). These themes are explored through two case study cities, Detroit and Shanghai.
The second section looks at programmes to promote livelihoods among low-income people, giving you an opportunity to critically reflect on these interventions.
This course is an introduction to Security Management Systems (SeMS), also known as Protective or Physical Security Management Systems (PSeMS).
The aim of this course is to give learners an understanding of the key concepts associated with an SeMS and how this can be implemented and integrated into already existing management systems such as quality or safety management systems.
Course modules include:
The purpose of this course is to provide a framework that outlines what good employee security practice looks like in organisations, where the behaviour of employees can be critical to keeping sensitive organisational assets safe and secure.
Social and Emotional Development Skills for Youth Workers provides a professional capability to define, measure and build Engagement, Resilience and Well-being within youth development settings. The Social and Emotional learning & development framework deliberately takes learners from base subject awareness and onto professional competency, embedding THREE behavioral science subject elements to create a comprehensive Human Development skill set.