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Our Blending Learning Services

CADRIM continues to support your capacity building needs, offering online training to National Societies, IFRC units and other partner organisations, staff and volunteers.

  • Facilitator Led Online Courses

  • Facilitator Led Workshops

  • Self Paced Online Courses

Key Services Offered:

  • Custom training websites

  • Moodle self-paced courses 

  • Content curation 

  • Session development support inclusive of Power Point Presentation design

  • Technical support during all sessions

  • Interpretation and translation coordination 

  • Training of trainers on how to deliver impactful online sessions

  • Coordination and hosting of all sessions using Zoom platform

  • Debriefing meetings with clients, presenters/facilitators

  • Participant feedback surveys

  • Lessons learned reports  

Recent Trainings:


National Intervention Teams

Facilitator Led Online Course 2021

  • NIT aims to train National Society staff and volunteers on how to coordinate, facilitate or carry out actions to reduce the effects of, respond to and recover from disasters, within the confines of their respective territories. Strengthening the capacity of the National Society to avoid (prevention) and to reduce (mitigation and preparedness) the effects of disaster situations; to respond effectively and to support prompt recovery efforts with the implementation of a NIT.​

  • Four NIT virtual Training courses are going to be delivered to the benefit of the Caribbean National societies of the Red Cross of Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.


Resource Mobilisation

Facilitator Led Online Workshop 2021  

  • This workshop focused on equipping participants with the knowledge required to work towards bringing money, supporters, attention of the media, alliances with those in power, and refining their organizational structure. It also provided tips inclusive of fundraising, income generation activities, donations in-kind and other partnerships to strengthen their capacity to better assist more vulnerable people.

  • Reach: Bahamas Red Cross and Branches


Legislative Advocacy Toolkit

Facilitator Led Online Course 2021  

  • The course set out a practical definition of legislative advocacy in the context of the Red Cross / Red Crescent Movement and offered a variety of practical tools to help develop an advocacy strategy. This knowledge was expanded over 12 modules whereby participants were given the opportunity to apply the advocacy tools on the priority issues identified by their National Societies, and within their own country context.

  • Reach: Participants from Grenada & Jamaica Red Cross Societies & The Nature Conservancy Units


Civil Military Relations

Facilitator Led Online Course 2021  

  • The course aimed at equipping humanitarian and military actors with the skills and knowledge necessary to communicate and, where appropriate, effectively interact and coordinate with each other.

  • It was a five-day course facilitated by a team experienced in civil-military relations, with backgrounds including military service, humanitarian organizations and current IFRC and ICRC delegates.

  • Reach:  Participants from 14 Caribbean countries


Climate Change & Awareness

Self Paced eCourse 2021  

This online course introduces the reasons for SIDS’ vulnerability. It is designed to help persons:

  • build knowledge of climate change, climate hazards, and the risk and vulnerabilities to Caribbean communities

  • gain an understanding of the global impacts and importance of climate change

  • incorporate climate change adaptation considerations into their daily lives and planning processes

  • Course developed with the financial support of the Government of Canada through Global Affairs Canada

  • Reach: Global

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Protection, Gender & Inclusion in Emergencies Training Online Course 2020

At the end of the lesson, participants were able to:

  • Understand the importance of protection, gender, and inclusion in all sectors throughout the programme cycle.

  • Feel confident to articulate the reasons they should mainstream dignity, access, participation, and safety to ensure inclusive and protective programming.

  • Be confident in the use of practical tools (IFRC Minimum Standards for Protection, Gender, and Inclusion in Emergencies) and implementing these in your National Society / IFRC office.

  • Be confident to take back key messages to support awareness raising in their National Society / IFRC office.

  • Implement the key actions learned during the course during their current emergency

  • Reach: 13 Caribbean National Societies