“The training was incredibly useful. I travelled straight from the mid-level training in Amman to the ISIS crisis in Iraq and could use the tools immediately."
- Nihad, Technical Programme Manager
The humanitarian response (technical) training is a week-long course for Save the Children technical staff, and has been designed to enhance our programme quality in complex, large-scale humanitarian emergencies. Participants gain clarity on the process followed by Save the Children in an emergency, as well as hands-on experience using the most up-to-date technical response tools in a safe learning environment, among colleagues from a variety of contexts.
The training serves as a space for experience-sharing across regions to discuss and develop approaches of best practice. These can help develop high-quality humanitarian response programmes.
Participants are required to think about how they will achieve quality at all levels of a response and encouraged to take responsibility for building this quality through discussions, exercises and lessons learned.
Who is it aimed at?
This programme is open to Save the Children technical staff only.