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  • MENA COURSE CATALOGUE

    Tel: +962 (0) 7913 26873 middle.east@redr.org.uk

    RedR UK - MENA O�ce Housing Bank Complex Building 95 Queen Noor Street Amman, Jordan

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    CONTACT US

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    Cover photos: © Amy Murrell / RedR UK © Ehab Othman for RedR UK © RedR UK © B. Bannon / UNHCR © J. Wreford / UNHCR © P. Benetar / UNHCR © R. Arnold / UNHCR

  • RedR UK is an international humanitarian capacity-building NGO with over 35 years of experience.

    From our regional hub in Jordan, RedR provides training and technical expertise to those working in humanitarian response and international development. We offer high quality, experiential, field-based capacity building programmes, which focus on supporting the individuals, organisations, and systems that respond to man-made and natural disasters.

    We work with international and national NGOs, community based organisations, UN agencies, academic institutions, and the private sector to improve emergency response, humanitarian, and development programmes at a worldwide level.

    About Us

    Where We Work We have delivered courses in multiple countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) for humanitarians working in the region and worldwide.

    In the Middle East, we rely on our pool of Arabic and English speaking, international and regional experts, to provide contextual and relevant trainings across a range of thematic areas. Our tailor-made courses can be adapted to suit specific working environments and organisational requirements.

    Wherever you are in the region, our trainers can come to you!

    WHAT WE DO

    Consultancy services, including:

    SKILLS AUDITS LEARNING NEEDS ASSESSMENTS DOCUMENTARY REVIEW DRAFTING/TEMPLATES PARTNER VISITS POLICY REVIEW PROCEDURE REVIEW RISK ASSESSMENT PROJECT EVALUATIONS TRAINING DESIGN/REVIEW

    OPEN COURSES (PUBLIC) TAILOR-MADE TRAINING (CUSTOMISED) COACHING FACILITATION MENTORING COURSE DEVELOPMENT COMPETENCY MAPPING TRAINING OF TRAINERS SECURITY BRIEFINGS

    What Can We Do For You?

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  • WHY REDR?

    Our expertise ranges from a regular training event, to tailor-made courses, long-term learning programmes, consultancies, mentoring, and more. If you are looking for something which is not included here, send us an email and we can work with you to ensure you get the best solution for your learning needs.

    For individuals looking to improve their knowledge and skills, or for organisations that need to train a small number of staff, RedR’s Open Programme is ideal. Our Open Programme calendar features a range of trainings in the MENA region which are open to all and can be booked at any time via our website – www.redr.org.uk.

    For organisations looking to train more than eight members of staff, our Tailor-Made service is the most effective way to meet your objectives.

    Our training team would be delighted to discuss your needs. We can tailor any of our existing modules or devise an entirely new solution to suit your organisation.

    HOW WE TRAIN

    Participatory Training We offer a learning experience for course participants that is participatory and engaging. As humanitarians ourselves, we understand the needs of the sector and deliver trainings that reflect the challenges faced by professionals in the field.

    We are committed to our principles of learning through participation and experience. Many of our courses include simulations in which participants experience the challenges and intensity of working in disaster response.

    All of our courses use active-learning methods encouraging trainees to participate and share their existing knowledge, as well as develop new skills. We rely on participant and trainer feedback, and have robust monitoring and evaluation systems to review and continuously improve what we do.

    We know from experience that participants achieve most when they are supported throughout their learning experience. Providing suitable preparatory materials and instruction, creating an enabling environment, offering ongoing support at a distance, and creating a wide range of pathways for personal development, are all methods through which RedR provides a comprehensive approach to learning.

    Our Trainers We have a team of +20 regional, and +250 global expert trainers, all with specialist knowledge gained through a combination of field experience and theoretical learning.

    RedR trainers are assessed against our Training Competency Framework. This ensures they have the knowledge and training methods needed to deliver high quality and relevant courses which appeal to a range of learning styles.

    Our trainers are supported before, during, and after training events to guarantee we deliver trainings that are of a consistent standard across our courses and programmes.

    Profiles of our trainers can be found on the RedR website. ©

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    PLANNING, MONITORING, AND EVALUATION......................................................... 13 - 16

    PROJECT CYCLE MANAGEMENT.............................................................................. 17 - 18

    MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP............................................................................ 19 - 22

    HR/MANAGERS: STAFF WELFARE AND TEAM BUILDING....................................... 23 - 24

    SAFETY AND SECURITY ............................................................................................. 25 - 30

    FACILITATION ............................................................................................................. 31 - 32

    TECHNICAL AND SPECIALISED TRAININGS............................................................. 33 - 42

    LONG-TERM AND BLENDED LEARNING PROGRAMMES......................................... 43 - 46

    Thematic Areas

    WHAT WE OFFER

    Essentials of Humanitarian Practice So You Think You Want to be a Humanitarian? Do No Harm Protection Sphere in Practice

    Monitoring and Evaluation Needs Assessment Proposal and Report Writing

    Leadership Managing People in Emergencies Distance Management

    Management of Staff Welfare and Critical Incidents Team Building in Humanitarian Settings

    Training of Trainers for the Humanitarian Sector

    Camp Management Field Logistics in Emergencies Information Management and Analysis Driver Safety Off Road Driver Training Shelter in Urban Emergencies Training for Volunteers and Managing Volunteers WASH in Emergencies

    Context: Management and Leadership Skills Context: Humanitarian Core Skills Development NGO in a Box

    Managing Projects in Emergencies Project Management in Development (PMD Pro)

    Security Management Personal Safety and Security for Humanitarians Crisis Management Information Security Awareness Management of Staff Safety and Security Trauma First Aid

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  • HUMANITARIAN FOCUS

    What does the course cover? Humanitarian context Concept of humanitarian principles International humanitarian system Accountability International law Needs assessment Individual responsibility Potential impacts and dilemmas of humanitarian response Cross-cutting themes such as gender, culture, and security

    So You Think You Want to be a Humanitarian? This workshop is an essential introduction for anyone interested in a career in the humanitarian sector. Participants will hear first-hand experiences from humanitarian professionals, learn about the nature of disaster relief, and look at the skills they have to bring to the sector. Participants will also have the chance to experience the application process for the humanitarian sector, learning about where to apply, what kind of skills are in demand, and improving their CVs.

    What does the course cover? The disaster cycle Codes and standards in humanitarianism Humanitarianism in practice The humanitarian sector CV-writing for the humanitarian sector Employment, volunteering, internship, training resources, and opportunities Personal stories and experiences

    By the end of the course participants will be able to: Understand how the humanitarian sector operates Gain answers and information from experienced humanitarian workers Be able to explain how the humanitarian sector works Have further insight into their own motivations for entering the sector Know how to make contact with key agencies Have identified what to do next and how to go about it

    Demonstrate an understanding of the key skills and personal attributes required for an effective humanitarian response Apply skills of teamwork, coordination, communication, and cultural sensitivity in a simulation environment Demonstrate an understanding of the key skills, personal attributes, and competencies required for an effective humanitarian response Reflect on and evaluate individual performance in relation to these key skills, attributes, and competencies

    By the end of the course participants will be able to: Explain the characteri