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This course will help participants to grasp what is meant by Project Management in development projects, in line with the philosophies of the different donor organizations. International cooperation in development project management requires a common understanding of planning, monitoring and evaluation (PM+E). Concepts such as
Freitag, 21. Juni - Sonntag, 23. Juni
Praktika und Jobs für die Eine Welt - Seminar Studierende und Entwicklungszusammenarbeit vom 21.6. bis 23.6.2019 in Berlin
Do you believe that capacity building is a major challenge in development issues? Are you passionate about active training and facilitation in a wide range of topics to different kinds of learners? This 2-week intensive course is addressed to development experts who wish to improve and extend their training and facilitation skills. The Training of Trainers course focuses on what happens before, during and after training workshops. It is a practice-based course where learning by doing is combined with essential theoretical background and opportunity to exchange individual experiences with other peers and experienced professional trainers. Participants are encouraged to bring their own cases to work on during the course. The ToT is designed for advanced beginners with some practical experiences. However, midlevel trainers also might refresh ideas and get new inspiration for their training events.
Sonntag, 21. Juli - Donnerstag, 25. Juli 16:00 Uhr - 14:30 Uhr
Maison N.-D. du Chant d'Oiseau
Politische Exkursion zur EU nach Brüssel
Faced with the reality of climate change and its consequences, all societal actors will have to develop ideas and solutions to deal with the unavoidable in the coming years and decades. The course focuses on presenting, demonstrating and critically reflecting on the latest knowledge in the area of climate change adaptation science, practice and policy.
Facilitation is a working method which plays an increasingly important role in professional everyday life. In facilitated processes the factual and the emotional relationship level are equally important. A professional facilitator must be able to shape both levels simultaneously and evenly to create a constructive and open-minded atmosphere in working groups. The focus of this training course is on the „how“ - giving the participants concrete suggestions for practical use.
Montag, 09. September - Mittwoch, 11. September
Facilitation skills are required in many different contexts whenever people come together to work, discuss, plan, evaluate, solve problems or share experiences. This course is very hands-on in character and will emphasize how to design and conduct participatory workshops, meetings, short trainings or other group sessions with simple but effective tools and techniques. We will reflect on the roles, competencies and responsibilities of facilitators. Some basic knowledge on the creation of effective learning environments and on working with adults will be given to better understand how to design lively, dynamic and participatory workshops. We will create our “facilitation toolbox” to discuss how to use methods and tools and adapt them according to different objectives, contexts and phases of interactive workshops. We will also practise some methods and techniques like different forms of brainstorming, group work settings, workshop design steps as well as the use of icebreakers and energizers. The course is directed to beginners without or with first experience in the design and facilitation of workshops.
Freitag, 13. September - Sonntag, 15. September
Mosbach, Baden Württemberg
Freitag, 13. September - Sonntag, 15. September
Disaster Risk Management has become a key element of relief, rehabilitation, and climate change adaptation programs, as well as development policies and programs in general. The course provides theoretical and practical knowledge, tools and methodologies on risk management related to major types of nature-induced disasters. It enables participants like staff of humanitarian aid and development institutions and related organizations including the science community to successfully conceive and implement disaster risk reduction programs, grass-root actions as well as longer-term climate change adaptation. It also enables practitioners and decision-makers from other sectors to analyze whether disaster risk may play a major role in their working context and to design risk mitigating measures. The course offers a unique combination of knowledge transfer, practical exercises, field excursions and learning and sharing among the trainees coming from different parts of the world.