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The primary objectives of this general-awareness level course are to assist in identifying, mitigating and deterring kidnappings. Some of the topics explain the types and motives of a kidnap, avoidance tips, coping stratergies (should the unthinkable happen) and post-incident effects. Hostile indidents can strike at any time without warning. Abductions and kidnappings are an extrmely dangerous and traumatic experience. Whilst every situation is different, the safe outcome cannot be guaranteed, however, understanding the process, motives of the aggressor and the emotional issues that may be faced, may help you cope, minimise the risks, reducing the physical and mental harm, and increase the chance of survival.
Types of Kidnappings
Common Targets of Kidnap
Geographic Hotspots of Kidnapping
Avoidance Tips for Kidnap Events
Motives of Kidnap & Hostage Taking
The Kidnapping Process
Effects of a Kidnapping or Hostage Taking Event
The Custodial Stage of the Event
Coping with Being Taken Hostage / Kidnapped
Resolution of Kidnap or Hostage Taking Events
Managing a Kidnapping Event
A Look at Known Kidnappings and Effects
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All KODE courses are specifically designed for busy development workers and are offered through a distance education model . Course are between five and ten weeks in duration. Participants can choose to receive course material via internet download or on CD. All participants are assigned a one-to-one tutor and also participate on our on-line discussion forum. In 2012, KODE students were based in 37 countries around the world.
Please see KODE website: www.kodeonline.com for course outlines, tutor profiles, feedback from recent participants, info on fees and application forms.
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This five day course is designed to improve the leadership skills of humanitarians who are working in management or coordination roles. The face to face element of the course is supplemented with a mentoring programme to ensure that learning is embedded in practice.
You will also have a chance to look at your own strengths and leadership skills and havie coaching in setting your own personal growth goals.
The course is aimed at people who are currently working in the sector and have responsibility for either managing a team within an organisation or who have a role coordinating people across a number of organisations. No humanitarian knowledge or experience is presumed, but curriculum will be taught in a humanitarian context and all case studies will be humanitarian in nature.
Are you ready for the realities of relief work? Essentials of Humanitarian Practice will give you an insight into life working in the field. This workshop also aims to increase your understanding of the characteristics of emergencies induced by natural disasters and conflict and the requirements for an effective humanitarian response. You will learn how to work in a team in an emergency environment and identify individual responsibilities.
Practical learning is at the heart of the course. During the week, we will put you at the centre of an emergency response in an engaging simulation. This will challenge your motivations and beliefs, giving you firsthand understanding of what it is like to work in the field. You will also have the chance to explore your own motivations for engaging in humanitarian work.
This course brings together the combined skills of RedR UK and the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) to offer Camp Management training. The technical content has been designed by NRC and is brought to life with RedR teaching methodologies. Camp Management is often run with one NRC trainer and one RedR trainer.
The Camp Management course is classroom based, but field-influenced and applicable for a variety of camp scenarios. The approaches, resources and tools introduced in the course can be used in planned camps, self-settled camps and/or collective centres and throughout a campaigns life cycle.
The course will enable you to develop practical knowledge of international principles and standards. You will also gain competence in using camp management guidelines and tools. In line with the latest developments and approaches in Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM), the course will prepare you to contribute to and participate in effective settlement responses in complex displacement settings.