Course OverviewThe number of teams of population that are stricken by conflicts and alternative humanitarian conditions are increasing since the past decade. With additional conflicts, humanitarian things, and emergencies, the necessity for humanitarian staff expertly in child protection in emergencies, additionally spoken as CPiE, has been increasing. This course is intended from the bottom up to be a sensible learning experience to meet this gap and make sure the availability of skilled workers. We are ready to customise, merge, and tailor this course to the requirements of your organization. Please get involved with our course registration team for additional details.
Who Should Attend?This course is best suited for all or any humanitarian workers, social workers, and Non-Governmental Organization staff who are willing to commit to child protection and seek to improve on their understanding and skills on how children are affected in emergency situations. This course can empower the participants with the required knowledge of child protection in the broader humanitarian spectrum and will convey a transparent understanding of the tools and methods from CPiE. This Child Protection in Emergencies category is equally beneficial for those who are already part of the in the sector are likely to be involved. Decision makers and reporters dealing with or expecting to have to deal with child protection issues in humanitarian situations can also benefit from taking this course. Having a basic understanding of general child protection issues and therefore the conditions and situations that increase the vulnerability of the children is useful however not needed, before taking this course.
- Principles and Approaches to Child Protection in Emergencies.
- Being prepared for an emergency with a Child Protection lens.
- Addressing Child Protection needs.
- Developing Child Protection strategies.
- Mainstreaming Child Protection in emergencies.
- The Child Protection Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Action.
- Preparedness and Risk-Informed Programming.
- The Minimum Standards and Preparedness.
- Coordinating in Humanitarian Settings.
Program ObjectivesBy attending this course, the participants will acquire knowledge of:
- Different factors responsible for the vulnerability of children in humanitarian situations.
- Develop and enhance the understanding of the appropriate approaches to prevent and prepare for providing protection to vulnerable children in situations of emergency.
- Learning on practical and sensible steps and actions to be taken to ensure protection and wellbeing of the children.
- Discovering and setting up of the minimum standards to be used to protect the children from threat due to situations of emergency and conflict.
- Understanding the importance of coordinated efforts and team effort while undertaking the roles of protection of vulnerable children.
- Develop cooperation, coordination, and leadership skills in both formal and informal settings of child protection.