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Courses: Designing Peacebuilding Programmes: Improving Sustainability, Impact and Effectiveness in Peacebuilding and Support Operations

Source: Forced Migration Discussion List.

The International Peace and Development Training Center is accepting applications for:

Designing Peacebuilding Programmes: Improving Sustainability, Impact and Effectiveness in Peacebuilding & Peace Support Operations
25-29 November 2013, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Click here to see the training programme outline: http://patrir.ro/images/stories/IPDTC/Training_outlines/DPP%20-%20November%202013.pdf

Designing Peacebuilding Programmes is an in-depth operational training in program development, design, planning and implementation, drawing comprehensively on best-practice approaches from the fields of peacebuilding, development and humanitarian aid, and post-war recovery, as well as methods and approaches for strategic planning and program and organizational development. Incorporating the work of the OECD-DAC and lessons learned and approaches from national and international agencies, the DPP provides organizations and participants with methods to significantly improve the quality, relevance, and impact of their programs. Most importantly: participants engage with their actual programs and operations and use the framework of Designing Peacebuilding Programmes to learn leading methodologies in the field while improving actual work in practice.

Full fee: OECD Participants: EUR 945 / non-OECD Participants: EUR 645 (early payment, 2 courses together, multiple participants and Alumni discounts available) Deadline for application: 30th Oct: Applicants who need Romanian visa; 12th Nov: Applicants who do not need Romanian visa

For full programme outline please visit www.patrir.ro/training or write to training@patrir.ro.

IPDTC is also proud to announce the upcoming launch of Global OPS (Operational Peace Support) in November 2013.

 

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Refugee Council Training: Age Assessment Awareness and working with age disputed young people

Refugee Council Training:

Age Assessment Awareness and working with age disputed young people.
5th November, 2013

Our next date for Age Assessment Awareness and working with age disputed young people will be 5th November.

Ensuring the well-being of unaccompanied refugee children and young people is at the heart of this course, which aims to give delegates the confidence and information they need to challenge assessments, and the tools to ensure that the correct processes are in place in your organisation.

On completing this course delegates will have a practical understanding of:

. The impact of cultural background on the age assessment process . The legislative and policy framework of Children’s Services and the UK Border Agency

Course fees:

Full rate £175 + VAT

Charity rate £109 + VAT

Please note this course will be held at our head office in Stratford. Book now: email training@refugeecouncil.org.uk.

We also offer this course as in-house option see below.

In-House Training Courses

We also offer our training courses as in-houses courses, where the trainer comes to a venue of your choice.

. Value for money as little at £68 per delegate (based on 20 delegates) . Convenient, one or a half day out for all staff . Venue of your choice . Tailored to suit your needs

Ask us about in-house courses: call 020 7346 6736 or email training@refugeecouncil.org.uk.

Please note all courses are subject to VAT at the current rate.