Effective responses to complex emergencies require exceptional project management skills. Being able to deliver quality outputs on time and under pressure is crucial to any humanitarian response. Even under the most extreme pressure, the quality of project management cannot be allowed to slip.
This three-day course identifies the key project management skills required by humanitarian workers and equips participants with the tools and techniques for managing projects more successfully in emergencies.
What will I learn?
By the end of the module participants will be able to:
- List the stages of the project cycle and issues that may arise
- Define the purpose and principles of conducting effective assessments
- Demonstrate how to set project goals and develop logical planning frameworks
- Identify resource management techniques for the critical stages of an emergency
- List the financial risks in the critical stages of an emergency and identify their potential impact and how to manage them
- State the purpose and principles of effective monitoring and evaluation and create useful reports
Who should attend?
The course is primarily aimed at humanitarian personnel who do or will have a project management role in emergency situations. It is also relevant for project managers in the development sector interested in developing competencies for managing projects in emergencies situations.
What language is it available in?
Available in English
This sounds interesting – is there a cost?
We ask for a contribution of 3,000 SDG per day and per participant for International NGOs, 1,100 SDG per day and per participant for National NGOs and for Students 400 SDG per day and per participant.
How do I apply?
To apply for a place on a RedR UK training course, we launched our online application platform, please fill out the online training application form here.
For further queries, please contact us at:
Landline: +249 (0) 154884467
**RedR UK is committed to ensure observing and adhering to COVID-19 pandemic precautionary health guidelines by WHO at our training facilities to ensure the safety of our staff and training participants.
We are observing the following precautions:
- All trainees are required to have a face mask.
- Alcohol-based hand sanitizers will be available all around the place.
- Hygiene promotion posters are available all over the place.
- We do constant and routine sanitation of all tables & chairs, etc.
- Training room arrangement maintain distance with reduced number of trainees.
- We encourage trainees to wash hands before entering the building.
We are carefully monitoring the situation and studying the possibility of having online training courses. The most important thing is to make sure we conduct training courses in a safe environment.