Humanitarian work is inherently stressful and staff are often impacted by critical incidents. Research has shown if staff members are provided with stress management skills and support after critical incidents, their well-being is significantly improved both in the short and long terms.
With the critical incidents frequently occurring, there is a need within humanitarian organisations to support staff members who experience such incidents, and to ensure this is reflected within the work environments. Through interactive learning this course will provide the knowledge and skills require to support staff before and after critical incidents occur.
Length: 3 days
Who should attend?
This course aimed at middle management humanitarian workers.
What will the course cover?
This course will cover the following topics: project cycle management, project management tools and techniques, financial management, monitoring and evaluation, needs assessments and analysis, logical framework and resource management.
By the end of the course you will have substantial knowledge of:
International NGOs: SDG 375
National NGOs: SDG 165
For more information please contact the RedR training team.
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