Humanitarian programme: managing people & organisationsLyon
- Training course 12 days
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Bioforce offers solutions made for and by humanitarian actors, which place practice and meaning at the heart of pedagogy.
These trainings evolve with the humanitarian context to bring you the most adapted tools and guarantee you the expected operational level.
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Obtain a diploma at your own pace
This skills-based training course is part of a larger diploma course named Humanitarian Programme Manager (HPM): you will thus be joining a group of trainees attending this entire diploma course. If you are interested in this diploma but unable to attend this several-week-long training programme, please note that we offer the possibility to attend its 5 other modules at your own pace.
Depending on the evolution of the health context, this open training course may be delivered online through our e-learning platform.
Our open training courses participants gave them an average score of 3.8/4 in 2020.
An HPass digital badge, a quality label recognised by the humanitarian community (subject to obtaining the average)
By attending this open training course, you will know:
Donors context & funding cycle, choice of donor & essential elements of a proposal, how to approach a donor, and private donors
Financial management concepts and frameworks, financial planning essentials, field accounting essentials, financial reporting essentials, financial analysis and internal control essentials & Summary
This training course is for you if you are already working or would like to work as a manager in the humanitarian sector.
mandatory Bachelor’s degree B.A. English language level required: B2 minimum (according to European language levels – Self Assessment Grid)
Step 1: Application
The deadline for applications is two weeks before the start of a training course. Given the limited number of places for each course, it is preferable to apply as early as possible. If you are receiving support, it is recommended that you apply no later than 3 weeks before the start of the course.
To apply by clicking on the “Register” button below, please have your CV in PDF format. You will then receive an order form to return to us. Your application will be studied once you have completed and returned this order form.
Step 2: Pre-registration
If your application meets the necessary prerequisites, you will receive a pre-registration email. In order to finalize your pre-registration, you will be asked to pay the full amount of the training fees within a given deadline.
If you benefit from a partial or total coverage of the training (by an OPCA or by your employer), the financing agreement will have to stipulate the amount covered by the organization.
Step 3: Registration
Once the payment of the training fees or the financing agreement of your OPCA is received, you will receive a final registration email, accompanied by a convocation with all the practical details relating to the training.
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Diane was Geographical Manager for Latin America and Asia at the head office of the NGO Enfants Réfugiés du Monde, then national coordinator of an associative network carrying out development projects in Morocco. Her career then led her to editorial responsibilities within the WISE initiative (World Innovation Summit for Education), then consultant in the fields of education, innovation and strategic support to actors of international solidarity. Diane joined the Bioforce Europe Training Centre in 2017.