July 5, 2021
This training is addressed to all professionals, who:
• Are interested in acquiring a good understanding of key EiE principles, concepts and operational approaches and learn how to set-up, implement and monitor and evaluate a EiE project in partnership with all relevant stakeholders in humanitarian settings;
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will:
• Be familiar with the EiE framework, inter-agency coordination requirements and key global guiding documents and instruments, and be able to apply key EiE standards;
• Understand impact of the interrupted learning and the active role of governments, agency, schools, families and communities to support access to education for children and youth;
• Be able to develop and implement quality EiE programme in all its components, including identifying and assessing key needs, setting priorities and solid outcomes and monitoring the response;
• Know evidence-based education in emergency interventions, including the emerging practice in humanitarian settings about the role of the education system, schools, families, promoting and supporting community-based interventions;
• Be familiar with the CHS and the INEE Minimum Standards and how education interventions can contribute to the holistic well-being and learning of children;
• Be able to identify and assess children’s needs, and to put forward adequate response plans and to advocate to other sectors for education mainstreaming;
• Understand the linkage with child protection, and the different measures and provisions at school and community level aimed to ensure protection from attacks, threats, exploitation and abuses.
The course is organized on five days utilizing ZOOM platform and it will include 2 hours of self-study and 20 hours of live online sessions facilitated by two senior trainers. Timing will be adjusted based on the time zone of the participants. Program, costs and all details available at the course page.
July 5, 2021