08 - 12 March 2021 (French) and 15 - 19 March 2021(English) in Accra, Ghana. Closed for applications.
Set at the operational level, the course targets a mixed group of mid-level civilian, police, and military professionals directly or indirectly engaged in humanitarian assistance and/or disaster relief operations in the West Africa Region, either at the local, national or regional level who have already completed the HAWA core course offered at the KAIPTC.
On completion of this course, participants will be able to subscribe to and formulate the values of improving the effectiveness of gender-sensitive humanitarian assistance through enhancing knowledge, interaction and mutual understanding between the various actors including the need for coordinated action. They will be able to provide trainings on aspects of Humanitarian Assistance in West Africa using a variety of different training styles and methodologies, tailored to adult learning.
The ToT Course training methodology includes:
- Pre-course study of selected HAWA core course modules;
- Participatory, problem-based learning approaches using facilitated discussions;
- Theoretical sessions with practical application;
- Experiential learning, group work and table-top exercises;
- Individual and small group Practice Sessions based on HAWA course content and material to allow for application of information and concepts presented;
- Peer-review and exchanges of participants’ individual experience and subject matter expertise in humanitarian assistance;
- Study of HAWA core course content, methodology and material;
- Individual mentoring and group work support.
Participants from Senegal, Burkina Faso, Nigeria and Mali will receive mentoring to deliver trainings on aspects of humanitarian assistance for civilian, police, and military professionals in national organisations active in disaster relief and humanitarian assistance.