IPHDC delivers high quality standard and customized trainings that provide participants with practical skills to enable them address day-to-day workplace and personal challenges. The trainings harness international best practices to empower development and humanitarian actors.
The courses offered at IPHDC are broadly categorized into our three thematic areas namely Public Health Promotion, Program Management and Cross-cutting issues.
Public Health Promotion
- Hygiene and Sanitation Promotion using PHAST, CLTS and CHAST approaches;
- Hygiene and Sanitation Promotion for emergency contexts;
- Sustainable and Inclusive WASH in Schools (WinS);
- Sustainable and Inclusive WASH in Communities (WinC);
- Synergized WASH and Nutrition programming;
- Social and Behaviour Change Communication for health promotion (SBCC);
- Malaria prevention and Control;
- Water Safety Planning for Drinking Water Supply Systems (WSP);
- Household Water Treatment methods;
- Water Quality Testing;
- Occupational Health and Safety;
- Integrated HIV prevention, care and treatment.
- Program/project Monitoring & Evaluation for Accountability and Learning (PMEAL);
- Project Cycle Management (PCM);
- Program Quality Improvement (PQI);
- Organization Development and Systems Strengthening (ODSS);
- Strategic Planning and Management (SPM);
- GIS for project planning and management;
- Effective Proposal and Report writing skills (EPR);
- Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies (QQRM).
- Building Community Resilience through Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation (DRR&CCA);
- Gender mainstreaming;
- Presentation and facilitation skills;
- Knowledge Management (KM).
We have developed a model of quality assurance at every step of the training process. The model observes quality issues before the training, during the training and after the training.
Our training services are delivered in either of the following three packages:Onsite Courses; Online Courses; and Tailor-Made Courses
These are standard courses developed overtime by IPHDC in response to existing capacity gaps among actors in development and humanitarian fields. The courses are normally interactive employing a mode of delivery consisting of frontal lectures, group activities, plenary discussions, documentaries, case studies, role plays among others in a real-life training set up.Read More!
Just like our Onsite Courses, our Online Courses have also been developed to address existing capacity gaps among actors in development and humanitarian sectors. Through our interactive virtual platform, trainees participate in a number of online sessions using approaches such as webinars, presentations, videos and online reference materials. The online courses offer the advantage of flexibility and convenience in terms of distance and time.Read More!
These are custom-made trainings in response to specific capacity needs identified by our clients. Once the needs have been identified, we formulate training modules based on our existing standard courses, client’s requirement and the current best practices in that particular field.
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