Operational Courses
we work across India (28 states and 7 union territories) and in South and South East Asia
Selecting people with the right
qualifications and attitudes
1. Emergency Needs Assessment and Project Planning (ENA &PP)

This course aims to enhance as well as build the capacity of individuals and professionals engaged in disaster relief by training them on essential skills, techniques, approaches and good practices for humanitarian needs assessments and project management. The training lays a strong emphasis on practice, key concepts and learning by doing that will enable professionals to effectively plan and conduct rapid and comprehensive needs assessments, and develop response interventions with affected populations in emergency situations.
2. Planning and Managing Humanitarian Response (PMHR)

This course aims to build the capacity of the participants on how to coordinate and implement an effective and efficient response to humanitarian crises. The training involves essential theory and class room based exercises that are ideal for entry and mid-level professionals working in humanitarian response or are interested in working in this sector. This course also provides an introduction to the various stakeholders and coordination mechanisms that are operational in an emergency response. It covers various aspects of emergency project management from assessment to monitoring & evaluation and exit planning- while dealing with technical aspects of a project like proposal development, log frame writing and reporting. The course incorporates the global standards and provides learning on SPHERE standards, CHS, Code of Conduct, and other global sectorial standards followed in a humanitarian response.

3. Managing People & Projects in Emergencies (MPPiE)

The aim of the course is to prepare aid workers with essential knowledge and skills needed to manage people and projects effectively in an emergency response. The course on Managing People and Projects in Emergencies intends to develop competencies needed to manage people and projects effectively and apply them in a humanitarian context. The course helps to develop skills to be a team leader or effective manager in humanitarian operations. It contributes to learning on recruiting, managing and building capacities for a high performance team.

This course focuses on the application of management tools, techniques and approaches for effective project management. It also includes components on remote management and project risk management. This training will also give an orientation about donor relations, donor requirements and multi-stakeholder coordination.

4. Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management in Emergencies (HLSCMiE)

The basic task of a logistics and supply management system is to deliver the appropriate supplies, in good condition, in the quantities required, and at the places and time they are needed. Disasters and conflicts, depending on its nature and severity often cause disruption of supplies and transportation services which could impede the provision of essential relief materials to the affected communities. The overall aim of the course is to build capacity and improve the effectiveness of logistics specialists, generalist humanitarian workers and sector specialists on humanitarian logistics.

The training module prepares participants to work in logistics and supply chain management during emergencies. Broad topics covered include procurement, storage, distribution and movement of relief items and the management of emergency response equipment and local procedures and human resources. The course module is designed taking into consideration the increasing importance for a coordinated response, including a good logistics-supply chain management system and the requisite management information system

5. Monitoring, Evaluation and Project Planning in Humanitarian Work (MnE& PP)

The aim of this training course is to build the capacity of humanitarian workers and decision makers on monitoring and evaluation, and to improve the effectiveness and quality of humanitarian response. This training will give a comprehensive understating about project management cycle with special focus on role of M&E at every stage of an emergency and recovery programme. 
This training gives an orientation on the various tools and techniques to design, plan and implement a project successfully. The training will also cover agreed good practice, principles, standards and code of conduct for Monitoring and Evaluation. It will provide an orientation on the different approaches and technical aspects of monitoring and evaluating project implementation and explain key aspects of designing a monitoring and evaluation system for humanitarian interventions.

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