Why Bioforce? For several reasons: firstly, for the quality of the training content and the professionalism of the structure in managing its courses. Secondly, for its students, who are always highly motivated. And finally, for the state of mind of the organisation and its teams: professionalism, professionalisation, with the right dosage of flexibility specific to the operational context of humanitarian professions.
Learn alongside humanitarians
Your course is delivered by trainers who are both skilled teachers and experienced humanitarians. Get involved in their lessons, take the opportunity to talk to them and ask questions, in short, gain experience before you even start your first mission.
Our coordinators offer the skills to match your commitment
Bioforce’s permanent teaching team comprises Programme Coordinators who ensure consistency of teaching across all the courses (content, teaching methodology, assessments, etc.), face-to-face teaching and student support, as well as Learning & Development Coordinators, our experts in the various humanitarian fields in which we offer training (nutrition, logistics, project coordination, and so on).
Our trainers also work for NGOs
Alongside this permanent teaching team, our network of external trainers enables us to cover the diverse range of skills required to face developments in humanitarian professions in the field. Of the typically 300 annual trainers, some are Accredited Trainers. This means that following specific training delivered by Bioforce, they are able to uphold the quality standards of the training courses, the teaching methodology and Bioforce’s values. All our trainers are endowed with a wealth of field experience which enables our students to be attuned to the reality of humanitarian work.
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