Caring for volunteers – training of trainers: Copenhagen, 14 to 16 November 2017
The training will equip participants with knowledge, skills and tools on planning and implementing caring for volunteers activities and interventions based on the IFRC PS Centre “Caring for Volunteers, a Psychosocial Support Toolkit”.
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Psychosocial Support Technical Advisor
Strong mental health and psychosocial support advisor with field experience, preferably from the MENA region. Prerequisite: Fluency in Arabic and English spoken and written language. The position will have a focus on capacity building, caring for volunteers programming and life skills as an entry point to psychosocial programmes.
Programming and M&E for Psychosocial Interventions training in Copenhagen.
The training takes place on 31 October to 2 November and the deadline for registration is 31 July!
Pernille Hansen – Technical Advisor
The 2017 PS Academy trainings are planned on the following dates. Please note that not all trainings are yet open for registration. This post will be updated as trainings are opened for registration, and it will be announced on the PS Centre Facebook page and in the newsletter PS News (if you do not already receive… Read more »
Mette Munk – Project Manager and Coordinator
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The training of trainers (ToT) in sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) Copenhagen 7 to 9 February 2017 The training of trainers (ToT) in sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) enables participants to conduct the two-day basic training in “Psychosocial support for people affected by SGBV”. The ToT is a three day training, during which the participants… Read more »
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