Conflict simulation, peacebuilding, and development

Inter Agency Emergency Simulation (IAES) TOT workshop


Interested in how to organize and conduct emergency and humanitarian training sessions? If so, then this training workshop in Arusha, Tanzania on 12-14 February 2013 may be of interest:

Organized by the Inter Agency Working Group, United Nations – World Food Programme and World Vision International, the workshop aims to train humanitarian simulation facilitators with the purpose of creating a pool of trained personnel capable of supporting regional and national humanitarian experts in mounting an effective emergency simulation at country level.

The workshop will be held in Arusha, Tanzania and will last four days. Travelling to the venue will take place on the 11th while the course will begin on the 12th through to the 14th. The Facilitator and conferencing fees has been waved for all participants, however, please note that participants will be required to cater for their travel arrangements and accommodation. (Venue to be communicated soon ) approx. $ 700

This training targets humanitarian simulation facilitators at regional and national level.

Participant Profile: The following abilities and experiences should be considered for participants for the course

  • Planning and Organization: As much of the preparation work for a simulation requires a high degree of planning and organization, all candidates must have proven experience in this field.
  • Language: As this first course will be conducted in English, candidates must have a high level of the language (both written and spoken).
  • Presentation skills: As future facilitators, candidates must have prior experience in group facilitation particularly in working with senior managers and technical experts.
  • Professional experience: Candidates should have extensive experience in emergency preparedness and response with a UN, governmental, or non-governmental organisation active in humanitarian response. Experience at the field level would also be highly desirable.

There are limited spaces available therefore participants shall be selected on a first come first served basis.

To register, kindly send your bio data / brief profile with complete contact details to by 1st Feb 2013.

h/t ReliefWeb

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