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Diploma of Advanced Studies in Humanitarian Action

Wed, 15 Jul 2020 02:28:56 +0000

Country: Switzerland
Organization: Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies
Start date: 18 Jan 2021
End date: 26 Mar 2021
Registration deadline: 31 Oct 2020

The Diploma of Advanced Studies (DAS) aims to offer professionals a strong understanding of the contemporary humanitarian challenges through a comprehensive overview of conceptual and operational aspects of humanitarian past and present crises.

Objectives

Students will learn to understand the nature of humanitarian work, its ecosystem and the foundations of humanitarianism. They will also learn to critically analyse the concepts and practices of humanitarian action, build relevant arguments regarding these concepts and practices and define a well-argued positioning.

The course is divided in five modules:

  • M1: Humanitarianisms
  • M2: Contexts, Actions and Consequences
  • M3: Revisiting Vulnerability and Needs
  • M4: Humanitarian Governance, Norms and Principles
  • M5: The Humanitarians

The Diploma also includes the writing of a final dissertation.

The process includes a series of five online workshops organised in December 2020 and January 2021 to help the students design their dissertation project.

The DAS dissertation must be presented by May 2021.

How to register: Requirements

A bachelor’s degree or an equivalent, university degree requiring three years of study.

Admission process

Admission is based on the overall quality of the application, including academic achievement, quality of application documents, relevance of previous work experience and English language skills. The Selection Committee examines the quality of the applications and aims to reach a balance between the number of men and women, educational profiles and professional experience, geographical distribution and financial contribution.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Language requirements

All classes at the Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies are delivered in English. All students must have an excellent command of English. Students whose mother tongue is not English, who do not have secondary or post-secondary qualifications taught in English or who have not spent a minimum of one year studying full-time at a university level in English (please provide transcripts certifying that courses were delivered in English), must provide a certificate to prove their mastery of English. More information on recognised tests and scores is available here.

Enrollment deadlines
  • Regular academic year (starting in September)
    • with scholarship/visa: For candidates who wish to apply for a scholarship and/or who need an entry visa for Switzerland, application deadline is February (before the academic year).
    • all other candidates: applications are open until 30 June (before the academic year).
    • Candidates without scholarship can also enroll to the Master during the current academic year.
To submit your application:

You will receive a confirmation by e-mail. Should you have any questions, please contact us at humanitarianstudies@unige.ch

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Sexual Violence in Conflict Settings and Emergencies (Online course)

Wed, 15 Jul 2020 02:24:51 +0000

Organization: Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies
Start date: 21 Oct 2020
End date: 9 Dec 2020
Registration deadline: 14 Oct 2020

This course focuses on the design, implementation and evaluation of programmes dedicated to the prevention and mitigation of sexual violence. The course is delivered in partnership with the International Committee of the Red Cross, Médecins sans Frontières, Handicap International, OHCHR, UNFPA and UNHCR.

Our eight week distance learning course is a unique opportunity to study this critical subject via distance learning. There will be one hour of live online teaching once a week, plus three hours of individual work per week.

Course Objectives

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the phenomenon of sexual violence in conflict and emergencies
  • Identify and assess the extent and causes of sexual violence in a specific context; and
  • Conceive a programme centred on victims/survivors of sexual violence.

Programme

  • Core concepts
  • Introduction to a Survivor-Centered Approach
  • Ethics and methods of data-gathering
  • Sexual Violence Against Men and Boys
  • Medical Care
  • Policy and Practice: Pregnancy as a Result of Rape
  • Mental Health and Psychosocial Support
  • Access to Justice
  • Prevention and Mitigation
How to register:

Prerequisites for attending this course are a university qualification (bachelor’s degree or equivalent), and at least three years of relevant professional experience.

Documents required:

  • CV (Résumé)
  • Proof of English language competence (TOEIC/TOEFL/IELTS or equivalent)
  • Passport photo
  • Scanned copy of passport

More information about the admission process is available on our application page.

Enroll at: https://apply.humanitarianstudies.ch/index.php/Home/login

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Designing Strategies and Projects in Humanitarian Action (Online course + 2 week residential)

Wed, 15 Jul 2020 02:17:24 +0000

Organization: Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies
Start date: 12 Oct 2020
End date: 27 Jun 2021
Registration deadline: 31 Aug 2020

An eight-month online course, complemented by a two-week residential course in Uganda.

This eight-month course aims to reinforce the knowledge and skills that humanitarian professionals need when working in complex environments. The course puts emphasis on adaptive and flexible strategies and projects. It focuses on your working situations and enables you to reflect on your current practice as you learn.

The course programme takes into account the major contexts for humanitarian action (armed conflict, “natural” disasters, social exclusion, complex emergencies). In addition, the course investigates the relationship between humanitarian and development aid.

The course is delivered in partnership with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Groupe urgence réhabilitation développement (URD), Handicap International (HI), United Nations Development Programme Bureau (UNDP-BCPR),the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAE), Conflict Dynamic International, International Federation Red Cross Red Crescent (IFRC), International Committee of Red Cross Red Crescent (ICRC), Sphere Project, the Centre de Psychologie Humanitaire (CPH), ACAPS (Assessment Capacities Project), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugee (UNHCR), Transparency International, CHS Alliance, The Leadership Academy, and Strategic Edge.

Structure of the course and key topics

Around 250 hours of individual work in total, including:

  • E-learning (courses: E-learning modules, videos, documents, educational games, forum discussions, individual and collective work, research, exercises, reflective analysis
  • Face-to-face sessions (lectures, case studies, individual and collective work)
  • Personal work with coaching (reflective analysis, writing, and implementation of an individual plan of action, individual and bilateral work)

Phase 1: Initialization process

2 weeks (4 hours/week) by distance

Phase 2: Foundation: Myself within this training + basic concepts

1 week (8 hours/week) by distance

Phase 3: Institutional strategic framework

3 weeks (8 hours/week) by distance

Phase 4: Operational strategic framework: Project Cycle Management and related operational stakes

6 weeks (10 hours/week) by distance

Phase 5: Decentralized residential session preparing/sharing/strengthening

4 weeks (96 hours in total) at distance and residential in Uganda

Phase 6a: Deepening my learning and preparing for my Plan of Action design

11 weeks (8 hours/week) at distance with coaching

Phase 6b: Deepening my knowledge and my Plan of Action in my current working context

6 weeks (8 hours/week) at distance with coaching

Phase 7: Closing: recap / evaluation / final feedback

2 weeks (8 hours/week) by distance

Residential session

More details about the Uganda two-week residential session are available here.

How to register: Admission process

The Selection Committee examines the quality of the applications and aims to reach a balance between the number of men and women, educational profiles and professional experience, geographical distribution and financial contribution.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Requirements

Hold a bachelor’s degree or an equivalent university degree requiring three years of study, plus a minimum of two years work experience in the humanitarian, social or development sector OR hold a bachelor’s degree or an equivalent university degree requiring three years of study and at least five years work experience in another sector and wish to transfer to the humanitarian sector.

Language requirements

All classes at the Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies are delivered in English. All students must have an excellent command of English. Students whose mother tongue is not English, who do not have secondary or post-secondary qualifications taught in English or who have not spent a minimum of one year studying full-time at a university level in English (please provide transcripts certifying that courses were delivered in English), must provide a certificate to prove their mastery of English. More information on recognised tests and scores is available here.

Enrollment deadlines
  • Regular academic year (starting in September)
    • with scholarship/visa: For candidates who wish to apply for a scholarship and/or who need an entry visa for Switzerland, application deadline is February (before the academic year).
    • all other candidates: applications are open until 15 July (before the academic year).
    • Candidates without scholarship can also enroll to the Master during the current academic year.
To submit your application:

You will receive a confirmation by e-mail. Should you have any questions, please contact us at humanitarianstudies@unige.ch

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Master in Humanitarian Action (1 year F/T course or flexible 2/3 year course)

Wed, 15 Jul 2020 02:12:40 +0000

Country: Switzerland
Organization: Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies
Start date: 14 Sep 2020
End date: 31 Aug 2021
Registration deadline: 31 Jul 2020

MASTER IN ADVANCED STUDIES IN HUMANITARIAN ACTION

DATES: 14 September – 31 August (for one year option)

DURATION: 1 year or 2-3 years flexible

CREDITS: 60

FEE: 15,000 CHF (1 year) or 17,000 CHF (2-3 years)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 31 July, 2020 (for 1 year course). Students interested in 2-3 year course can apply at various points in the academic year.

COURSE INTRODUCTION: This Master programme is a unique blended learning postgraduate course on humanitarian action. It provides current and future humanitarian professionals with the managerial, theoretical and practical skills needed to optimize responses to humanitarian crises. For the academic year 2020/21, students will complete the first term online, and then learn together in Geneva for the remainder of the course.

COURSE OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to critically analyse humanitarian responses through a good understanding of the concepts of humanitarian action and the use of management and strategy tools to develop, coordinate and evaluate a humanitarian response.

PROGRAMME OUTLINE (STRUCTURE, MODULES):

Term One: Quality Management of Humanitarian Projects

This course addresses the essential components that guarantee the qualitative management of adapted projects and cohesive teams. It integrates fundamental principles such as inclusion, do no harm, accountability or participation into processes, methods and tools of project and people management.

Certificate of Advanced studies: 10 ECTS Credits
Duration: 11.5 weeks of online study (14 September – 4 December, 2020) Online

Term Two: Critical Analysis of Humanitarian Action

The course offers professionals a strong understanding of the contemporary humanitarian challenges through a comprehensive overview of conceptual and operational aspects of the humanitarian sector in relation to past and present crises.**

Diploma of Advanced Studies: 25 ECTS Credits
Duration: 10 weeks (18 January – 26 March, 2021) in Geneva

  • Module 1: Humanitarianisms
  • Module 2: Contexts, Actions and Consequences
  • Module 3: Revisiting Vulnerability and Needs
  • Module 4: Humanitarian Governance, Norms and Principles
  • Module 5: The Humanitarians

Term Three: Implementation of Humanitarian Projects

Selection of five elective courses from the following list:

(Certificate of Advanced Studies: 10 ECTS Credits)

Duration: April-August, in Geneva

Term four: Workshops and dissertation (15 ECTS Credits) in Geneva.
Dissertation work:

  • A series of 14 online workshops organised from September to January to help students design their dissertation project (5 ECTS credits).
  • Completion of MAS dissertation by August 2021 (10 ECTS credits).

COURSE COORDINATOR AND EMAIL:

Dr Valerie Gorin (Valerie.gorin@unige.ch)

How to register:

To apply please visit our registration platform:

https://apply.humanitarianstudies.ch/index.php/Home/login

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MSc International Disaster Management and Humanitarian Response: Online

Tue, 14 Jul 2020 01:32:20 +0000

Organization: University of Manchester
Start date: 28 Sep 2020
End date: 25 Sep 2023
Registration deadline: 21 Sep 2020

Our MSc International Disaster Management and Humanitarian Response distance learning course will enable you to develop the skills and knowledge needed to respond to and help prevent disasters.

When disasters strike suddenly, they require a quick response, and create burdens for rescue and humanitarian workers.

There is a great demand not only for preparing and equipping workers prior to the disaster event, but also building knowledge and skills to prevent disasters from occurring.

A community that has both a team with the capacity to prevent disasters and a ready-to-respond team can reduce disaster mortality and economic losses.

Our master's course is consistent with the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR) 2015-2030, which emphasises disaster education, including for personnel who have difficulty in attending conventional face-to-face provisions.

This course has been designed to equip you with advanced knowledge, and to continue your personal development in disaster risk management and humanitarianism.

You will learn to conduct theoretical and practical analysis, as well as evaluation to support disaster management and humanitarian action in global health contexts.

This course offers flexible online study that enables part-time students to obtain a master's degree without residency and boundary restrictions.

Aims

We aim to:

  • provide you with critical insights into competing perspectives on how disaster management and humanitarian action can be understood, analysed and explained - from both an historiographic and contemporary viewpoint;
  • develop your analytical skills in critically evaluating the idea of disaster risk management and humanitarian action and the ways it has been organised, justified and implemented. This includes competency in developing a reasoned argument, critically considering data sources and defending different approaches;
  • develop your skills in gathering, organising and using evidence and information from a wide variety of sources. This will be complemented by guidance on how best to manage workloads and obtain research materials;
  • enable MSc students to apply established techniques of research and enquiry to a relevant research area to create and/or interpret knowledge.
How to register:

A Second Class Honours Degree or equivalent in a relevant degree in any discipline from a recognised university or its equivalent.

An English Language requirement of an overall grade of 7.0 (with a minimum writing score of 7) in IELTS, or 100+ in the iTOEFL with a minimum writing score of 25.

Please apply via the University website: https://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/2020/18346/msc-in...

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USAID Rules & Regulations: Grants & Cooperative Agreements (Asia/GMT + 7)

Fri, 10 Jul 2020 02:26:03 +0000

Organization: Humentum
Start date: 10 Aug 2020
End date: 14 Aug 2020
Registration deadline: 9 Aug 2020

USAID Rules & Regulations: Grants & Cooperative Agreements (Asia/GMT + 7)

This online workshop is at 9 am and 2 pm GMT + 7.

Whether you are new to USAID funding or have years of program experience, this highly participatory workshop will show you how to apply the regulations to benefit your project, staff and organization.

Our expert facilitators take you step by step through the regulations and show you how to interpret key concepts in the administrative requirements, cost principles, and standard provisions. You will return to your project able to find answers to questions about your award – from “are laptops allowable” to “does my international trip need prior approval” to “how do I dispose of a vehicle?” In addition to maintaining donor compliance, you’ll also learn how to build strong working relationships with USAID and develop policies for successful management of your grant or cooperative agreement.

This online workshop runs over 5 days using a combination of live webinars, videos and discussions. You are required to log-in at set times, designed for those in the US West Coast, with a schedule for live webinars, each lasting approximately 90 minutes.

How to register:

Visit USAID Rules & Regulations: Grants & Cooperative Agreements (Asia/GMT + 7) to view the description, agenda, and how to register.

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USAID Rules & Regulations: Grants & Cooperative Agreements (US West Coast/GMT - 7)

Fri, 10 Jul 2020 02:25:18 +0000

Organization: Humentum
Start date: 20 Jul 2020
End date: 24 Jul 2020
Registration deadline: 19 Jul 2020

USAID Rules & Regulations: Grants & Cooperative Agreements (US West Coast/GMT - 7)

This online workshop is at 9 am and 2 pm US West Coast/GMT - 7 and 12 pm and 5 pm US East Coast/GMT - 4.

Whether you are new to USAID funding or have years of program experience, this highly participatory workshop will show you how to apply the regulations to benefit your project, staff and organization.

Our expert facilitators take you step by step through the regulations and show you how to interpret key concepts in the administrative requirements, cost principles, and standard provisions. You will return to your project able to find answers to questions about your award – from “are laptops allowable” to “does my international trip need prior approval” to “how do I dispose of a vehicle?” In addition to maintaining donor compliance, you’ll also learn how to build strong working relationships with USAID and develop policies for successful management of your grant or cooperative agreement.

This online workshop runs over 5 days using a combination of live webinars, videos and discussions. You are required to log-in at set times, designed for those in the US West Coast, with a schedule for live webinars, each lasting approximately 90 minutes.

By the end of this workshop, learners will be able to:

  • Navigate up-to-date USAID rules and regulations with the confidence to find answers, solve common issues and manage audit findings
  • Confidently collaborate and negotiate with key USAID staff, including the AO/AOR
  • Know why, how and when to submit prior approvals, waivers and extensions – and understand how to use them to save time and money
  • Understand how your organization’s policies and procedures are critical to effective project implementation – and how to make them more efficient

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This workshop is designed for:

  • Anyone managing or bidding on a USAID grant or cooperative agreement from finance, compliance, program, administrative or new business development teams
  • Independent auditors or CPAs who perform compliance or financial audits within the development sector
  • USAID staff, especially Agreement Officers and Agreement Officer’s Representatives

This workshop can also help you with regulations that apply across US Government funding agencies. However, if you have a USAID contract, you should attend our USAID Contract Management workshop. Not sure? Feel free to contact us and we’ll help you!

How to register:

Visit USAID Rules & Regulations: Grants & Cooperative Agreements (US West Coast/GMT - 7) to view the description, agenda, and how to register.

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USAID Proposal Development: From RFA/RFP to Proposal eWorkshop

Fri, 10 Jul 2020 02:22:26 +0000

Organization: Humentum
Start date: 22 Jul 2020
End date: 18 Aug 2020
Registration deadline: 19 Jul 2020

USAID Proposal Development: From RFA/RFP to Proposal eWorkshop

NGOs require team members who know how USAID works as an awarding agency so that they can effectively manage the proposal process at the country office level, and who can understand the processes and challenges of responding to RFAs and RFPs in the home office. This highly participatory workshop is designed to give you the practical tools, resources, and guidance you need to submit quality proposals to USAID.

By the end of this workshop, learners will be able to:

  • Analyze RFAs and RFPs from technical and cost perspectives
  • Submit proposals using the format of the USAID Request for Application/Request (RFA/RFP)
  • Manage the proposal process at the field level, either as a direct responsibility or in partnership with headquarters staff
  • Conduct internal strategy meetings to facilitate the development of a strong technical solution, set calendars/timelines for managing the response, and identify appropriate team members for the proposal review process
  • Establish effective partnerships for proposal development
  • Develop an action plan to enhance the business development process within your organization, including anticipating solicitations and planning proposals in advance

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This workshop is designed for:

  • Finance staff who want to enhance their proposal writing or review skills
  • Program staff – at HQ and in the field – who work on new business development
  • Business development staff who are seeking to improve their team’s processes and systems
  • Administrative staff who are interested in supporting the proposal writing process
How to register:

Visit USAID Proposal Development: From RFA/RFP to Proposal eWorkshop to view the description, agenda, and how to register.

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IMAS EOD Level 3+ (Advanced) Course

Fri, 10 Jul 2020 02:19:03 +0000

Country: Serbia
Organizations: PCM Group, Mine Action & Training Kosovo
Start date: 9 Nov 2020
End date: 28 Nov 2020
Registration deadline: 16 Oct 2020
IMAS EOD Level 3+ (Advanced) course at MAT Kosovo, The World Premier IMAS EOD School.

The course aims to instruct students, who are already Level 3 (IMAS) certified, to the required levels of knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to perform the duties and tasks (during EOD Operations) of a qualified IMAS Level 3+ EOD Operator in humanitarian mine action. The levels of competency training meets IMAS 09.30; Explosive Ordnance Disposal Level 3+ Criteria. Students have the opportunity to gain an IMAS Level 3+ qualification, depending on the level of competency displayed by the student during assessment and training. The course will focus on management and planning of demining operations, demolitions and explosive storage. In addition, the disposal of depleted Uranium, air dropped and guided weapon fusing and disposal techniques will be taught.

CONFIRMATORY EXERCISES, ASSESSMENTS AND FORMAL TESTS:

UXO identification test, (LSA, GWs, ADW’). Central Demolition Site selection exercise, including writing range procedures and destruction programme assessments. Booby trap Clearance assessments. EOD & IED practical disposal assessments . EOD chemical precautions practical exercise. Students will have to plan, manage and conduct a series of EOD, IED, and booby trap task scenarios as the EOD operator in command.

Students will be required to produce technical reports as part of any practical or theoretical training. The level of competency training exceeds IMAS Level 3+ Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) qualification; applicants must be in procession of an IMAS EOD Level 3 Certificate or equivalent to attend this course.

We assist our students obtain their Kosovar visa if they need a visa to enter Kosovo. Please note that if you require a visa to enter Kosovo we need to receive the deposit for attendance by the 18th February 2019 in order to have your visa application processed in time.

How to register:

To register please visit our website www.pcm-erw.com, send us an email to info@pcm-erw.com or contact us via Skype at PCM ERW

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Diploma de migraciones forzadas (sep-dic) 2020

Thu, 09 Jul 2020 11:56:07 +0000

Organization: Instituto de Estudios sobre Conflictos y Acción Humanitaria
Start date: 7 Sep 2020
End date: 6 Dec 2020
Registration deadline: 4 Sep 2020

Presentación

El DIPLOMA DE MIGRACIONES FORZADAS se ha diseñado como un itinerario formativo compuesto de dos cursos virtuales: Introducción a las migraciones forzadas y Cambio climático, desastres naturales y migraciones forzadas

Este itinerario pretende brindar una oferta formativa flexible, práctica y actualizada a través de la plataforma de formación en línea del Instituto. Destinado a todas las personas interesadas en entender las principales claves del reto humanitario que suponen las migraciones forzadas y la gestión de la seguridad de las poblaciones desplazadas a causa de conflictos armados, así como catástrofes naturales y humanas en un mundo globalizado; para profesionales de la cooperación, estudiantes o cualquier persona interesada en este ámbito de las relaciones internacionales y la cooperación internacional.

El curso se estructura en dos cursos de dos cursos virtuales de 12 semanas de duración:

Introducción a las migraciones forzadas

  • Módulo I: La migración forzada en un mundo globalizado – retos actuales y cuestiones éticas

  • Módulo II: Introducción al régimen internacional y los instrumentos regionales para la protección de las personas refugiadas

  • Módulo III: Los desafíos en la búsqueda de soluciones duraderas

Cambio climático, desastres naturales y migraciones forzadas

  • Módulo I: Aclarando conceptos: ¿Qué es el cambio climático y que tiene que ver con los desastres ambientales y la migración forzada?

  • Módulo II: La protección de los desplazados y migrantes ambientales en el derecho internacional

  • Módulo III: Armando el rompecabezas: la búsqueda de respuestas coherentes y efectivas para proteger a los migrantes y desplazados ambientales

How to register:

DIPLOMA DE MIGRACIONES FORZADAS

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Diploma de acción humanitaria (sep-dic) 2020

Thu, 09 Jul 2020 11:54:10 +0000

Organization: Instituto de Estudios sobre Conflictos y Acción Humanitaria
Start date: 14 Sep 2020
End date: 13 Dec 2020
Registration deadline: 7 Sep 2020

Presentación

El DIPLOMA DE ACCIÓN HUMANITARIA se ha diseñado como un itinerario formativo compuesto de dos cursos virtuales: Introducción a la acción humanitaria: fundamentos, marco jurídico y actores y Gestión de proyectos humanitarios: identificación, seguimiento, evaluación y cuestiones transversales.

Este itinerario pretende brindar una oferta formativa flexible, práctica y actualizada a través de la plataforma de formación en línea del Instituto. El curso está destinado a todas las personas interesadas en entender las principales claves de la acción humanitaria y la gestión de proyectos humanitarios ya sean profesionales de la cooperación, estudiantes o cualquier persona interesada en este ámbito de las relaciones internacionales y la cooperación internacional.

El curso se estructura en dos cursos virtuales de 12 semanas de duración:

Introducción a la acción humanitaria

  • Módulo I: Introducción a la acción humanitaria

  • Módulo II: El marco jurídico de la acción humaitaria. Una ayuda basada en derechos.

  • Módulo III: Los actores de la acción humanitaria.

Gestión de proyectos humanitarios

  • Módulo I: Elementos a considerar en la formulación y gestión de un proyecto humanitario

  • Módulo II: Gestión del ciclo del proyecto: de los primeros pasos a la ejecución

  • Módulo III: Seguimiento, evaluación y elementos clave para la calidad del proyecto

Fee information

El precio de la matrícula es de 355€* Becas para estudiantes y personas desempleadas 280€

How to register:

DIPLOMA DE ACCIÓN HUMANITARIA

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Diploma de Evaluación y Gestión de la Calidad en la Acción Humanitaria (sep-dic 2020)

Thu, 09 Jul 2020 11:53:03 +0000

Organization: Instituto de Estudios sobre Conflictos y Acción Humanitaria
Start date: 28 Sep 2020
End date: 13 Dec 2020
Registration deadline: 21 Sep 2020

El DIPLOMA DE EVALUACIÓN Y GESTIÓN DE LA CALIDAD EN LA ACCIÓN HUMANITARIA se ha diseñado como un itinerario formativo compuesto de tres módulos o cursos virtuales independientes: Evaluación de la acción humanitaria, Gestión de la calidad en la acción humanitaria y* Herramientas metodológicas para evaluar la acción humanitaria.*

Este itinerario pretende brindar una oferta formativa flexible, práctica y actualizada sobre aspectos claves de la gestión de la calidad de la acción humanitaria, destinada a las personas que trabajan en la acción humanitaria, especialmente a aquellas vinculadas con la cooperación español.

El curso se estructura en tres cursos de 12 semanas de duración (total):

Evaluación de la acción humanitaria

  • Clase 1: Introducción a la evaluación en la acción humanitaria
  • Clase 2: Criterios o componentes de la evaluación
  • Clase 3: La evaluación en marcha. El ciclo de la evaluación
  • Clase 4: Puesta en marcha de la evaluación. Trabajo de terreno e informe final
  • Clase 5: Haciendo útil la evaluación. Retroalimentación, capitalización, e incorporación de lecciones
  • Clase 6: Evaluando la evaluación

Gestión de la calidad en la acción humanitaria

  • Clase 1: Introducción a la calidad en la acción humanitaria
  • Clase 2: La Carta Humanitaria y las normas mínimas del Proyecto Esfera
  • Clase 3: La Norma Humanitaria Esencial (CHS)
  • Clase 4: Otras iniciativas: ALNAP, ACAPS...
  • Clase 5: La responsabilidad de los donantes y la buena donación humanitaria. Mecanismos de control

Herramientas metodológicas para evaluar la acción humanitaria

  • Clase 1: Aspectos metodológicos de evaluación en la acción humanitaria
  • Clase 2: Encuesta, cuestionario a gran escala y miniencuesta
  • Clase 3: Entrevistas individuales, discusiones, talleres y entrevistas grupales
  • Clase 4: La investigación acción participativa (IAP) en evaluación
  • Clase 5: El análisis coste-beneficio en la evaluación
  • Clase 6: Técnicas y métodos cuantitativos: estadística aplicada a la evaluación
How to register:

DIPLOMA DE EVALUACIÓN Y GESTIÓN DE LA CALIDAD EN LA ACCIÓN HUMANITARIA

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Introducing International Development Management - Free Course

Thu, 09 Jul 2020 01:46:57 +0000

Organization: Humanitarian Training

Development is a phenomenon with a pedigree stretching back over 200 years, rather than the period since the Second World War and the beginnings of decolonisation as is generally conceived.

This course, which is broken down into five main sections, focuses on different elements of development. Section 2 examines the context and practice of development and different conceptualisations of poverty..The next section examines the actors and structures of development, and specifically the ‘management’ of development processes. The institutions of development are the focus of Section 4, with a focus on inter-organisational relations and negotiation of development actors. The final section focuses on development in difficult contexts – specifically development interventions, such as peacebuilding, in the context of violent conflict.

This Free course gives access to students for 365 days so that you can explore each section at your own pace.

There is an optional completion certificate available for only €19.99.

How to register:

Register online for free at:
https://www.humanitariantraining.com/course/introducing-international-deve...

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COVID-19 Training for Health Workers: Preparedness and Response

Wed, 08 Jul 2020 00:47:49 +0000

Organizations: Project HOPE, DisasterReady

Learn to safely and effectively screen, triage, and treat patients with COVID-19 through this FREE online training program provided in collaboration by Project HOPE, DisasterReady, and the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies at the Watson Institute of Brown University.

​This training is designed for health workers and leadership on the frontlines of the crisis to increase their capacity to respond rapidly and efficiently to the threat of COVID-19, while also protecting their own health.

Free courses include:

  • ​COVID-19 Background
  • Infection Prevention and Control

  • Surveillance

  • Screening and Triage

  • Diagnosis and Management

  • Stabilization and Resuscitation

  • Medical Surge Operations Planning

  • Risk Communication and Public Health Messaging

This eLearning was funded by a grant from the Center for Disaster Philanthropy.

How to register:

COVID-19 Training for Health Workers: Preparedness and Response is one of over 1,000 free online learning opportunities in DisasterReady.org. Create your free account and get started today.

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CDPM-III: Expert Certified Development Project Manager, Level 3 (S5)

Tue, 07 Jul 2020 03:32:02 +0000

Organization: Project Management for Development Organizations
Start date: 3 Aug 2020
End date: 21 Aug 2020
Registration deadline: 3 Aug 2020

Master Certified Development Project Manager (CPDM)

The CDPM is a unique program in project management that allows development managers to become more accomplished, qualified, and efficient in their fields. The Certificate in Development Project Management (CDPM®) addresses the people skills and real-world practices required for successful project managers. Taught by experienced professionals, program participants obtain a solid analytical framework, communication techniques, strategic planning skills and managerial insight to ensure projects are completed on schedule, on budget and within scope.

A certificate is a valuable credential for professionals working in humanitarian and development projects. In particular, those who are seeking to increase their responsibilities, obtain a raise or explore new job opportunities. This certificate is essential for project and program managers charged with leading a cross-functional or project team to success. It is appropriate for organization leaders, mid-level managers, and project managers who need to learn the critical leadership skills necessary to ensure the high performance of a project team.

About this Program

The CDPM-Level 3 certificate program is an advanced training program designed for professionals who want to take their project management skills and knowledge to a higher level. The program consists of five (5) courses, to earn the certificate, you must complete two mandatory courses and select and complete three elective courses that best meet your individual learning objectives, each course has a duration of three weeks.

Program requirements

Complete two mandatory courses:

  • OPM - Organizational Project Management
  • MPM - Mastering Project Management

**Complete the suggested elective courses ***

  • EPM - Effective Project Management
  • APM - Adaptive Project Management
  • PIMS - Project Information Management Systems

* These courses are elective and you can choose from other courses of similar value.

Dedicated Instructors

Experienced, skilled instructors will guide you through a structured, interactive learning experience that features readings, interactive learning activities, discussion, and hands-on exercises. The work experiences of PM4DEV instructors cover a wide range of project management disciplines, and the personalized guidance provided throughout the course is relevant, insightful and timely.

Program participants
Your classmates will include other development professionals. Together you will share diverse insights that will deeply enrich your learning experience. Online PM4DEV courses allow you to meet, work with and learn from development professionals from all over the globe. The online discussion forums are quite active and offer a great opportunity to learn from the experience of others.

Online Convenience
All PM4DEV courses are completely online, they include weekly structured online discussions with your classmates and instructor. You can participate in the courses whenever your schedule allows, but you must meet due dates for weekly assignments and complete all assigned activities.

Course Certificates
Each course provides 35 hours of learning and instruction over a three-week period. After completion of the course, you will receive a Certification of Completion. Once you complete all three courses you will receive the Certification in Development Project Manager (CDPM-III) mailed to your home address at no extra cost.

Program Fee
The regular cost of the four courses is $700, the program has a special discount of 30% that you can apply during registration, by using the code 30CDPM your total fee will only be $490 for five courses. On the registration page, you can choose your preferred payment methods. We accept all major credit cards in a secure online payment system. We also accept payments via Western Union or Money Gram. For alternative payments methods please contact me at:

Ana Torrelio
Student Services
ana.torrelio@pm4dev.com
www.pm4dev.com
Atlanta, USA

Registration
Registration for this program is now open. Click on the Register button, add the 35% discount code 35CDPM and enter your payment method. Once you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email and a request to choose your course dates.

More about this program on this link CPDM

Click this link to download the Program Brochure

Download the 2020 Course Schedule and plan your learning. Click here.

PM4DEV is a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), approved by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.to issue professional development units (PDU's) for its project management training courses. Our instructors are experienced trainers and project managers who are PMP® certified. Our comprehensive courses in project management theory, fundamentals, principles, and practices are designed around industry best practices and based on the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®). We are confident in our ability to provide comprehensive, practical courses that will enable you to further your project management education.

How to register:

The course fee is due before the start of the course, to receive the 30% discount, use the code 30CDPM. Visit this link to register online: https://cdpm-3.eventbrite.com/

For other types of payment and if you have any questions please contact me at the following address:

Ana Torrelio
Student Services
ana.torrelio@pm4dev.com
www.pm4dev.com
Atlanta, USA

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CDPM-II: Expert Certified Development Project Manager, Level 2 (S5)

Tue, 07 Jul 2020 03:31:32 +0000

Organization: Project Management for Development Organizations
Start date: 3 Aug 2020
End date: 21 Aug 2020
Registration deadline: 3 Aug 2020

Expert Certified Development Project Manager (CPDM)

The CDPM is a unique program in project management that allows development managers to become more accomplished, qualified, and efficient in their fields. The Certificate in Development Project Management (CDPM®) addresses the people skills and real-world practices required for successful project managers. Taught by experienced professionals, program participants obtain a solid analytical framework, communication techniques, strategic planning skills and managerial insight to ensure projects are completed on schedule, on budget and within scope.

A certificate is a valuable credential for professionals working in humanitarian and development projects. In particular, those who are seeking to increase their responsibilities, obtain a raise or explore new job opportunities. This certificate is essential for project and program managers charged with leading a cross-functional or project team to success. It is appropriate for organization leaders, mid-level managers, and project managers who need to learn the critical leadership skills necessary to ensure the high performance of a project team.

About this Program:

The CDPM-Level 2 certificate program provides you with comprehensive training on development project management. The program consists of four (4) courses, to earn the certificate, you must complete two mandatory courses and select and complete two elective courses that best meet your individual learning objectives, each course has a duration of three weeks.

Complete two mandatory courses:

  • APM - Adaptive Project Management
  • LPM - Leadership in Project Management

Complete the suggested elective courses:

  • EPM - Effective Project Management*
  • RBPM - Results Based Project Management *

* These courses are elective and you can choose from other courses of similar value.

Dedicated Instructors

Experienced, skilled instructors will guide you through a structured, interactive learning experience that features readings, interactive learning activities, discussion, and hands-on exercises. The work experiences of PM4DEV instructors cover a wide range of project management disciplines, and the personalized guidance provided throughout the course is relevant, insightful and timely.

Program participants
Your classmates will include other development professionals. Together you will share diverse insights that will deeply enrich your learning experience. Online PM4DEV courses allow you to meet, work with and learn from development professionals from all over the globe. The online discussion forums are quite active and offer a great opportunity to learn from the experience of others.

Online Convenience
All PM4DEV courses are completely online, they include weekly structured online discussions with your classmates and instructor. You can participate in the courses whenever your schedule allows, but you must meet due dates for weekly assignments and complete all assigned activities.

Course Certificates
Each course provides 35 hours of learning and instruction over a three-week period. After completion of the course, you will receive a Certification of Completion. Once you complete all three courses you will receive the Certification in Development Project Manager (CDPM-II) mailed to your home address at no extra cost.

More about this program on this link CPDM

Click this link to download the Program Brochure

Download the 2020 Course Schedule and plan your learning. Click here.

PM4DEV is a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), approved by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.to issue professional development units (PDU's) for its project management training courses. Our instructors are experienced trainers and project managers who are PMP® certified. Our comprehensive courses in project management theory, fundamentals, principles, and practices are designed around industry best practices and based on the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®). We are confident in our ability to provide comprehensive, practical courses that will enable you to further your project management education.

How to register:

The course fee is due before the start of the course, to receive the 30% discount, use the code 30CDPM. Visit this link to register online: https://cdpm-2.eventbrite.com/

For other types of payment and if you have any questions please contact me at the following address:

Ana Torrelio
Student Services
ana.torrelio@pm4dev.com
www.pm4dev.com
Atlanta, USA

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CDPM-I: Advanced Certified Development Project Manager, Level 1 (S5)

Tue, 07 Jul 2020 03:29:40 +0000

Organization: Project Management for Development Organizations
Start date: 3 Aug 2020
End date: 21 Aug 2020
Registration deadline: 3 Aug 2020

Advanced Certified Development Project Manager (CPDM)

The CDPM is a unique program in project management that allows development managers to become more accomplished, qualified, and efficient in their fields. The Certificate in Development Project Management (CDPM®) addresses the people skills and real-world practices required for successful project managers. Taught by experienced professionals, program participants obtain a solid analytical framework, communication techniques, strategic planning skills and managerial insight to ensure projects are completed on schedule, on budget and within scope.

A certificate is a valuable credential for professionals working in humanitarian and development projects. In particular, those who are seeking to increase their responsibilities, obtain a raise or explore new job opportunities. This certificate is essential for project and program managers charged with leading a cross-functional or project team to success. It is appropriate for organization leaders, mid-level managers, and project managers who need to learn the critical leadership skills necessary to ensure the high performance of a project team.

About this Program:

The CDPM Level 1 program consists of three courses, each course has a duration of three weeks. The certificate program provides you with a comprehensive introduction to development project management. To earn the certificate, you will complete the two required courses and complete one elective course that best meets your individual learning objectives.
Program Requirements

Complete two mandatory courses:

  • FPM - Fundamentals of Project Management
  • EPM - Effective Project Management

Complete the suggested elective course*:

  • PDME - Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation

* You can also choose an elective from other courses of similar value.

Dedicated Instructors
Experienced, skilled instructors will guide you through a structured, interactive learning experience that features readings, interactive learning activities, discussion, and hands-on exercises. The work experiences of PM4DEV instructors cover a wide range of project management disciplines, and the personalized guidance provided throughout the course is relevant, insightful and timely.

Program participants
Your classmates will include other development professionals. Together you will share diverse insights that will deeply enrich your learning experience. Online PM4DEV courses allow you to meet, work with and learn from development professionals from all over the globe. The online discussion forums are quite active and offer a great opportunity to learn from the experience of others.

Online Convenience
All PM4DEV courses are completely online, they include weekly structured online discussions with your classmates and instructor. You can participate in the courses whenever your schedule allows, but you must meet due dates for weekly assignments and complete all assigned activities.

Course Certificates
Each course provides 35 hours of learning and instruction over a three-week period. After completion of the course, you will receive a Certification of Completion. Once you complete all three courses you will receive the Certification in Development Project Manager mailed to your home address at no extra cost

More about this program on this link CPDM

Click this link to download the Program Brochure

Download the 2020 Course Schedule and plan your learning. Click here.

PM4DEV is a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), approved by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.to issue professional development units (PDU's) for its project management training courses. Our instructors are experienced trainers and project managers who are PMP® certified. Our comprehensive courses in project management theory, fundamentals, principles, and practices are designed around industry best practices and based on the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®). We are confident in our ability to provide comprehensive, practical courses that will enable you to further your project management education.

How to register:

The course fee is due before the start of the course, to receive the 30% discount, use the code 30CDPM. Visit this link to register online: https://cdpm-1.eventbrite.com/

For other types of payment and if you have any questions please contact me at the following address:

Ana Torrelio
Student Services
ana.torrelio@pm4dev.com
www.pm4dev.com
Atlanta, USA

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The Medair Relief & Recovery Orientation Course (ROC)

Tue, 07 Jul 2020 03:24:11 +0000

Countries: Switzerland, World
Organization: Medair
Start date: 21 Nov 2020
End date: 28 Nov 2020
Registration deadline: 25 Oct 2020
Location

ROC location - Vallorbe, near Geneva, Switzerland

Starting Date & Initial Contract Details

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, the June and September ROC have now been cancelled. Depending on how the situation unfolds in the coming months, we are aiming to hold a ROC in November 2020 and are still accepting applications. We are listening to the guidance of the WHO and local governments, and will update the website in due time, so please check back for updates.

Course dates:

21st November – 28th November 2020

ROC Application deadline:

25th October 2020

Contract length

If a field contract is signed after the ROC, it normally ranges from (a minimum of) 12 months to 2 years.

Please note that attending the ROC does not guarantee a job placement after the ROC.

Field Workplace

Medair is currently working in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, D.R. Congo, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Madagascar, Somalia, South Sudan, and Syria, .
Field contracts given will be based in one of these countries or any new programmes that Medair starts up.

Why consider the Medair ROC?

If you have professional experience that matches one or more of the Medair sectors but you cannot see any current jobs that fit your profile, apply directly for the Medair ROC, our “Relief and Recovery Orientation Course”.
We will try and match your profile to our upcoming field vacancy needs and if there is a good match, we will consider you for this or a future ROC.
Everyone who desires to work as an International Staff in one of our field programmes must first successfully complete the ROC.

Candidates accepted onto the Medair ROC will be considered for International Staff field roles

ROC Overview

The ROC is an intensive experiential orientation to relief work with Medair. This 7 day course is held three/four times a year. Participants experience the challenges of relief work through practical simulations and become familiar with Medair’s values, projects, and country programmes. Each participant will be interviewed by a senior member of the Medair Human Resources team to evaluate the week and discuss their possible future with Medair in a field programme. The course is normally held in Switzerland or Kenya.

Fees, Content & Schedule

Download the ROC Brochure for course information and fees

Key Activity Areas

The ROC simulation includes practical exercises, research, and daily updates of changing field conditions and security bulletins.

Key Experience / Qualifications

Medair seeks a wide range of professionals with experience, qualifications and training in the following sectors:

  • Minimum 1 year’s professional experience in one of the sectors referred to above
  • Relevant professional qualification; Post-graduate qualification in relief or development desirable
  • Humanitarian, security, international development
  • Senior management, project management, business administration
  • Medical, nutrition, public health, tropical medicine
  • Engineering, (civil, environmental)
  • Construction (architecture, site management)
  • Logistics / Supply Chain
  • Human Resources
  • Finance, accounting, grant management
  • Communications, fundraising, marketing and media
  • Information technology services (ITS)
Other Experience / Competencies

Standard ranges of experience and competencies required for Medair field positions:

  • Minimum 1 year’s professional experience in one of the sectors referred to above
  • Project management and team management experience
  • Management experience desirable, especially in a relief environment
  • Experience at cross cultural communication techniques; Diplomatic and sensitive to cross cultural issues; Good negotiation skills, especially in the context of another culture
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills; Able to express views clearly
  • Experience in dealing with donors and government officials desirable
  • Experience in training/mentoring staff; Team player with strong relational skills
  • Committed to team-building, and to consultative and servant leadership
  • Planning, assessment and analytical skills
  • Report writing and proposal writing skills desirable
  • Good level of self-motivation, with a pro-active approach to work, problem solver, dynamic, mature
  • Able to prioritise clearly and oversee multiple tasks
  • Capacity to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Ability to live and work in conflict and rural environment
How to register:

Before You Apply

Please ensure you are fully aware of:

a) The Medair organisational values

b) The full details about the Medair Relief & Recovery Orientation Course (ROC)
(which forms part of the recruitment selection process for field positions)

c) Please do not make multiple applications. We will not review email applications. Only English-language applications / CV’s will be reviewed. Recruitment is on-going until positions are filled.

Application Process

a) apply for a Medair ROC (where we can try and match your competencies to our vacancy needs)

b) or apply for a specific field vacancy that matches your profile.

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PROJECT PLANNING AND PROPOSAL WRITING TRAINING

Tue, 07 Jul 2020 02:20:03 +0000

Organization: Empowerment Learning Development Training
Start date: 17 Aug 2020
End date: 21 Aug 2020
Registration deadline: 16 Aug 2020
PROJECT PLANNING AND PROPOSAL WRITING TRAINING: 17 - 21 AUGUST 2020DESIGN PROJECTS THAT DONORS WILL SUPPORT & WRITE PROPOSALS THAT PERSUADE
  • DAILY ZOOM MEETINGS & OFFLINE STUDY

  • MAXIMUM 10 PARTICIPANTS

COURSE OUTCOMES

This practical course will teach you how to:

  • Design a project your donors will support
  • Plan, draft and edit a persuasive proposal

Through a combination of coached, live sessions on Zoom and self-study (downloadable course videos, worksheets and extra materials) you will learn how to:

  • Identify a project your donors will support
  • Design a project using Logical Framework Approach
  • Plan your proposal in a logical, persuasive way
  • Communicate clearly and in a way that keeps your readers interested and alert

The course addresses the challenges faced by development professionals in project planning and proposal writing in a way that allows for maximum practical work. While you will get all the theory you need, you will learn the steps and tools in a way that you can apply time after time after the course is over so that:

  • You will always know what to do each time you have to develop a proposal
  • Your proposals will be well-organised, clear and persuasive - contributing to better relations with donors and, more importantly, increased donor support

HOW IT WORKS

LIVE SESSIONS & OFF-LINE STUDY

This is combination of daily live video sessions conducted using ZOOM and off-line self study.

As soon as you sign up you get immediate, lifetime access to all the course materials - downloadable course videos, worksheets and extra materials. From August 17, each day, for 5 consecutive days, we meet live at 09:00 UTC (see current UTC time here) for around 60 – 90 minutes to review / preview and deal with questions. Each day you are given tasks (videos and exercises) to complete before the next session.

PERSONAL WORK REVIEW

A Personal Work Review is also included. In the week following the course you can send your own proposal for personal, one-to-one feedback from the instructor.

CERTIFICATE

After the course is completed you will be issued your certificate.

"It was a very interesting course and I would like to attend other ELD training courses. It really improved my skills and now I will be able to independently develop proposals. Thank you!"

- UNFPA participant

"This training should be done for all staff of any institution to build the capacity of their teams."

- SOS Sahel participant

"I wish I had taken this training sooner, as I have a made a lot of errors in the past in writing proposals. But now - whether in writing a sentence, a report or a proposal - I have a magic skill!"**

  • Oxfam GB participant *
COURSE ADVANTAGES
  • COMBINES FACE-TO-FACE SESSIONS WITH FLEXIBLE OFF-LINE STUDY

  • NO TRAVEL COSTS

  • LIFETIME ACCESS TO ALL TRAINING MATERIALS AND VIDEOS

  • CERTIFICATE

  • PERSONAL WORK REVIEW

How to register:

To see the complete training curriculum and register for this course please visit:

https://eldtraining.teachable.com/p/project-planning-proposal-writing-augu...

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Coordinateur de projet : compétences techniques essentielles Dakar

Mon, 06 Jul 2020 04:40:18 +0000

Country: Senegal
Organization: Bioforce
Start date: 2 Nov 2020
End date: 8 Dec 2020
Registration deadline: 2 Nov 2020

Dates : 2 novembre-8 décembre 2020

Lieu : Dakar, Sénégal

Public-cible : Personnes souhaitant exercer les fonctions en lien avec le métier de coordinateur de projet.

Pré-requis : obligatoire Bac +4/5 avec minimum 3 ans d’expérience professionnelle sur des postes de management de projets dont 2 ans sur des postes à responsabilité. Maîtriser les fonctions minimum d’Excel Maîtriser les fonctions suivantes d’Excel (création et mise en forme d’un tableau ; mise en forme de cellules, lignes et colonnes ; formules de calcul, pourcentage ; manipulation des onglets ; création de liens au sein d’un onglet et entre différents onglets).
souhaitable Expérience en solidarité internationale.
technique Posséder un ordinateur portable équipé du logiciel Excel 2007.

Objectifs :

  • Appréhender les compétences spécifiques au métier de coordinateur de projet.
  • Elaborer un diagnostic initial.
  • Identifier une méthodologie de collecte d'information, savoir concevoir un cadre logique et élaborer les termes de référence d'une évaluation.
  • Initier, mettre en oeuvre et piloter une dynamique partenariale respectueuse de l’identité et des capacités de toutes les parties prenantes.
  • Participer à l’élaboration de la stratégie de financement des projets.
  • Elaborer une demande de financement et en assurer le suivi.
  • Elaborer un budget et un plan de financement (format-bailleur, plan de trésorerie).
  • Assurer la comptabilité d'un projet sur le terrain.
  • Assurer le pilotage budgétaire d'un projet.

Co슩t : 1.640.000 FCFA. De nombreuses pistes de financement existent qu’il vous appartient d’explorer en fonction de votre statut (salarié, demandeur d’emploi…), à découvrir ici : https://www.bioforce.org/learn/formations-humanitaires/financements/

Toutes les informations (programme, formateurs, possibilités de financement, formulaire d’inscription…) : sur la page web dédiée sur le site de l’Institut Bioforce

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Bioforce est l’école humanitaire de référence depuis plus de 35 ans. Ses formations sont développées en étroite collaboration avec les ONG pour s’adapter en permanence aux réalités du terrain. Chaque année, plus de 2500 personnes concrétisent leur engagement avec Bioforce.

How to register:

https://www.bioforce.org/inscription-a-la-formation/...

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