HOST(S): RedR - India
Type: Training Course Date: 19 - 23 Nov 2019 Location: India (New Delhi)
The main aim of this course is to develop the participants’ competencies to manage people and projects effectively and apply them in a humanitarian context. The training course focuses on the application of management tools, techniques, and approaches.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
The course is primarily aimed at humanitarian personnel who have or will have a management role in emergency situations. It is also relevant for project managers in the development sector interested in developing competencies for managing projects in emergencies. Individuals with humanitarian experience looking to develop project and people management skills will enhance their professional skills.
The course is facilitated by trainers with extensive experience in conducting assessments and undertaking relief work. Throughout the training, emphasis will be on active learning through participatory group exercises, case studies and scenarios, learning games, and focused discussions. The training is planned and conducted in collaboration with relief agencies and specialist organizations. Informal exchange of experience is a vital part of every course with trainers and participants bringing in real life examples.
To register for this course, please click on the participant registration form. Your registration will be confirmed on receipt of the completed form and course fee. Write to us if you encounter any difficulty in filling the online form.
Residential* Fee - INR 50000/$715
Non-Residential** Fee – INR 32500/$465
* Includes tuition fee, breakfast, lunch, dinner, refreshments during training and shared accommodation (room to be shared by two participants).
** Includes tuition fee, lunch and refreshments during training.
Special rates are not provided for students and participants from grassroots organizations. To find eligibility for special rates, or for any other query or support, kindly write to us.
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