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Training and facilitation

Training and facilitation

It is vital for all aid workers to be able to effectively share their knowledge and pass skills onto others in order to ensure sustainable solutions following disasters. Resources which outline best practice in the areas of training and facilitation and provide further reading in this area are available here.

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Bibliography

  1. Websites and Books

    Websites and Books

    Author(s): Stephen Blakemore

    The following websites provide free resources, articles and tips for trainers and facilitators. Many have links to other useful websites.

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Information

  1. International Development and Humanitarian Training Competency Framework

    International Development and Humanitarian Training Competency Framework

    Author(s): RedR UK and Bioforce

    A new tool designed to improve the standard of capacity building in the humanitarian sector. Developed by RedR UK and Bioforce, the framework is supported by Bond, ELRHA, HAP, INTRAC, Mango, People in Aid and the Sphere Project.

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Publications

  1. Guard Management and Training for NGOs in Afghanistan

    Guard Management and Training for NGOs in Afghanistan

    Author(s): RedR and ANSO

    "The purpose of this guideline is two-fold firstly it is designed to form the basis for a guard training course to be implemented by an agency working in Afghanistan. Secondly and mroe importantly it is designed to advise an agency on best practice for the procedural security provisions required for good compound security and as such works very much hand in had with the RedR/ANSO Document 'Site Security' which deals with the physical aspects of compound security."

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Report/briefing

  1. Competency based approach in RedR

    Competency based approach in RedR

    Author(s): Stephen Blakemore

    This paper describes what is meant by competency based learning and how it can be achieved.

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Training material

  1. Guard Management and Training for NGOs in Afghanistan

    Guard Management and Training for NGOs in Afghanistan

    Author(s): RedR and ANSO

    "The purpose of this guideline is two-fold firstly it is designed to form the basis for a guard training course to be implemented by an agency working in Afghanistan. Secondly and mroe importantly it is designed to advise an agency on best practice for the procedural security provisions required for good compound security and as such works very much hand in had with the RedR/ANSO Document 'Site Security' which deals with the physical aspects of compound security."

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