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This training catalog provides staff and volunteers with IFRC wide plethora of training material that will educate the public on a wide variety of topics under disaster risk management. 

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Civil-Military Relations
Date: 10 - 18th May 2021
Reach: Global
About the Training:

The IFRC Civil-Military Relations (CMR) Training Course is intended to enable both RCRC participants, Civil Society and Government Participants to develop and maintain an appropriate CMR with their militaries, security services and “other (civilian) actors” operating in their environment during a disaster. The IFRC with its leading role in disaster response, has a key interest in the Civil Military Relations interface, but it is the National Societies that are at the forefront of civil-military interaction with their domestic military and security services. Indeed, all three components of the Movement have a vested interest in a well-developed and coordinated CMR strategy or plan of action in the area of disaster response and also following, understanding and promoting our Fundamental Principles.

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Disaster Law & Legislative Advocacy Regional Webinar Series
Date: Aug 3rd - Sept 1st  2021
Reach: Africa
About the Training:
 

Climate smart, inclusive, and well implemented disaster laws underpin a well-functioning disaster risk management system and are essential to prevent and reduce the impact of disasters.

They provide the legal and institutional basis on which to undertake all aspects of disaster risk management from risk reduction, preparedness to response and recovery, and contribute to strengthening the resilience and the protection of vulnerable and disaster-affected populations. 

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Knowledge, Attitude and Practices Training
Date: Jan 11th - Feb 14th 2019
Reach: Americas Region
About the Training:
 

The Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) Training is meant to enhance knowledge and build the skills required in performing an effective KAP Survey.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Defining what a KAP Survey is

  • Understanding the importance of KAP surveys

  • Defining the planning and designing process

  • Identify the key components and basic criteria of the sampling process

  • Understanding data management

  • Understanding data visualisation

  • To value the importance of community feedback as part of the KAP survey process

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National Intervention Teams Training
Date: August 16th - 25th 2021
Reach: Americas Region
About the Training:
 

The National Intervention Team (NIT) methodology, also referred to as National Disaster Response Team (NDRT), has been used extensively by the IFRC, especially through Reference Centres in the Americas (CREPD and CADRIM) 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 on this platform to the benefit of the Caribbean National societies of the Red Cross of Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

This workshop is financed by PIRAC through its INTERREG “READY Together” Project, co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the French Development Agency (AFD) and the Regional Council of Guadeloupe (Région Guadeloupe).

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Protection, Gender and Inclusion in Emergencies Training
Date: Nov 17th - Dec 10th 2020
Reach: Americas Region
About the Training:
 

The Protection, Gender, & Inclusion in Emergencies Training is meant to raise awareness, to enhance knowledge, build skills and to change behaviour in relation to protection, gender, and inclusion (PGI) in emergency programming.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

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

  • Feel confident to articulate the reasons we 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 your National Society / IFRC office

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