This course will enable participants to explore perspectives on children’s rights in emergencies and develop the critical skills to respond in a child-centred way. The course aims to develop the competencies required to effectively meet the needs of children through humanitarian programmes.
In addition, participants will be able to explore two thematic areas to further develop skills required to address the key programming issues in relation to: Child Protection in Emergencies and Education in Emergencies.
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What does the course cover?
This course offers participants the opportunity to apply in-depth focus to thematic areas of:
The thematic sessions will:
• Define key terms and definitions and provide a clear justification for the importance of the sector;
• Idenfity and explain the key actors and coordination mechanisms within the sector;
• Define the main problem areas in the sector;
• Explain the main methodologies used in the sector,
• Explore the most appropriate methodology to construct a programme response.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
Explain the rationale and key principles for addressing the needs of children as a distinct group in emergencies;
Describe the implications of the key international frameworks pertaining to children in emergencies;
Incorporate child participation into emergency programming;
Identify and use the key tools and resources available in order to mainstream children in emergency response programming;
Recognise particular vulnerabilities and capacities of different groups of children to improve emergency programming;
Consider the key programming factors for children in education, health, nutrition, protection, shelter and WASH;
Collaborate effectively with key stakeholders in a humanitarian context;
Apply techniques of child programming in a humanitarian response;
Involve, and integrate the needs of, children in disaster preparedness activities;
Demonstrate an understanding of the key requirements for programming in one specialist area: Child Protection in Emergencies, Education in Emergencies or Nutrition for Children in Emergencies.
How much does the course cost?
Standard Organisation - £1211.00
Refer a Friend:
You and a friend/colleague each receive 25% off your course fee, when booking on the same course*
*applies only to certain courses including Introduction to Children in Emergencies
*event ticket is non-refundable in the event of cancellation or non-attendance.
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Receive 10% off the course fee when booking at least 1 month before the start of the course.*
*applies to both individual and organisational tickets
RedR UK is committed to making our courses accessible to any organisation, regardless of size. There are 2 Scholarship places available on all UK-run courses, which cover the full course fee cost.
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For organisations looking to book 3 or more participants onto the same course, RedR can offer flexible fee options. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The credit-rated assessment:
This course has an optional credit-rated assessment component. Only those who have paid the additional credit-rated fee BEFORE the course and completed the post-course assignment will receive the Oxford Brookes certificate. You can pay the fee at any point prior to the course start. You’ll have 3 months after the course to complete the assignment. Find out more about the Oxford Brookes certificate and other RedR UK accreditation and certification options here.
Individual - £274
Organisation - £347
Who should attend?
Relief workers, and those who are new to the sector, wanting to develop child programming skills for humanitarian response and preparedness including:
Project and programme managers working with NGOs or UN agencies
Sector and technical specialists
People working in state agencies in disaster prone countries
People looking to move into one of these roles
Registration is from 8.45 am in the first day. Training each day will run from 9 am and conclude at 5.45 pm.
From the second day, each training day begins with a review of the topics covered the previous day to ensure that the concepts, tools, and frameworks are fully understood. Each day ends with a period of reflection, evaluation, and questions.
Participants will be actively encouraged to participate in classroom discussions and group work. The trainer will draw on both theoretical and practical knowledge in order to make the experience and learning applicable to the realities of the humanitarian sector.
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