Build skills and confidence to deliver training for the humanitarian sector
Humanitarians require skills in design, delivery and measurement of effective training programmes across a range of technical areas. Capacity building via training and imparting knowledge on best practice, humanitarian principles and other areas is at the very core of aid and development work. This highly practical 3-day Train the Trainer course focuses on humanitarian and development contexts and will build your competency and confidence to design and deliver quality and effective training.
Who is this course for?
Humanitarian and international development practitioners, with technical and/or sectoral knowledge they are seeking to share, or who are required to deliver training or communicate important messages on regular basis.
What you will learn
Designed primarily for humanitarian and development contexts, this new Train the Trainer course will prepare you to:
Course dates and location
Training of Trainers for Humanitarian Practitioners is run once a year. Each course runs three full days and is non-residential. Participants make their own accommodation and transport arrangements. All course rates include training materials, lunch and morning and afternoon tea.
Keep an eye on the website for 2016 course dates.
ToT 2016 course fees
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|Government, corporate and other organisations
|Individual members of the public
|Australian Red Cross staff members and volunteers
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