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Training of Facilitators

16 February 2020 - 19 February 2020

This Training of Facilitators (ToF) Program introduces participants to a series of facilitation techniques to guide humanitarian professionals through the application of the negotiation methodology developed by the Centre of Competence on Humanitarian Negotiation (CCHN).

Event details

16-19 February 2020
Amman, Jordan
Free of charge
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020
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About the Program

This 4-day program prepares participants to facilitate specific CCHN modules that were designed to serve humanitarian professionals who prepare for and conduct humanitarian negotiations. Participants are further trained in different facilitation techniques and learn to apply case studies and simulation exercises. After completing the ToF, participants are invited to facilitate sessions in practice-oriented workshops organized by the CCHN.

Selection Criteria & Expectations

The ToF Program is open to humanitarian professionals who previously completed a CCHN negotiation workshop (i.e. Induction, Regional or Peer Workshop). In their application, participants further need to demonstrate experience in facilitating trainings in the humanitarian sector and in conducting humanitarian negotiations. It is expected that certified participants will facilitate sessions within the next three months that follow their ToF.

Fee & Practical Details

The Training of Facilitators Program is offered free of charge for all participants. However, participants take charge of the cost of their own travel and accommodation.

Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

Toufik Naili

CCHN Negotiation Support Specialist - Curriculum & Network

Photo Credit: Nikolas Rubiato (CCHN)

Details

Start:
16 February 2020
End:
19 February 2020
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Venue

Amman, Jordan
Amman, Jordan

Organiser

CCHN
Email:
info@frontline-negotiations.org
Website:
http://frontline-negotiations.org/

Other

Language
English
Region
Middle East