- Humanitarian Organisation Safety and Security Advisors
- Humanitarian Organisation Safety and Security Managers
- United Nations Agencies Local Security Advisors
- Those interested in a career in Humanitarian Safety and Security Mangement
- Program Staff
- The Acceptance Approach to Humanitarian Safety and Security Mangement
- Overview and importance of Humanitarian Principles
- The Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Disaster Relief.
- Train the trainer Considerations
- Supporting staff in responding to Artillery, Small Arms Fire, Sniper fire, Rockets and Mortars
- Landmines and Explosive Remnants of War
- Travel Safety
- The importance of Psychosocial support
- Context-specific Gendered, Safety and Security considerations
This is an introductory/participatory workshop which has the objective of mentoring and supporting local and International Safety and Security Advisors to provide Safety and Security training within their organisations. It is specifically prepared with considerations for the Ukrainian context.
Please note that the training will be delivered in the English Language.
Russian/Ukrainian translators may attend the training at no extra cost if required.
Group work and homework tasks may be presented electronically in Russian or Ukrainian language.
Cost includes …
- Qualified and Experienced International Humanitarian Safety and Security Trainer
- Facility hire in central Kyiv (Chasopys Creative Space, Lva Tolstoho St, 3, Kyiv, Ukraine, 02000)
- One day of classroom-based presentation, discussion and group tasks
- Homework task
- Presentation (the following day) and attendance certificate
GBP £70.00 to be paid in advance in order secure booking. Last minute places may be available at a cost of UAH 4,000.00
Please contact Ryan Hall firstname.lastname@example.org bookings or further information.
Please communicate your organisation name and position.
Additional training days and bespoke training may be arranged on request.