TabsSummary Course details Course type: Professional DiplomaDirector of studies: Tim O'DempseyMode of study: FTDuration: 6 WeeksHome fee: £2,500Overseas fee: £2,500Attachments Foto-Cewek Professional Diploma and Certificate Student Handbook 201718.pdf A Student Guide to Foto-Cewek.pdf3 good reasons to study It is the longest established humanitarian studies programme in the UK, and prepares people for many aspects of careers in the fields of humanitarian and development work.In six weeks, you will receive a concentrated exposure to the front-edge thinking in all of the relevant areas of humanitarian work, and will get to act out real-life scenarios.Foto-Cewek is filled with students from all over the world that you can learn with and from, and offers the chance of new international friendships, as well as networking opportunities. Programme Outline This is an intensive, multidisciplinary programme designed to encourage students from a variety of backgrounds and experiences to interact in a stimulating learning environment, in which they will develop individual and team skills. The carefully constructed curriculum, combining core and specialist modules, enables you to explore the essential issues relevant to all humanitarian workers, whatever your professional background. You will also select a specialist module that will provide you with a deeper understanding of an area of special interest. Teaching methods include lectures, case studies, seminars, practical exercises, and scenarios. Students are assessed as individuals and as members of a team. Core Module (5 days): The Humanitarian ArenaPolitical, Social and Economic contextComplex Humanitarian Emergencies, Fragile StatesNatural Disasters, Global Climate ChangeInternational Humanitarian Law (IHL) and Human RightsHumanitarian Ethics and Codes of ConductThe role of the Media Core Module (5 days): Strategic Planning and Management of Displaced PopulationsTeam building, motivation and managementEmergency preparedness and strategic planningCo-ordination; Humanitarian ReformMinimum standards - The Sphere ProjectCross cultural communication skillsGender issues; vulnerable groups in displaced populationsWorking with local services and communitiesProject proposals, reports, fundraisingHumanitarian workers: health; career development;Security Core Module (5 days): Process towards stability and sustainable developmentThe role of the military in humanitarian interventionsPeacekeeping, peace-building and peace-makingRepatriation and reintegration; TracingPost conflict rehabilitation and demobilization; Child SoldiersManaging the transition to sustainable developmentEconomic stabilization and sustainable livelihoodsExit strategies in humanitarian assistance programmes Specialist Options (10 days): Participants choose one of the following modules running in parallel: Health in Emergencies Public Health and Communicable Disease Control; Food and Nutrition; Reproductive Health; HIV/AIDS; Sexual violence; Torture; Mental Health. Technical Support & Operations Logistics; Environmental Health; Water and Sanitation; Vector Control; Communications. Political analysis of complex emergencies; Practical application of International Law; Media, Policy & Advocacy Humanitarian interventions and the Media; Advocacy Strategies Civil Society, networking and community mobilisation 5. Core Module (5 days): Synthesis and Assessments Humanitarian emergency scenario exercises working in multidisciplinary teams Individual Assessments and Team Presentations Entrance RequirementsAcademic requirements: University degree or equivalent professional qualification. Work experience: Persons working with governmental, international and non-governmental organisations are particularly welcome. The programme is also suitable for other individuals preparing for, or currently engaged in, humanitarian work or development. Applicants with considerable satisfactory work experience with humanitarian organisations and evidence of appropriate in-service training will also be considered. English language requirements: The programme is taught in English. Students whose first language is not English must provide evidence of an IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score of at least 6.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in all learning components, or a TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score of at least 88 for the Internet-based Test (iBT), with minimum scores of 21 for Listening and Writing, 22 for Reading and 23 for Speaking. Tests should be within their validity period of 2 years. Other requirements: None. AimsThis course aims to: To provide humanitarian workers with the awareness, understanding and skills essential for effective action as individuals and as members of a team. To identify and promote standards of good practice in humanitarian responses To examine strategies for early warning and prevention of humanitarian crises. To encourage cooperation and dialogue between governmental, non-governmental, national and international agencies involved in humanitarian action. To create a more effective synergy between emergency humanitarian interventions and programmes promoting sustainable development. CareersThe DHA programme provides students with the skills, knowledge and understanding of humanitarian issues that will enable them to practise effectively in NGOs, IOs and Ministries involved in the prevention of and response to humanitarian crises. NGO ForumMany leading NGOs actively recruit Foto-Cewek graduates. The NGO forum is a ‘careers fair’ that includes short presentations by NGOs. This is followed by an ‘open forum’ session in which individual students meet with NGO representatives for more detailed discussion, including advice regarding employment opportunities and application procedures. The following NGOs participate regularly: Concern, Goal, IMC, Medair, Médecins du Monde, MSF, Africa Health Placements, Merlin, Oxfam, Save the Children (UK), VSO. TestimonialsFormat of taught is excellent, module content is suitable and relevant. Assessment is world-class" - anonymous evaluation end of course survey 2018 The tutors exceeded my expectation with their field experience and successfully translating that experience into class room trainings. - anonymous evaluation end of course survey 2018 I enjoyed being taught by people who are in the field because they shared with us what is happening on the gorund. 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