Courses

IPT Core Course for Peace Builders

The ENTRi certified CORE COURSE comprises theoretical inputs and practical exercises tailored to the realities in the field. All modules enhance interpersonal skills, highlight the importance of active involvement in the host society, and promote a reflective and critical approach. Junior professionals benefit particularly as they get the opportunity to reflect on their own mission readiness and motivation.

Scheduled Course

IPT Core Course for Peacebuilders: 4 – 16 November 2017
Application Deadline (Scholarships): 30 July 2017Applications of qualified, self-financed candidates can be considered after this deadline.

Specialisation Course Conflict Transformation

During this specialisation course, participants get acquainted with the underlying philosophical approaches, theoretical concepts and practical tools for facilitating conflict transformation in complex constellations. Participants will develop skills and practice a facilitatorís attitude to apply their knowledge in different settings (eg. as inside mediators, as third party, or when working with potential veto groups) and at different societal levels. A strong focus on self-reflection is an integral part of the course.

Specialisation Course Conflict-Sensitive Project Management

This training aims to prepare experts for successful design and implementation of international development projects in post-conflict areas. The course is designed for field practitioners who wish to reflect on their work and enhance their skills to efficiently manage projects in peace-building and peacekeeping activities and people who aim to specialise in managing projects and programmes in post-conflict settings.

Scheduled Course

IPT SC: Conflict-Sensitive Project Management: 21 – 30 July 2017
Application Deadline (Scholarships): 1 May 2017Applications of qualified, self-financed candidates can be considered after this deadline.

Modules include identification of project ideas, situation analysis and needs assessment (Pre-/Crisis/Post-Crisis), stakeholder analysis, Do No Harm Approach, Result Based Management (Logical Framework Approach), Theory of Change, budgeting, fundraising, project implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

 

Target Group:

  • People who work or have worked in a project team, as project managers or consultants.
  • Field practitioners (e.g. development and humanitarian aid practitioners) who wish to reflect on their work and enhance their skills to efficiently manage projects in peace-building and peacekeeping activities
  • People who have attended the Core Course and are interested in specialising in project management.

COURSE FEES: 1.410€ include tuition fees, course materials, coffee breaks, full-board accommodation, joint transport to and from the airport, and a social event

Specialisation Course Human Rights in Conflict

The course aims at enhancing the skills needed by professionals to monitor, protect and promote human rights in the field. The acquired knowledge helps to ensure that their work is efficient, relevant, sustainable, participatory, and carried out safely during or after armed conflict.
The course will enhance participantsí understanding of international and regional human rights law and standards and equip them with the necessary tools to apply this knowledge to their everyday work in the field. The course is designed to raise participantsí self-awareness in terms of behaviour, attitudes and values when dealing with human rights issues in international peace-building and peacekeeping activities.

Scheduled Course

IPT SC: Human Rights in Conflict: 17 – 26 November 2017
Application Deadline (Scholarships): 30 July 2017Applications of qualified, self-financed candidates can be considered after this deadline.



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