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 Is this learning pathway for me?

The Supporting Effective Humanitarian Partnerships Programme (SEHP) Pathway introduces you to the building blocks of humanitarian work. 
This pathway is for you if you are working in humanitarian response and want to further develop your capacity at the individual and organisational levels. 


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 How will I benefit from this pathway?

Humanitarian programmes are deployed all over the world in disaster situations, and it’s vital that if you work in this sector you have the right skills and knowledge to work ethically, safely and professionally wherever they are working. To achieve this, this pathway introduces you to the following competencies of the Core Humanitarian Competency Framework:

  1. Upholding humanitarian principles and standards
  2. Ensuring safety and security
  3. Working effectively and impactfully
  4. Maintaining professionalism and resilience
  5. Fostering collaboration and partnership
  6. Demonstrating Leadership

This Learning Pathway has been created based on the competency framework that was developed in South Sudan.


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 How long will it take?
 The pathway is divided into 6 sections. Sections 1-4 are essential to achieving the selected competencies and take approximately 25 hours to complete. Sections 5-6 are recommended and take approximately 7 hours to complete.

You do not have to complete the pathway in one sitting. It is suggested that you complete over several weeks or months. 
Your progress through each section is tracked so you can return to your learning at any time and pick up where you left off. You can choose to complete only those sections that are most useful to you or complete the whole pathway. 


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 How much does it cost?

 This pathway is free!


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 Will I get a digital badge at the end of this pathway?

 

Yes, you will be able to gain a digital badge once you have completed the first four essential sections of the pathway and passed the at the end of the course. You need to score 60% to pass the final assessment. The final assessment has ten questions.

A digital badge is like a certificate but it can be stored, displayed and shared online. You can create a portfolio of badges on myHPass, a platform dedicated to recognising humanitarians' skills and experience. Find out more about HPass here


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 Will I get a certificate at the end of this pathway?
 

Yes, you will be able to gain a certificate once you have completed the first four essential sections of the pathway and passed the at the end of the course. You need to score 60% to pass the final assessment. The final assessment has ten questions.


A circle with START and a question mark in How do I start?
 Scroll to the top of the page and click on the    Join course    button. This will take you through to the pathway page itself. You don't need to complete the pathway in one go - you can always continue later from where you left off.