The first edition of Let's Prepare is scheduled for Q4, 2020. Please continue to check our website for further details.
As the scale and number of humanitarian crises increase, so does the need for countries to be well prepared and better equipped to manage these emergencies. The Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) undertakes preparedness measures as a way of strengthening the resilience of high-risk countries, using diverse approaches.
This training is designed to equip humanitarian actors with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and tools to enable them to undertake ETC preparedness activities in-country.
This training will target ETC and other IT Emergency Coordinators, Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) Officers, Preparedness specialists, and IT managers who are engaged in preparedness activities
Number of participants: 20
The objective of the training is to equip humanitarian actors with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and tools to enable them to undertake ETC preparedness activities in-country.
During and after the training, participants will be able to:
|effectively plan and design ETC Country Preparedness activities|
|manage an ETC Country Preparedness project/intervention|
|develop and manage relationships with key national stakeholders within the context of emergency preparedness|
|effectively demonstrate key diplomacy and networking skills|
|share information and report on ETC Preparedness-specific activities|
|communicate and advocate about ETC Prepared-specific activities|
|lead and facilitate meetings, workshops, and consultations within the context of ETC emergency preparedness|
|demonstrate the ability to work as part of a team|
|demonstrate a service-oriented mindset in preparedness interventions|
|Humanitarian Context and Overview of Emergencies|
|Preparedness theory (disaster risk reduction, national context/environment)|
|About the ETC – Mandate and Services|
|ETC Country Preparedness|
|Pre-Assessment and Assessment|
|Project Management (sourcing, staffing, budgeting, risks)|
|Monitoring and Evaluation|
|Funding sources and processes|
|Coordination mechanisms and stakeholder engagement|
|Conflict Resolution and negotiation|
|Communication and advocacy|
|Information management and reporting|
|Facilitating and leading meetings/workshops|
|Diplomacy and networking|
Format and Language
This is a blended learning programme including online and in-class learning. All materials and instructions will be in English.