The Surge Learning Team exists to help you identify what you can fix with what type of learning and how to make it (really) good.
The Surge Learning Team can advise you on which learning initiative is the best fit (and sometimes save you a lot of money and time), what you will need to develop it, and how long it will take. We can even support you through the whole process. If interested. reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Surge Learning Team developed Induction to IFRC operations, a highly rated immersive online learning programme so people spend less time on paperwork during deployments.
This online module will help training facilitators apply learner-centered methods in a to engage participants and achieve better outcomes.
Being the facilitator on an online training can be daunting. Click the link for a 30-minute e-learning module to learn the skills necessary to be successful.
If you are looking to provide guidance and support so your mentees can grow professionally, click this link below for a short e-learning course.
The Surge Learning Team runs a Learning Advisors network to create the space and time for all of us to meet and share. If you would like to join us, please email email@example.com
We have an entire learning toolkit to support you with. Why not start with checking our handbook, which has a step-by-step guide for developing training, facilitation, moving learning online and assessing competencies.
We announce calls for applications through surge mailing lists and RRMS.
If you are not part of those lists, please let your line manager, HR and surge focal point know about the training you are interested in, and they should be able to nominate you.
You can also monitor the training calendar and contact the indicated contact person for details on how to apply.
The selection process for surge training events is very competitive. We check that applicants meet the selection criteria, we score applications according to the scoring matrix, we consult nominating entity (National Society, IFRC or ICRC office), and strive to achieve a regional, technical and gender balance in the final group composition.
IFRC Surge Facilitators' Network consist of around 100 people who facilitate a range of training. We coordinate the network and provide training on facilitation skills. Please consult the Facilitators' Network ground rules here. You can join in one of the following ways:
1) Complete a formal facilitation training provided by the Movement or another institution (For example, RedR)
2) Be recommended by a network member
3) Demonstrate facilitation skills by co-facilitating an IFRC training and being recommended by the facilitation team at the end
Reach out to Surge Learning Team if you want to join the Network.
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