This course is also available in Arabic here
|Is this course for me?|
|The course is conducted in English and Arabic, and is designed to empower child protection practitioners from international and national non- governmental organisations, UN agencies, and government representatives to strengthen their child protection humanitarian response capabilities in both chronic crises and new emergencies. |
The course is divided in three learning levels: Entry, Intermediate and Advanced.
Each level will deliver several learning blocks and will be offered online, with some off-line, asynchronous tasks as well as live, synchronous. Each learning block represents an area of Child Protection Minimum standards (CPMS)
The Entry level course page is designed for child protection practitioners with one to two years of experience. It focuses on: child protection legal foundations; child protection risks; child protection principles; and cross-cutting themes.
The CPiE Professional Development Course is an informative and engaging course that will offer you valuable time for learning and professional development.
For further details on the course levels and the topics, please follow this link.
|How will I benefit from this course?|
|By taking the course, you will further develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to design and implement high quality Child Protection in Emergencies programmes.|
|How much does it cost?|
|This course is free!|
|Will I get a certificate at the end?|
|Yes - you will be able to download a certificate or an HPass digital badge once you have have completed all of the modules within the course.|
|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 course content. You don't need to complete the course in one go - you can always continue later from where you left off.|
This course has been developed by Save the Children and the Humanitarian Leadership Academy.
If you need further support or have any questions please contact CPiE@savethechildren.org