This training series is an orientation for frontline workers delivering community-based mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) and can also be used by anyone interested in MHPSS. It consists of a series of downloadable videos, powerpoint presentations, and handouts and is currently available in English and Spanish. Training modules include guidelines on community-based MHPSS for Children, Psychological First Aid, integration of MHPSS in Case Management, and other key topics.
This introductory e-course related to the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS), 2019 edition, is for anyone currently working with and for children in humanitarian settings and all child protection workers who want to prepare themselves for a potential humanitarian crisis. Modules currently available cover the following: Coordination, Programme Cycle Management, Physical & Emotional Maltreatment, Sexual & Gender-Based Violence, Child Labour, Applying a Socio-Ecological Approach, Group Activities for Child Well-Being, Community-Level Approaches, and Education and Child Protection.
Learn with experts at the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (The Alliance) how to adapt child protection programming to support the wellbeing and development of children during COVID-19! The course is designed to help child protection practitioners navigate COVID-19 and other infectious disease contexts. You will learn via technical notes produced by The Alliance and endorsed globally how these have been used by colleagues on the ground.The course is available in English and Spanish.
This resource hub, created by the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, contains relevant information for coordinators who are looking to learn more about Child Protection Case Management. Recent resources include e.g. Case Management Guidelines form 2019; and key resources on Case Management Capacity Building, Information Management on Case Management and Coordination of Case Management.
Through online training and in-person workshops, BBR aims to strengthen the capacity of NGO staff, as well as other humanitarian actors, to engage in humanitarian coordination and improve response to the needs of crisis affected populations. Courses and workshops are available on the site to learn about Foundations of Humanitarian Action, the International Humanitarian Architecture, the Cluster Approach and more.
Courses available in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Persian, Turkish, Urdu and Arabic.
Kaya is the global learning platform of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy. Here you will find both online and in-person learning opportunities, which are completely free to access. On Kaya you can access online self-directed courses and pathways; MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses); webinars; information and registration for face-to-face workshops and more. You can access the platform in either English, French or Arabic; with courses available in many other languages.
Developed in collaboration with NGOs, humanitarian experts, and professional development providers, DisasterReady has curated the largest free online learning library targeted to humanitarian and development professionals at every stage of their career. Individuals can sign up and take these courses for free and learning resources are available in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.
The COVID-19 Learning Pathway aims to enable humanitarians, including local responders, to be best equipped to respond to the global pandemic COVID-19. It contains online technical capacity strengthening programmes, online soft skills and remote working capacity strengthening programmes and a library of key downloadable resources relating to working in the context of COVID-19.