Modules are free to attend, and offered on a first-come-first-serve basis. Click on the individual links on each date to register for the module you’d like to attend. They are all facilitated online on Zoom, and delivered in English.
You can also download our module guide here
Needs Assessment (2 hours)
This module explores why it is important to conduct a needs assessment, the different types of data you can collect and provides an overview of some of the tools that you can use.
Project Planning and Implementation (2 hours)
This module explores the key elements of planning that need to be undertaken when commencing a project: scope, time, resource, stakeholder and risk. It provides an overview of key tools that can be used for planning projects and allows learners the opportunity to consider ways to improve project planning processes to ensure that project implementation is smooth.
Accountability for field-based staff (2 hours)
This module defines Accountability and examines why it is important in humanitarian action broadly and in response to the Horn of Africa humanitarian crisis more specifically. It is tailored to those in field based or front-line roles, with a focus on humanitarian standards, principles, code of conduct, and protection.
Accountability for back office/HQ staff (2 hours)
This module defines Accountability and examines why it is important in humanitarian action broadly and in response to the Horn of Africa humanitarian crisis more specifically. It is tailored to those in back office or HQ roles, with a focus on financial accountability, internal controls and procurement, as well as humanitarian standards, principles and protection.
Staying Effective (safety, security and wellbeing) (3 hours)
This module examines some basic components to staying effective when working in response to the Horn of Africa drought humanitarian crisis. It provides a foundation for understanding basic personal security, including assessing your own behaviour and risk profile, developing situational awareness, and conducting rapid, dynamic risk assessments. It also examines basic techniques to remain effective, including techniques to manage stress and remain effective during the crisis.
Resource Mobilisation (human and financial resourcing) (3 hours)
This module explores why it is important to mobilise and manage resources when implementing a humanitarian response. This includes human resource and staff management, monitoring and evaluating your resources, and mobilisation financial resources through effective proposal development.
Are you looking for a basic introduction to key concepts in humantiarian aid, but don't have the time to attend a full training course? We've prepared a series of short, bite-sized modules to provide you with the most important information as succinctly as possible. These primer modules are free to access and cover the following topics:
- Humanitarian Story
- Diversity, Vulnerability, and Capacity
- Protection Programming
- Humanitarian Standards
- Coordination Structures
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