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Child Protection in Humanitarian Assistance

Countries
Italy
Sources
HUMCAP
Training date
to
Registration deadline

This 5-days course aims to strengthen and improve the skills and capacity of Child Protection professionals and other personnel’s profiles working or willing to work in humanitarian settings; providing them with tools to understand the overall framework of interventions as well as instruments to design, implement, monitor and evaluate key CPHA evidence-based interventions and projects.

Who is this course for?

This training is addressed to all professionals, who:

· Are working or planning to work in humanitarian contexts and/or in the area of child protection and child protection in humanitarian settings;

· Are interested in acquiring a good understanding of key CP principles, concepts and operational approaches and learn how to set-up, implement and monitor and evaluate a CP project in partnership with all relevant stakeholders in humanitarian settings;

· Want to be equipped with an extensive set of key skills, competence and tools to assess, identify and respond to individual cases of at-risk children as well as promoting preventive actions.

Course content

The training is based on experiential learning and experience sharing.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will:

  • Be familiar with the CP legal framework, inter-agency coordination requirements and key global guiding documents and instruments, and be able to apply key CP core principles and standards (with a focus on the revised version of the CPMS);
  • Understand child wellbeing and the active role of child agency, caregivers and communities to support and protect children;
  • Be able to develop and implement a principled and quality CP programme in all its components, including identifying and assessing key needs, setting priorities and solid outcomes and monitoring the response;
  • Know evidence-based child protection interventions in humanitarian settings, including the emerging practice of strengthening families, promoting child agency, and supporting community-based interventions;
  • METHODOLOGY
  • The training grounds itself in the adult learning approach, based on experiential learning, experience sharing, cocreation and reflective analysis, with participants playing an active role throughout. The training consists of 5 days of inpresence course that will include cases studies, group exercises, presentations, intervention by external experts and with mentoring and networking during and in-between lessons. The course offers exposure to new ideas and new and seeks to inspire participants to step out of their comfort zones and experiment, all in a safe and reflexive environment. It is possibile to attend in remote modality.
  • At the end of the training participants that have successfully completed the course will be ensured a digital badge through the international platform HPASS (www.hpass.org).

  • DETAILED PROGRAM AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE www.humcap.org

Fee information

Full rate 950 €. Early Bird rate 800 €. Early week confirmation 650 € (valid up to the 9th of July 2021). Multiple subscriptions can request further 10% discount on the rate. The costs cover: training & training package. Travel costs and accomodation are not included

How to Register

Registration form and further information at the following link:
https://www.humcap.org/thematic-courses-for-humanitarians/child-protection-in-emergencies/