This Communications in Humanitarian Settings module is part of the wider FIELD Programme.

FIELD is a ground-breaking, free capacity building programme. FIELD’s focus is to develop the pool of local, national, and international staff who can prepare for and take charge of in-country operational programmes in humanitarian responses.

You can visit the FIELD Programme here

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 Is this course for me?

This course is for local, national, and international humanitarian staff involved in preparing for and taking charge of in-country operational programmes in humanitarian responses. This course is for individuals who wish to learn more about communications in humanitarian settings.

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 How will I benefit from this course?

In this course we will take a look at the role communications plays and its purpose and benefits in humanitarian settings. We will look at some of the key deliverables you can expect to create in a response and best practice approaches for producing these. We will also explore the risks around gathering content for communication products and how you can keep yourself and others safe.

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 How long will it take?
 Approximately 1 hour. You can exit at any time and when you return, the module will take you to where you left off.

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 How much does it cost?
 This course is free!

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 How do I start?

Click on the 'Join course' button on this page. This will take you through to the course page.

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