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The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action is organizing the next global Training of Trainers on Child Protection in Emergencies and the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action.
The ToT will be hosted by World Vision and will be conducted in English. The goal is to expand the pool of qualified and multi-lingual trainers who are up to date on Alliance pedagogy, CPiE training materials and CPMS resources and processes. The ToT focuses on the CPiE Face to Face training package, with reference to other packages such as CP Rapid Assessment and Case Management. CPMS related sessions will be integrated into the program, looking at processes to adapt and contextualize the CPMS, the interagency package “An Introduction to the CPMS for frontline workers”, how to support national launches and innovative uses of the CPMS video series.
Who is it for?
The upcoming training targets NGO (national and international) and UN agency staff, field-based child protection Coordinators and qualified independent consultants with significant inter-agency child protection training experience. Participants must commit to deliver interagency training using Alliance training materials and /or to support a CPMS roll out. They must have significant experience in facilitating capacity building processes, working in humanitarian settings and promoting professional standards. Selected candidates (and where relevant their supervisors) will be asked to sign a letter of intention to use the training to build capacity within their organizations or overall emergency response in the ensuring two years period. After the workshop, participants will be invited to join the pool of Alliance trainers as well as the CPiE Community of Practice, which will include live Q&As on current CPiE issues, webinars on jointly prioritized CPIE issues and involvement in updating training materials.
The training and accommodation are free of charge. Participants are expected to pay for their own visas, transportation and extras. There will be modest funding available to support staff from national and local NGOs.