Promouvoir la santé et favoriser la participation communautaire en contexte humanitaireLyon
- Formation D'une semaine à un mois
Bioforce propose des solutions faites pour et par les intervenants du secteur humanitaire, qui placent la pratique et le sens au cœur de la pédagogie.
Ces formations évoluent avec le contexte humanitaire pour vous apporter les outils les plus adaptés et vous garantir le niveau opérationnel attendu.
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Learn more about the job of Humanitarian Programme Manager :
It is currently difficult for many humanitarian and development organisations to recruit and retain skilled programme managers. These difficulties directly impact the efficiency of their programmes. Over recent years there has been increased attention given by humanitarian and development agencies to the quality of humanitarian and development practice and raised awareness of the importance of ensuring programme quality in the sector. The Bioforce Institute has been actively involved in these developments through extensive consultations on the challenges faced by NGOs. Developing their ability to hire, develop and retain competent managers has been recognised as a top priority. Both humanitarian and development organisations as well as individuals expressed the need for training programmes that enable potential and current managers to develop their technical, analytical and personal skills.
Real life simulations
A workbased learning in the field
Training period at the Bioforce Europe center
The fundamental of humanitarian action
Managing Programmes and Projects
Managing Safety, Security and Logistics
Managing People and Organisations
Managing Finance and Funding
Training period at Grenoble Ecole de Management
Advanced Decision Techniques
Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Global Marketing and Strategy
Leadership and Responsible Management
Assignment/internship (20 weeks in the humanitarian and development sector)
Applied research project (while at Bioforce and Grenoble EM)
Minimum age: 22yearsold
English language level: Minimum B2 (according to European language levels – Self Assessment Grid).
Applicants with experience in the aid sector, involvement in the non-profit sector, experience abroad, driving licence or first-aid certificate are particularly sought after
Education or work experience in one of the following areas:
Team management, project management, budget management.
Or in an area where you have demonstrated skills that are transferrable to the aid sector: health, media, social or education, civil engineering, renovation, international relations and politics, cooperation and development, agriculture, logistics…
Required level of education or work experience in one of the above-mentioned areas:
You have a 4-year higher education diploma or higher (« bac+4 » in France or equivalent): minimum 6 months of full-time work experience in one of the above mentioned areas.
Strong computer skills are required.
1. Online application
Fill-out the electronic version of the application form. You will be asked to upload your CV and cover letter.
Your application will be examined by Bioforce staff upon receipt of the 60€ administration fees (we will acknowledge receipt of your payment via email). (Payment is possible by bank transfer, cheque or postal order payable to Institut Bioforce.) Submitted applications will be examined by Bioforce and Grenoble Ecole de Management staff based on completed application package, pre-requisites, expectations for the training, etc. Within 2 months upon receipt of your payment, we will contact you by email to inform you about the next steps.
2. Interview (if needed)
Should Bioforce and Grenoble Ecole de Management staff members require further information about your application, an interview can be organized (remote or in-person).
Selected candidates will receive an admission email by GEM.
Levels of responsibility vary considerably and depend on your prior experience and skills, as well as the humanitarian context and the employing organisation. Bear in mind that you usually take on more responsibilities over time. Some examples of positions Bioforce graduates now hold in the aid sector, showing various levels of responsibility and leadership:
First level: proposal writer/specialist, reporting officer, monitoring officer, project officer, programme officer
Intermediate level: head of project, budget, planning and reporting manager, monitoring and evaluation manager
High level: project coordinator, programme coordinator, field coordinator, head of office, regional coordinator, head of mission, country director, desk, technical coordinator.
80% of our students find work in the aid sector after completing their training.
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Diane a exercé des fonctions de Responsable Géographique pour l’Amérique Latine et l’Asie au siège de l’ONG Enfants Réfugiés du Monde, puis de coordinatrice nationale d’un réseau associatif menant des projets de développement au Maroc. Son parcours l’a ensuite amenée à des responsabilités éditoriales au sein de l’initiative WISE (World Innovation Summit for Education), puis consultante dans les domaines de l’éducation, de l’innovation et de l’appui stratégique à des acteurs de la solidarité internationale. Diane a rejoint le Centre de Formation Bioforce Europe en 2017.
Grenoble Ecole de Management is recognised in France and abroad as a leader among French business schools