This three-day training curriculum is based on the children’s resilience programme resource kit (resource kit). The resource kit has been developed through cooperation between the International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support (the PS Centre) and Save the Children.
The aim of the training is to give participants an understanding of how to set-up, implement and manage the children’s resilience programme and how to use the resource kit. Participants will be introduced to the children’s resilience programme, psychosocial support and child protection and get an understanding of how activities in the children’s resilience programme can be implemented in different settings.
After this training, participants should be able to:
- understand the content of the children’s resilience programme
- plan, implement and monitor activities in the children’s resilience programme
- understand the importance of child protection, when setting up psychosocial support activities.
This training has been developed for programme managers with limited experience in the children’s resilience programme, as well as for staff and volunteers, who are implementing activities with children and are interested in gaining more knowledge of the programme planning and management.