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 either Arabic or English.
You can also download our module guide here.
Communication & Community Engagement (2 hours)
Understand the importance of focusing on communication and community engagement in emergencies, the role of participation and dialogue in building trust and the methods that can be used to identify vulnerable people and groups to ensure their voices are taken into account when planning, implementing and monitoring activities.
Tuesday 12th December 2023, 17:00 Morocco time (UTC+1)(Arabic)
Wednesday 20th December 2023, 18:00 Morocco time (UTC+1) (English)
Conducting Needs Assessments in Emergencies (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.
Wednesday 13th December 2023, 17:30 Morocco time (UTC+1) (Arabic)
Thursday 21st December 2023, 17:00 Morocco time (UTC+1) (English)
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) (2 hours)
Understand mental health and psychosocial well-being in the context of emergencies for humanitarian practitioners
Thursday 14th December 2023, 17:30 Morocco time (UTC+1) (Arabic)
Wednesday 10th January 2024, 16:30 Morocco time (UTC+1) (English)
Staying Effective (safety, security and wellbeing) (3 hours)
This module examines some basic components to staying effective when working in response to the Morocco earthquake 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.
Tuesday 19th December 2023, 17:00 Morocco time (UTC+1) (Arabic)
Friday 5th January 2024 15:00 Morocco time (UTC+1) (English)
Repair and seismic retrofitting techniques of vernacular houses in Morocco (3 hours)
This module explores the different retrofitting measures that can be used for earthquake-affected vernacular buildings in Morocco and helps provide an understanding of how coordination and collaboration with a range of stakeholders (eg international actors, government entities, public service providers, etc) can help to deliver effective engineering solutions in Morocco.
Monday 5th February 2024, 17:00 Morocco time (UTC+1) (Arabic)
Training of Trainers course
This introductory Training of Trainers (ToT) course aims to develop the competencies needed to deliver training across the sector using participatory methodologies. You will apply your learning from the course to plan, prepare and deliver your own short training session, receiving feedback from experienced trainers and your peers. This online course combines theory and practice to help you understand the fundamentals of training and facilitation and develop competencies to aid you in becoming a more effective trainer.
This particular ToT is targeted towards technical responders to the earthquake in Morocco.
This course is composed of five live sessions, with individual and small group work assigned between each session. The facilitator will be available to provide support to students in between sessions via email.
Sunday 7th January - Thursday 11th January 09:00 - 11:30 Morocco time (UTC+1) each day (Arabic)
An application form will be posted here soon.