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Individual Capacity Building Options 

CaLP's Cash Learning Hub offers a wide range of individual capacity building options including e-learning, face to face training, structured learning pathways, videos, webinars, and more.

CaLP's training is broadly divided into 2 groups: The Standard Training Package and Specialised courses.

CaLP's Standard Training Package for Individuals

CaLP's Standard Training Package provides opportunities for individuals to build knowledge and expertise in CTP, in accordance with the CaLP Competency Framework. Each participant is invited to define their own learning pathway, depending on their duties within cash transfer programming and their own professional interests, and then participates in a series of online and face-to-face capacity building opportunities.

As one means of promoting professional networking, CaLP offers capacity building workshops to pracititioners who have similar principal role(s) in the quality design and delivery of CTP. CaLP identifies 3 principal groups of CTP practitioners/stakeholders: 

Staff responsible for designing, implementing and monitoring cash transfer programmes. This group might include: programme managers, programme officers, technical specialists from any sector, such as food security, livelihoods, WASH, Health, or Shelter and MEAL specialists.

Staff who are, or will be, supporting the implementation of cash transfer programmes. This group might include: manager and officer level staff from supply chain, finance and ICT teams.

Managers who are, or who will be, supporting teams that are designing and implementing cash transfer programmes. This group might include: managers responsible for supporting teams involved in the design and implementation of cash transfer programmes and Programme Directors.

CaLP's Standard Package includes the following courses:

Specialised Courses on CTP

CaLP has partnered with a range of NGOs to bring together learning resources on various specialised subjects.

The following specialised courses are available on the Cash Learning Hub:

  • Social Protection and CTP - CaLP has developed a 2-part training course on Social Protection and CTP.

Part 1: Introduction to Linking Humanitarian Cash Assistance and Social Protection  - this is available as a half-day face to face training course or as an e-learning course. More information about this course is available here.

Part 2: Designing CTPs that are linked to Social Protection - this is available as a 1-day face to face training course or as an e-learning course. More information about this course is available here.

  • Urban Cash Transfer Programming and CTP - This is available as a half-day face to face training course or as an e-learning course available in English, French and Spanish.
  • A Practical Guide to Market Analysis - this is an e-learning course available in English, French and Arabic.
  • Market Assessment Tools Training - This is a 5-day face to face training course.
  • E-transfers and Beneficiary data protection - this is an e-learning course available here.
  • The Remote Cash Course - this course, developed by NRC and DCA, is an e-learning course available in English, French and Arabic.
  • Monitoring 4 CTP - This is a 1-day face to face training course.
  • Response Analysis and CTP - This is a 3-day face to face training course, which will be available soon. 

Building Individual Expertise Programme

A limited number of practitioners will aim to go beyond the standard training programme or will turn to CaLP with an existing level of expertise that surpasses our standard content. Such individuals will be striving to ensure that their skills respond to the growing demand for experts in CTP across all functions necessary to the accountable delivery of CTP.

This initiative will outline a pathway delivered through the standard training package, but will offer a more intensive series of capacity building sessions, as well as additional peer-to-peer support, mentoring and placements (when funding permits).