CAS Education in Emergencies 2019

Education is a fundamental component of humanitarian response: it contributes to the protection of children and communities, supports development and learning, improves quality of education, and builds resilience. This course builds the necessary knowledge and competencies for quality EiE responses.

Information

Period

June 2019 - January 2020
14 ECTS credits
80 Teaching hours
340 Distance teaching hours
Total: 420 learning hours

Language

English

Format

Blended learning

Contact

Tobias WEHRLI, InZone
+41 (0)22 379 86 81
tobias.wehrli(at)unige.ch

Location

Genève

Registration

Registration deadline

19 May 2019

Fees:

Objectives

  • Develop general skills relating to education in emergencies and, more specifically, the skills of design, development and implementation of training programmes in emergency situations
  • ​Reinforce the right to education, including quality education that contributes directly to individuals' ability to engage in society, and to social, economic and political stability

Audience

Mid- and high-level Education/Education in Emergencies (EiE) practitioners who manage, influence, coordinate and/or represent field level operations

Programme

8 modules:

  • Concepts and Frameworks for EiE
  • Cross-cutting Issues and Approaches in EiE
  • Assessment, Analysis and Design
  • Physical and Psychological Protection and Wellbeing
  • Teaching, Learning and Improving Outcomes
  • Support Systems: Community Participation, School Management, Policy and Coordination
  • Practical Application
  • Reflection, Synthesis and Sharing

Director(s)

Prof. Abdeljalil AKKARI, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences and Prof. Barbara MOSER-MERCER, InZone, University of Geneva

Coordinator(s)

Tobias WEHRLI, InZone, University of Geneva

Partnership

InZone, Save the Children

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