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CaLP announces training partnerships with Bioforce, RedR UK and Key Aid Consulting

CaLP is excited to announce training partnerships with Bioforce, RedR UK and Key Aid Consulting to deliver CaLP-accredited courses, extending the reach of our capacity building efforts. These partnerships are an important step towards meeting the training needs of the cash transfer programming community.

The CaLP team will continue to deliver our own courses, but these exciting new partnerships enable more humanitarian actors to gain the skills they need to deliver quality cash transfer programming.

Whilst these training partner organisations (TPOs) will continue their usual suite of trainings, they will now also offer ‘CaLP-accredited’ courses, indicating that the training is led by either CaLP staff or a CaLP-certified trainer, and uses training materials developed by CaLP.

Below are the next training courses we will be delivering with each organisation:

Bioforce: Les transferts monétaires dans l'action humanitaire 11th - 15h March 2019, Dakar, Senegal. To apply, click here

Key Aid Consulting: Core CTP Skills for Programme Staff 17th - 21st December 2018, Paris, France. To apply, click here

RedR UK: Core CTP Skills for Programme Staff 3rd - 7th December 2018, Nairobi, Kenya. To apply, click here.  

You can find the full list of upcoming training dates to be delivered by both CaLP and the training partners on the Training Calendar. For more information about the partnerships, including a Q&A page, please click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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