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Humanitarian Response Network of Canada

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January 2020

ACAPS introduction to humanitarian needs analysis (HRN)

January 27 @ 9:00 am - January 31 @ 5:00 pm EST
Plan International Canada, 245 Eglinton Avenue East, #300
Toronto,ONM4P 0B3Canada
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The training will provide an overview of good practice in humanitarian analysis, while focusing on building practical skills in key areas.The training will be delivered by two trainers from ACAPS. ACAPS is an independent information provider, free from the bias or vested interests of a specific enterprise, sector, or region. As independent specialists in humanitarian needs analysis and assessment, ACAPS is not affiliated to the UN or any other organisation. This helps guarantee that the ACAPS analysis is objective and…

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February 2020

Stayin’ Alive – Personal and Team Approaches to Safety and Security

February 10 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
Multiple locations, Toronto, Ottawa
Ottawa,ONK1L6R1Canada
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This two-day training workshop prepares NGO staff and volunteers to travel and work in low to moderate risk locations.Please note the locations for each training:February 10 & 11: Toronto - The 519 (Directions) *Please also register for the Triannual MeetingMarch 16 & 17: Montreal - Venue TBDMarch 31 & April 1: Ottawa - CARE Canada (Directions)*If there is insufficient registration, courses may be combined. We will attempt to accommodate the preferred date/location of the highest number of registrants. Why it's…

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HRN Triannual Meeting: Winter 2020

February 12 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm EST
The Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre, 627 Queens Quay West
Toronto,ONM5V 3G3Canada
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HRN Triannual MeetingDate:               Wednesday, February 12th, 2020Time:               9:00 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)View the Agenda*There will be a session on the CAP process. You will receive a pre-session survey soon, to be completed before the meeting by one team member per organisation.Location:        The Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre, Toronto (Directions)If you can’t make it in person, we will be attempting a call in option. Please use this link to join remotely: https://zoom.us/j/265608087p.s. You can also register for the Stayin’…

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March 2020

Formation des formateurs: Standards Sphère (Montreal)

March 3 @ 9:00 am - March 6 @ 3:00 pm EST
Bureau international des droits des enfants, 805 Rue Villeray
Montréal,QCH7N 4R8Canada
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Le cours vise à préparer les individus à promouvoir l'apprentissage de l'application du manuel Sphère à travers le partage d'expériences.Public cibleLa formation ciblera les professionnels de l'humanitaire et les praticiens des organisations canadiennes de développement et d'aide humanitaire et / ou les étudiants en développement et / ou affaires humanitaires.But et objectifs du coursÀ la fin du cours, les participants seront en mesure de:ENSEIGNER ET FORMER LEURS PAIRSComprendre et apprendre les principes de base de l'apprentissage des adultesApprendre à concevoir…

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Sphere Training of Trainers (HRN – Ottawa)

March 9 @ 9:00 am - March 12 @ 3:00 pm EDT
Canadian Council for International Co-operation, 39 McArthur Avenue
Ottawa,ONK1L6R1Canada
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The course aims to prepare individuals to promote learning on applying the Sphere Handbook through sharing experiences and practicing.Target audience The training will target humanitarian professionals and practitioners of Canadian Development and Humanitarian organizations and/or students in Development and/or Humanitarian affairs. Course aim and objectives By the end of the course, participants will be able to: TEACH AND TRAIN THEIR PEERS Understand and learn about basic adult learning principlesLearn how to design a learning event, defining key contents and setting…

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Stayin’ Alive – Personal and Team Approaches to Safety and Security

March 16 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Multiple locations, Toronto, Ottawa
Ottawa,ONK1L6R1Canada
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This two-day training workshop prepares NGO staff and volunteers to travel and work in low to moderate risk locations.Please note the locations for each training:February 10 & 11: Toronto - The 519 (Directions) *Please also register for the Triannual MeetingMarch 16 & 17: Montreal - Venue TBDMarch 31 & April 1: Ottawa - CARE Canada (Directions)*If there is insufficient registration, courses may be combined. We will attempt to accommodate the preferred date/location of the highest number of registrants. Why it's…

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Stayin’ Alive – Personal and Team Approaches to Safety and Security

March 31 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Multiple locations, Toronto, Ottawa
Ottawa,ONK1L6R1Canada
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This two-day training workshop prepares NGO staff and volunteers to travel and work in low to moderate risk locations.Please note the locations for each training:February 10 & 11: Toronto - The 519 (Directions) *Please also register for the Triannual MeetingMarch 16 & 17: Montreal - Venue TBDMarch 31 & April 1: Ottawa - CARE Canada (Directions)*If there is insufficient registration, courses may be combined. We will attempt to accommodate the preferred date/location of the highest number of registrants. Why it's…

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April 2020

Building Personal and Team Resilience

April 2 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
CARE Canada, 100-9 Gurdwara Road
Ottawa,ONK2E 7X6Canada
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This workshop is for humanitarian workers, particularly with large workloads, responsibility for and contact with the suffering of others.Why it's ImportantHumanitarian workers are at high risk for developing chronic stress, burnout, vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, and post-traumatic stress disorder. This tends to a be a risk that staff receive limited support to help manage, and as a result staff are suffering, and organizations are losing great people. Small changes in behaviours and attitudes can have significant impacts to psychosocial well-being,…

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May 2020

Safety and Security Management 101

May 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Multiple locations, Toronto, Ottawa
Ottawa,ONK1L6R1Canada
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This two-day course provides HQ staff with the technical capacity to manage safety and security in a humanitarian organization.Please note the locations for each training:May 12-13: Ottawa June 22-23: Toronto*If there is insufficient registration, courses may be combined. We will attempt to accommodate the preferred date/location of the highest number of registrants. Why it's importantThe people who manage the safety and security for your staff have a large responsibility to fill. It's important that they are given the knowledge, skills…

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Critical Incident Management

May 14 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Multiple locations, Toronto, Ottawa
Ottawa,ONK1L6R1Canada
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This one day course is for anyone who forms a part of a Critical Incident Management Team for a humanitarian organization.Please note the locations for each training:May 14: OttawaJune 24: Toronto*If there is insufficient registration, courses may be combined. We will attempt to accommodate the preferred date/location of the highest number of registrants. Why It's ImportantNo matter how many resources we put into preventing incidents, they will still occur because of the nature of humanitarian work. It is therefore of…

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June 2020

Safety and Security Management 101

June 22 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Multiple locations, Toronto, Ottawa
Ottawa,ONK1L6R1Canada
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This two-day course provides HQ staff with the technical capacity to manage safety and security in a humanitarian organization.Please note the locations for each training:May 12-13: Ottawa June 22-23: Toronto*If there is insufficient registration, courses may be combined. We will attempt to accommodate the preferred date/location of the highest number of registrants. Why it's importantThe people who manage the safety and security for your staff have a large responsibility to fill. It's important that they are given the knowledge, skills…

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Critical Incident Management

June 24 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Multiple locations, Toronto, Ottawa
Ottawa,ONK1L6R1Canada
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This one day course is for anyone who forms a part of a Critical Incident Management Team for a humanitarian organization.Please note the locations for each training:May 14: OttawaJune 24: Toronto*If there is insufficient registration, courses may be combined. We will attempt to accommodate the preferred date/location of the highest number of registrants. Why It's ImportantNo matter how many resources we put into preventing incidents, they will still occur because of the nature of humanitarian work. It is therefore of…

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