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  1. Project launch Regional Training Toolkit Tom Corsellis, Shelter Centre “Promote regional programmes, including programmes for technical cooperation, capacity development, the development of methodologies and standards for hazard and vulnerability monitoring and assessment, the sharing of information and effective mobilization of resources, in view of supporting national and regional efforts to achieve the objectives of this Framework of Action” Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2010 Building the Resilience of Nations and Communities to Disasters

  2. Regional Training Toolkit • This presentation aims to have an informal consultation with Shelter Meeting participants prior to finalising a regional training programme with ECHO and partners, including interested IASC Clusters • In previous Shelter Meetings, Shelter Centre has • identified a demand for regional training • outlined a proposal for regional training • Shelter Centre wants to find out what Shelter Meeting participants want

  3. Regional Training Toolkit The objective of Regional Training Toolkit is “to strengthen the global and regional capacity of governmental, humanitarian, developmental, community based and private stakeholders through sustainable, regular, supported and consistent training in shelter, settlement, reconstruction and infrastructure, in order to save lives and relieve suffering of populations affected by natural disasters and conflict”

  4. Regional Training Toolkit ! We would appreciate that you start filling out the feedback form during the presentation

  5. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supportive • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  6. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supported • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  7. 1. Funding Shelter Centre’s application for ECHO funding has been retained ECHO funding is sufficient to launch a pilot regional training programme over one year, starting August 2010

  8. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supported • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  9. 2. IASC Clusters interest • Early Recovery - interest in participating • WASH - interest in participating • Global Shelter Cluster Training Reference Group - discussion scheduled for next meeting, TBA • CCCM - awaiting meeting date • Protection - awaiting meeting date

  10. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supported • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  11. 3. Agreed needs • In previous Shelter Meetings, participants asked for a sector training that is • standardised • regular • These needs are consistent with those already identified in the Shelter Training workshop at Shelter Meeting in November 2006

  12. 3. Agreed needs At the last Shelter Meeting in November 2009, Shelter Centre and RedR asked participants what were their expectations for training in the sector Shelter Centre made a proposal for regional training which received strong support

  13. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supported • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  14. 4. Sustainable • In the past, training has not been sustainable • little or no cost recovery • inability to reach a full range of stakeholders • lack of follow-up after training • lack of support to participants after training • lack of incentives for trainers to • continue $

  15. 4. Sustainable The Regional Training Toolkit will be sustainable because of 4.1Franchise A franchisedtraining can achieve cost recovery through regional partners 4.2 Consistency A training consistent with existing sector trainings can optimise the interest of the widest number of stakeholders for regional training

  16. 4. Sustainable • 4.1 Franchise • A franchised regional training is sustainable in that • regional trainers are trained • regional trainers and their organisations are accredited • regional trainers deliver training for participants paying them and their institutions

  17. 4. Sustainable 4.2 Consistency The Regional Training Toolkit is consistent with the trainings previously developed and consolidated Shelter Training (Shelter Centre/DFID) Technical Specialists Training (Shelter Centre/Global Shelter Cluster) Shelter Technical Training (Shelter Centre/IFRC) Consolidation of Global Shelter Cluster Training(Shelter Centre/UNHCR/IFRC) Regional Training Toolkit (Shelter Centre / ECHO / DFID)

  18. 4. Sustainable • Please, raise your hand if you think, in the context of the presented project, that • a franchised sector training is a useful option for achieving sustainability

  19. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supported • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  20. 5. Supported • There are many regional initiatives, for example in the Asia Pacific region, concerned with shelter, settlement, reconstruction and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) • But, • no website or resource presents information about these initiatives • no one supports these regional • initiatives in sharing skills, • capacities and knowledge

  21. 5. Supported • Regional Training Toolkit will be supported because of • 5.1 Continuous assessments • Regional training courses are used as continuous assessments based on regional knowledge sharing • 5.2 Online regional learning platform • Knowledge on regional priorities, capacities and resources is made available on a website

  22. 5. Supported 5.1 Continuous assessments Knowledge shared during training courses supports continuous assessments of regional resources Humanitarian community regional knowledge global knowledge regional knowledge global knowledge Trainer Trainer Participants

  23. 5. Supported • Recognising that regional knowledge comes from within, the Regional Training Toolkit encourages inputs from participants through: • pre-course assignments • experience sharing discussion • workshops • participant-led case studies • feedback forms

  24. 5. Supported • Regional information is obtained about: • priorities • policy, guidelines and technical tools • training courses and educational courses • capacities (including networks) • organigrams of responsibilities • existing preparedness plans and resources

  25. 5. Supported • 5.2 Online regional learning platform • The Regional Training Toolkit is supported by an online regional learning platform • This will be a website that regional stakeholders can upload content to • Regional information elicited during regional training courses will be made available on this website • The website may be further supported by events and CDs containing resources

  26. 5. Supported • Please, raise your hand if you think, in the context of the presented project, that • the Regional Training Toolkit should be supported by a website offering information about regional priorities, capacities and resources

  27. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supported • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  28. 6. Regional • Training will be regional because regional response capacities improve global response capacities Humanitarian community global capacities Trainer Trainer regional capacities Participants regional capacities global capacities

  29. 6. Regional Shelter Centre plans to implement and coordinate Regional Training Toolkit by creating four regional hubs responsible for their region, in addition to a global hub based in Europe Once established, the four regional hubs will be responsible for organising and accrediting training within their region Proposed division of regional training hubs Global hub Europe Hub 1 Latin America and the Caribbean Hub 2 Middle East and north Africa Hub 3 Sub-Saharan Africa Hub 4 Asia and the Pacific

  30. 6. Regional • Proposed pilot regional training programme • The available ECHO funding will be used to run pilot regional training courses in selected countries of Hub 4 • Bangladesh • India • Nepal • Pakistan • Sri Lanka

  31. 6. Regional • Please, raise your hand if you think, in the context of the presented project, that • the Indian subcontinent is appropriate to launch a pilot regional training programme

  32. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supported • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  33. 7. Plan of action • Proposed steps to implement pilot regional training • a) Develop materials for regional training of trainers and training in consultation with sector partners • b) Initiate online learning platform with partners • c) Engage regional partners to find lead host in consultation with global partners • d) Deliver training of trainers with partners • e) Run pilot regional training courses • f) Monitor regional training courses with partners and give accreditation to trainers • g) Upload regional information on online learning platform • h) Evaluate the pilot regional training programme • i) Request roll-out and identify further funding

  34. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supported • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  35. 8. Feedback form • Completion of the feedback form • Objective • Content • Organisation support • Participants • Division of regional training hubs • Regional prioritisation • Training and support material

  36. Content of this presentation • Funding • IASC Clusters interest • Agreed needs • 4. Sustainable • 5. Supported • Regional • Plan of action • Feedback form • Join project email list

  37. 9. Join project email list • Please, raise your hand • if you want to join the project email list • Subscribers will be contacted to see if they wish to receive information on the Regional Training Toolkit, help outline the project, review the draft training materials and use the regional training

  38. 9. Join project email list Do you have questions? Please do not forget to give us back your filled out feedback form