About the Program

This Training of Facilitators 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.

This two-step program prepares participants to facilitate specific CCHN modules that were designed to serve humanitarian professionals who conduct humanitarian negotiations in field operations. Participants are further trained in different facilitation techniques and learn to apply case studies and simulation exercises.

After completing the two steps, participants can join practice-oriented CCHN workshops as facilitators.

The Program in Numbers

100
Members
25
Sessions since 2018
25
Organizations
21
Members
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7
Members

Training Locations

Structure

The Program consists of two training sessions on how to facilitate effective experiential learning events for humanitarian professionals involved in frontline negotiations. Each session lasts two days. After completing the two steps, members are invited to co-facilitate sessions during a CCHN Peer Workshop on Humanitarian Negotiation.

1

Session A

CCHN Methodology and Tools
2

Session B

Facilitation Skills

Live Facilitation

Members are invited to co-facilitate sessions during CCHN Peer Workshops on Humanitarian Negotiation

Criteria and Practical Details

The Training of Facilitators Program is open to humanitarian professionals who previously attended a CCHN Peer Workshop on Humanitarian Negotiation.

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

If a member joins a CCHN Peer Workshop as a facilitator, all costs linked to his or her participation (i.e. travel and accommodation) are covered by the CCHN.

Application

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

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