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    Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Organization: RedR UK
    Registration deadline: 28 Sep 2018
    Starting date: 01 Oct 2018
    Ending date: 04 Oct 2018

    This is an intensive, dynamic hostile environment awareness training (HEAT) course where you will discuss, learn and apply approaches and measures to improve your personal security when living and working in insecure environments. Personal Security for Humanitarians has been designed specifically from an NGO perspective to provide the most relevant and challenging training for NGO workers.

    Essential theory learned in the classroom will immediately be put into practice in real-life simulation exercises, confronting key issues such as roadblocks, abduction, weapons, mines and crossfire. The course is designed to put you under stressful circumstances, preparing you for the worst case-scenario.

    The course will introduce a variety of measures to help you reduce the likelihood of security-related incidents taking place and enable you to respond appropriately to situations that could compromise your safety and that of your colleagues.

    What does the course cover?

    • Gender and security

    • Context assessment with a focus on urban contexts

    • Assessing risk

    • Threat and vulnerability

    • Developing security strategies

    • Security planning

    • Radio,Field and Emergency communications

    • Stress management

    • Coping with sexual violence

    • Vehicles and travel security

    • Abduction Detention and kidnap with a focus on sexual violence

    • Evacuation planning and procedures

    • Terrorism

    • Surviving hostile environments

    By the end of the course you will be able to:

    • Explain the importance of understanding your role and the security environment

    • Undertake a context analysis and a personal risk assessment

    • Demonstrate immediate responses to hostile environments

    • Effectively contribute to a security planning process

    • Describe measures to reduce personal and team vulnerability to a range of threats

    • Explain the importance of cultural awareness and sensitivity, team working, interpersonal communications and how diversity impacts on security

    • Demonstrate immediate responses to threats in the operating environment

    How much does the course cost?

    Standard Individual - £687.00

    Standard Organisation - £965.00

    Early-Bird:

    Receive 10% off the course fee when booking at least 1 month before the start of the course.*

    *applies to both individual and organisational tickets

    Who should attend?

    Personal security training is crucial for anyone working in an insecure or hostile environment. The course is designed primarily for humanitarian personnel, but it is also applicable to anyone who is likely to be deployed to an environment that is, or has the possibility to be insecure.

    Course Structure:

    This three and a half day course is fully residential with a compulsory online component. Participants are required to arrange their own timely travel to and from the training venue, and manage to complete the online components prior to the face to face sessions. Details of how to get to this training venue shall be provided in the course joining instructions upon booking and participants are expected to arrive at the training venue on the Monday night before training commences. Accommodation and meals will be fully provided throughout the course.

    Online Learning

    The course begins with online materials and tasks that introduce various concepts and issues to participants which are mainstreamed into the face to face course. These modules include Gender and Security, Understanding Where You are working (with a focus on urban contexts), Assessing and Reducing Risk, and Terrorism.

    Participants will be actively encouraged to participate in classroom discussions and group work. The trainer will draw on both theoretical and practical knowledge in order to make the experience and learning applicable to the realities of the humanitarian sector.

    Any questions? Check out our FAQs here and our T&Cs here.

    If you have any questions about this course or require further information, please contact training@redr.org.uk.

    In case of any complaints, please email complaints@redr.org.uk

    RedR UK is committed to making sure everyone’s needs are met, including people of different genders, ages and disabilities. If you have any specific access requirements or learning needs RedR are committed to try and make reasonable adjustments to support your needs, please email training@redr.org.uk or phone 0207 840 6000 at any stage of the booking process to talk directly to RedR about your needs.


    How to register:

    Please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/personal-security-for-humanitarians-heat-tickets-45478453278


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    Country: United States of America
    Organization: Alliance for Peacebuilding
    Registration deadline: 26 Oct 2018
    Starting date: 24 Oct 2018
    Ending date: 26 Oct 2018

    Each year, the Alliance for Peacebuilding’s Annual Conference gathers together a diverse network of peacebuilders and provides them with the opportunity to share their achievements, insights, and, most importantly, visions for the future of peacebuilding. Over the course of three dynamic days, conference participants have the opportunity to constructively engage in an array of activities and workshops structured around cutting-edge developments in the field of peacebuilding, from neuroscience and psychosocial healing to storytelling and the media. With past participants from over 200 organizations and 30 countries around the world, PeaceCon 2018 will be a pivotal juncture for exploring the challenges facing the field of peacebuilding, as well as developing collaborative solutions for the future.

    You can learn more about this year's PeaceCon and register for the conferencehere.


    How to register:

    Before registering, please note the following:

    You must be able to log into a valid AfP membership account to register at member rates. If you forgot your login or need assistance, please contact Sarah Gloria at sarahg@allianceforpeacebuilding.org.

    Payment must be issued at the time of registration. Attendees cannot reserve registration spots and pay for them later. Our system accepts payments via credit card, e-check, and PayPal. Participants are welcome to pay for their registration with cash at the conference but will have to pay the late registration fees.

    Day 1 will be held separately at the United States Institute of Peace. Registering for days 2 and/or 3 at FHI 360 will grant you admission to day 1 at USIP at no additional cost.

    You can register for PeaceConhere.


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    Country: Netherlands
    Registration deadline: 25 Mar 2019
    Starting date: 06 May 2019
    Ending date: 24 May 2019

    Integrated seed sector development (ISSD) is an approach aiming to increase farmers’ access to quality seed through the development of market-oriented, pluralistic and vibrant seed sectors. In this course participants learn how to design demand driven interventions tailored to specific crops, value chains and seed systems.

    In this course participants can broaden their international experience and strengthen their competencies to support seed sector development, taking an integrated perspective. The overall objective of the programme is to enhance the capabilities to translate the ISSD concept into strategies for making seed programmes and policies that seek enhancement by connecting to present practices. The training is experience-based and task-oriented and highly interactive. It includes lectures, visits to different Dutch seed companies and organisations, case studies, group discussions, assignments and field work.

    Date: 06 - 24 May 2019

    Registration deadline – general: 25 March 2019

    Registration deadline - Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP)/MENA Fellowship: 16 October 2018

    Location: Wageningen, The Netherlands


    How to register:

    For more information and online registration please visit the website:
    https://www.wur.nl/en/show/CDIcourse_ISSD_2019.htm


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    Country: Netherlands
    Registration deadline: 22 Apr 2019
    Starting date: 03 Jun 2019
    Ending date: 21 Jun 2019

    Public and private standards for pesticide residues have become stricter than ever before. Pesticide residues exceeding the maximum residue limits can hamper trade between upcoming economies and the EU. Implementation of Integrated Pest Management is necessary to minimize pesticide applications. But while there are plentiful technical solutions, the application of Integrated Pest Management is still a struggle for many farmers.

    The course is aimed at creating mechanisms that will support Integrated Pest Management though looking at pesticides-related policies, the role of the various stakeholders and innovative (technical) solutions. Participants will enhance their ability to identify and solve problems in Integrated Pest Management and food safety. It entails a mix of lectures, discussions, group work, excursions and fieldwork. Meeting colleagues from other countries with similar interests leads to mutual learning.

    Date: 03 - 21 June 2019

    Registration deadline – general: 22 April 2019

    Registration deadline - Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP)/MENA Fellowship: 16 October 2018

    Location: Wageningen, The Netherlands


    How to register:

    For more information and online registration please visit the website:

    https://www.wur.nl/en/show/CDicourse_IPM_2019.htm


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    Country: Netherlands
    Registration deadline: 22 Apr 2019
    Starting date: 03 Jun 2019
    Ending date: 21 Jun 2019

    Wetlands play an essential role in supporting food security, in making water resources management sustainable and in adapting to climate change impacts. How do we prevent that wetlands continue to disappear in the same rate as in the past and that these valuable ecosystem services are lost? We believe we need stewards who can advocate the value of wetlands.

    Restoring and maintaining wetlands is often cheaper than man-made solutions to guarantee water and food security. The course examines the roles wetlands play in the water - food nexus in a changing climate, and trains on how to value wetlands services. Attention to skills like lobby & advocacy enables participants to become leaders of change.

    Date: 03 - 21 June 2019

    Registration deadline – general: 22 April 2019

    Registration deadline - Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP)/MENA Fellowship: 16 October 2018

    Location: Wageningen, The Netherlands


    How to register:

    For more information and online registration please visit the website:
    https://www.wur.nl/en/show/cdicourse_wetlands_2019.htm


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