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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 06 Jul 2015
    Starting date: 20 Jul 2015
    Ending date: 24 Jul 2015

    Stay Safe Training: Basic Safety and Security for UN/(I)NGO Staff (5 days)

    In a world where the role of global (I)NGOs is increasing, the chances of encountering life threatening situations for implementing personnel of UN organizations, aid agencies and other (inter)national non-governmental organizations is on the rise. Dangers in humanitarian work arise from various factors including petty crime, politically motivated violence, and war zones. Additional threats can include terrorism, working in restricted environments, and natural / man-made disasters, including traffic accidents, etc. Being unprepared to act in these situations can jeopardize the continuity of humanitarian operations, reduce the efficiency and effectiveness of activities, and place humanitarian workers in further danger.

    Proper training protects property, prevents injury, reduces liability, and saves lives.*HDFF understands that these staff members run an ever-greater risk of becoming victims of violence and conflict. Consequently you need an *All Hazard Approach to develop an Ample Risk Management (ARM) for your organization. Against this backdrop, HDFF has developed, in the context of the UN initiated program Saving Lives Together, a series of safety and security trainings called Stay Safe, which have been widely successfully with participants from organizations working all over the world. Our flagship Stay Safe training course has been conducted numerous times with participants coming from diverse location across the globe; ranging from Ghana and South Sudan in Africa, to Iraq in the Middle East, to Afghanistan in Central/South Asia, to Myanmar, Thailand, and Indonesia in Southeast Asia.

    For further course information, CLICK HERE

    or visit the HDFF's Training Center page at: http://hdff.org/hdtc/

    To register for this course, download the registration form on this page, next to the course title


    How to register:

    Course Code: SST-2015-2

    Dates: 20 – 24 July 2015

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant:฿28,000 THB / $870 USD

    Discount:฿26,400 THB / $810 USD until 26 Jun. 2015

    Registration Deadline: 06 July 2015

    For Registration & Inquiries:

    Please complete the attached course registration for and return it to us via email at: info@hdff.org


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 06 Jul 2015
    Starting date: 20 Jul 2015
    Ending date: 24 Jul 2015

    Stay Safe Training: Safety and Security for UN/(I)NGO Staff (5 days)

    In a world where the role of global (I)NGOs is increasing, the chances of encountering life threatening situations for implementing personnel of UN organizations, aid agencies and other (inter)national non-governmental organizations is on the rise. Dangers in humanitarian work arise from various factors including petty crime, politically motivated violence, and war zones. Additional threats can include terrorism, working in restricted environments, and natural / man-made disasters, including traffic accidents, etc. Being unprepared to act in these situations can jeopardize the continuity of humanitarian operations, reduce the efficiency and effectiveness of activities, and place humanitarian workers in further danger.

    Proper training protects property, prevents injury, reduces liability, and saves lives.*HDFF understands that these staff members run an ever-greater risk of becoming victims of violence and conflict. Consequently you need an *All Hazard Approach to develop an Ample Risk Management (ARM) for your organization. Against this backdrop, HDFF has developed, in the context of the UN initiated program Saving Lives Together, a series of safety and security trainings called Stay Safe, which have been widely successfully with participants from organizations working all over the world. Our flagship Stay Safe training course has been conducted numerous times with participants coming from diverse location across the globe; ranging from Ghana and South Sudan in Africa, to Iraq in the Middle East, to Afghanistan in Central/South Asia, to Myanmar, Thailand, and Indonesia in Southeast Asia.

    For further course information, CLICK HERE

    or visit the HDFF's Training Center page at: http://hdff.org/hdtc/

    To register for this course, download the registration form on this page, next to the course title


    How to register:

    ourse Code: SST-2015-2

    Dates: 20 – 24 July 2015

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant:฿28,000 THB / $870 USD

    Discount:฿26,400 THB / $810 USD until 26 Jun. 2015

    Registration Deadline: 06 July 2015

    For Registration & Inquiries:

    Please complete the attached course registration for and return it to us via email at: info@hdff.org


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 07 Aug 2015
    Starting date: 18 Aug 2015
    Ending date: 20 Aug 2015

    Kidnappings and Hostage Situations are on the Rise Worldwide, with (I)NGO, and Multinational Staff Being increasingly Targeted

    Recent trends indicate a significant upsurge in Kidnapping-for-Ransom (KFR) incidents, as well as a marked geographical shift. The Asia-Pacific region experienced the greatest number of cases in 2013, surpassing Latin America in both number of incidents and total monetary payout. KFR operations have grown in complexity and efficiency, while the threat of abduction by violent extremist groups has added a new dimension of risk . As a result, international development organizations and multinational companies have recognized an urgent need to develop comprehensive KFR prevention and management plans.

    HDFF’s Anti-Kidnapping & Hostage Incident Management Training Develops Crucial Prevention, Survival, and Crisis Situation Management Skills

    The 3-day HDFF Anti-Kidnapping & Hostage Incident Management course provides participants with a comprehensive examination of the entire kidnapping and hostage process, from preventative measures through post-release reintegration. The course also offers unique insights into the motivations, perspectives, and experiences of the victims, kidnappers, and incident management teams as applied to actual hostage situations. Additionally, operational continuity, media management, and Kidnapping-for-Ransom policy development and implementation are covered.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Understand key kidnapping prevention methods
    • Be able to describe the kidnapping process
    • Ability to understand the victim’s mindset
    • Understand and practice appropriate behavior during all stages of the kidnapping process including rescue by force
    • Ability to create a post-kidnapping rehabilitation plan
    • Create a media management plan and give press statements

    How to register:

    Course Code:**AKHIM_2015_2**

    Dates: 18 – 20 August 2015

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant:**฿14,000 THB / $450 USD**

    Discount: ฿12,300 THB / $400 USDuntil 31 July 2015

    Registration Deadline: 07 August 2015

    For Registration & Inquiries

    Please contact us at: info@hdff.org

    or visit us at: [*http://hdff.org/hdtc/**](http://hdff.org/hdtc/)*


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    Country: South Africa
    Organization: Institute for Security Studies
    Registration deadline: 14 Oct 2015
    Starting date: 15 Oct 2015
    Ending date: 16 Oct 2015

    ISS Conference

    ISS 6th international conference: National and international perspectives on crime, violence reduction and criminal justice About the conference

    This premier annual event brings together researchers, academics, policy makers and practitioners with an interest in criminology and associated disciplines to discuss research findings and exchange ideas.

    The networks established at these conferences have led to collaboration across the globe on crime and justice issues. The event provides an excellent opportunity to exhibit the latest criminological and related research as well as policy initiatives from Africa and beyond.

    To present

    The call for abstracts and panel discussion proposals close on 17 July. Decisions about the acceptance of abstracts will be communicated by 7 August. Submit proposals for consideration using the abstract submission form to Johan Burger, email: jburger@issafrica.org. We welcome abstracts for papers on the following:

    • Theme 1: Understanding crime and its causes
      Papers should analyse current research results on crime trends, types or crime, or offenders.
    • Theme 2: Tackling corruption and promoting the rule of law
      Papers should reflect on current theories, debates and challenges that countries or regions are grappling with in protecting adherence to the rule of law.
    • Theme 3: Supporting victims and perpetrators
      Papers should analyse new theory, research findings, or promising initiatives about how to support victims or perpetrators.
    • Theme 4: Assessing criminal justice policy and practice
      Papers should reflect theory and research results on issues like police oversight, corruption in the criminal justice sector, innovative policy and practice, criminal justice approaches to crimes like sexual offences, robbery, fraud, corruption and commercial crime.
    • Theme 5: Crime and violence prevention
      Papers should analyse promising crime prevention practice and innovation within the broad ambit of situational and social crime prevention, and discuss new theories of crime prevention.

    DATE: 15 - 16 October 2015 VENUE: The Maslow Hotel, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa

    This conference is made possible through funding provided by the Hanns Seidel Foundation, the Ford Foundation and the Government of Sweden. The ISS is also grateful for support from the following members of the ISS Partnership Forum: Governments of Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the USA.

    Enquiries: Helen Chanda hchanda@issafrica.org +27 12 346 9500


    How to register:

    To attend

    There is no registration fee but space is limited, so register early to avoid disappointment. Complete the registration form, and send it to Helen Chanda, email: hchanda@issafrica.org.

    For more information, contact: Johan Burger, email: jburger@issafrica.org. For information and presentations from the 5th international conference in 2014, click here


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 03 Sep 2015
    Starting date: 21 Sep 2015
    Ending date: 25 Sep 2015

    Increase the effectiveness of all your development projects and programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact on its intended beneficiaries

    The international development industry has grown far more competitive in recent years with donors cutting funding and demanding to see evidence of the impact of their funding. Under these conditions a strong understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation principles and tools is essential for your organization to remain competitive at to deliver the best possible results to its beneficiaries. HDFF’ Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects Training course provides development agency staff with the understanding and practical knowledge necessary to meet the demands of donors and beneficiaries alike.

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    • To understand the concept of monitoring, its objectives, procedures, and how it applies to development projects
    • To understand and to be able to apply the principles and tools of evaluation to donor-funded projects
    • To be able to create and apply monitoring and evaluation tools to development projects
    • To create and utilize a problem tree, an objective tree, and a budget as methods to manage and measure project outputs

    How to register:

    Course Code: MEDP_2015_3

    Dates: 21 - 25 September 2015

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant:฿29,000 THB / $870 USD

    Early Registration Discount:

    ฿26,900 THB / $800 USD until 31 August 2015

    Registration Deadline: 09 September 2015

    For Registration & Inquiries

    Please contact us at:*info@hdff.org*

    or visit us at: http://hdff.org/hdtc/


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 25 Sep 2015
    Starting date: 05 Oct 2015
    Ending date: 08 Oct 2015

    Proper training protects property, prevents injury, reduces liability, and saves lives

    The 5-day HDFF *Stay Safe Training: Safety and Security for Embassy & Corporate Personnel*course provides participants with a specialized overview of some of the most prevalent safety and security issues facing embassy and corporate personnel worldwide. This interactive course will present a variety of best-practice methods for preventing, managing, and responding to such situations.

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    • To increase personal and organizational risk management capabilities
    • To raise personal situational awareness
    • To be able to apply practical first aid skills in the field
    • To understand the principles of fire safety and to extinguish fires in the field
    • To reduce the risk of kidnapping and to effectively manage a hostage situation
    • To properly assess risks to staff and projects/programs

    How to register:

    Dates: 05-08 October 2015

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant:฿26,300 THB / $780 USD

    Registration Deadline: 25 September 2015

    For Registration & Inquiries

    Please contact us at:***info@hdff.org***

    or visit us at: [*http://hdff.org/hdtc/**](http://hdff.org/hdtc/)*


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 07 Aug 2015
    Starting date: 18 Aug 2015
    Ending date: 20 Aug 2015

    Kidnappings and Hostage Situations are on the Rise Worldwide, with (I)NGO, and Multinational Staff Being increasingly Targeted

    Recent trends indicate a significant upsurge in Kidnapping-for-Ransom (KFR) incidents, as well as a marked geographical shift. The Asia-Pacific region experienced the greatest number of cases in 2013, surpassing Latin America in both number of incidents and total monetary payout. KFR operations have grown in complexity and efficiency, while the threat of abduction by violent extremist groups has added a new dimension of risk . As a result, international development organizations and multinational companies have recognized an urgent need to develop comprehensive KFR prevention and management plans.

    HDFF’s Anti-Kidnapping & Hostage Incident Management Training Develops Crucial Prevention, Survival, and Crisis Situation Management Skills

    The 3-day HDFF Anti-Kidnapping & Hostage Incident Management course provides participants with a comprehensive examination of the entire kidnapping and hostage process, from preventative measures through post-release reintegration. The course also offers unique insights into the motivations, perspectives, and experiences of the victims, kidnappers, and incident management teams as applied to actual hostage situations. Additionally, operational continuity, media management, and Kidnapping-for-Ransom policy development and implementation are covered.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Understand key kidnapping prevention methods
    • Be able to describe the kidnapping process
    • Ability to understand the victim’s mindset
    • Understand and practice appropriate behavior during all stages of the kidnapping process including rescue by force
    • Ability to create a post-kidnapping rehabilitation plan
    • Create a media management plan and give press statements

    How to register:

    Course Code:**AKHIM_2015_2**

    Dates: 18 – 20 August 2015

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant:**฿14,000 THB / $450 USD**

    Discount: ฿12,300 THB / $400 USDuntil 31 July 2015

    Registration Deadline: 07 August 2015

    For Registration & Inquiries

    Please contact us at: info@hdff.org

    or visit us at: [*http://hdff.org/hdtc/**](http://hdff.org/hdtc/)*


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 09 Sep 2015
    Starting date: 21 Sep 2015
    Ending date: 25 Sep 2015

    Increase the effectiveness of all your development projects and programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact on its intended beneficiaries

    The international development industry has grown far more competitive in recent years with donors cutting funding and demanding to see evidence of the impact of their funding. Under these conditions a strong understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation principles and tools is essential for your organization to remain competitive at to deliver the best possible results to its beneficiaries. HDFF’ Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects Training course provides development agency staff with the understanding and practical knowledge necessary to meet the demands of donors and beneficiaries alike.

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES:

    §To understand the concept of monitoring, its objectives, procedures, and how it applies to development projects

    § To understand and to be able to apply the principles and tools of evaluation to donor-funded projects

    § To be able to create and apply monitoring and evaluation tools to development projects

    § To create and utilize a problem tree, an objective tree, and a budget as methods to manage and measure project outputs


    How to register:

    Course Code: MEDP_2015_3

    Dates: 21 - 25 September 2015

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: ฿29,000 THB / $870 USD

    Early Registration Discount:

    ฿26,900 THB / $800 USD until 31 August 2015

    Registration Deadline: 09 September 2015

    For Registration & Inquiries

    Please contact us at:*info@hdff.org*

    or visit us at: http://hdff.org/hdtc/


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 25 Sep 2015
    Starting date: 05 Oct 2015
    Ending date: 08 Oct 2015

    Proper training protects property, prevents injury, reduces liability, and saves lives!

    The 4-day HDFF *Stay Safe Training: Safety and Security for Embassy & Corporate Personnel*course provides participants with a specialized overview of some of the most prevalent safety and security issues facing embassy and corporate personnel worldwide. This interactive course will present a variety of best-practice methods for preventing, managing, and responding to such situations.

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    § To increase personal and organizational risk management capabilities

    § To raise personal situational awareness

    § To be able to apply practical first aid skills in the field

    § To understand the principles of fire safety and to extinguish fires in the field

    § To reduce the risk of kidnapping and to effectively manage a hostage situation

    § To properly assess risks to staff and projects/programs

    PARTICIPANTS

    § Embassy Staff, (Multinational) Corporate personnel

    § Security Focal Points, Safety Managers, staff working in high-risk environments

    § Maximum of 20 participants


    How to register:

    To register for this course, download the REGISTRATION FORM on this page, complete it, and send it to us via email at: info@hdff.org

    Course Code: SST-EMB-2015-1

    Dates: 05-08 October 2015

    Location:**Bangkok, Thailand**

    Cost per Participant: ฿26,300 THB / $780 USD

    Registration Deadline: 25 September 2015


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 23 Oct 2015
    Starting date: 02 Nov 2015
    Ending date: 06 Nov 2015

    Improve your proposal writing and gain essential management skills to become more effective, efficient, and productive in all your development projects

    Non-profit organizations that rely on donors for financial support to maintain, expand, and create programs must be able to write strong proposals, design needs-based projects, draft LogFrames and budgets, and must have a basic understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation. Additionally, a basic project risk assessment is crucial for any type of project implementation, as it helps in writing substantial assumptions in the LogFrame, thereby improving proposal quality and project implementation. Participants in this five-day workshop designed by HDFF, will develop a strong understanding of the intertwined skills needed for effective project management and proposal writing by employing realistic, scenario-based situations.

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    § Understand the basic, industry standard for writing a proposal

    § Design a project or proposal using a problem and objective tree

    § Understand and utilize LogFrame as a tool for designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating development projects

    § To gain knowledge in budgeting and planning for development projects

    § Understand the principles of project risk management and apply in practical situation


    How to register:

    To register for this course, download the REGISTRATION FORM on this page, complete it, and send it to us via email at: info@hdff.org

    Course Code: PMPW_2015_2

    Dates: 02 – 06 November 2015

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: ฿31,00 THB / $870 USD

    Early Registration Discount:**฿28,500 THB / $800 USD until 09 October 2015**

    Registration Deadline: 23 October 2015

    For Registration & Inquiries, please contact us at:***info@hdff.org***

    or visit us at: http://hdff.org/hdtc/


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 13 Nov 2015
    Starting date: 25 Nov 2015
    Ending date: 27 Nov 2015

    Be prepared to assist your organization with valuable investigative skills

    As UN/(I)NGO staff are increasingly required to fulfill multiple roles in the course of their work, a basic understanding of incident an crime scene investigative procedures has become a valuable asset. HDFF’s 2.5-day*Stay SafeSpecial Skills Training: Basic Investigation* provides participants with the skills needed to respond to and investigate a variety of security and criminal incidents. Participants will acquire knowledge of internationally recognized best-practice principles and procedures, and how to successfully apply them to a variety of situations they may encounter in their working environment.

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    § To provide participants with a functional understanding of basic investigation principles and procedures

    § To understand and be able to apply various interviewing techniques in a security investigation scenario

    § To understand and be able to apply practical skills related to room search

    § To develop the appropriate skills to secure an incident or crime scene

    § To understand the basic of cyber-crime and cyber-security, and to development mitigation measure


    How to register:

    To register for this course, download the REGISTRATION FORM on this page, complete it, and send it to us via email at: info@hdff.org

    Course Code: SST-INV-2015-1

    Dates: 25 - 27 November 2015

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $799 USD / ฿30,300 THB

    Early Registration Discount: $760 USD / ฿28,700THBuntil 06 November 2015

    Registration Deadline:**13 November 2015**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 18 Jan 2016
    Starting date: 01 Feb 2016
    Ending date: 05 Feb 2016

    Proper training protects property, prevents injury, reduces liability, and saves lives

    The 5-day HDFF Stay Safe Training: Safety and Security for UN/(I)NGO Staff course provides participants with an overview of some of the most prevalent safety and security issues facing UN agencies and non-profit organizations worldwide. This interactive course will present a variety of best-practice methods for preventing, managing, and responding to such situations.

    Training Objectives:

    § To increase personal and organizational risk management capabilities

    § To raise personal situational awareness

    § To be able to apply practical first aid skills in the field

    § To understand the principles of fire safety and to extinguish fires in the field

    § To reduce the risk of kidnapping and to effectively manage a hostage situation

    § To properly assess risks to staff and projects/programs

    Participants:

    § UN Agencies, (I)NGO’s, (Multinational) Corporations, Embassy Personnel

    § Security Focal Points, Safety Managers, Project Managers Field Staff

    § Maximum of 20 participants

    This course is certified by the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)


    How to register:

    To register for this course, download the REGISTRATION FORM on this page, complete it, and send it to us via email at: info@hdff.org or register online at:http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: SST-2016-1

    Dates: 01-05 February 2016

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $990 USD / ฿34,200 THB

    Discount: $930 USD / ฿32,100 THB until 08 January 2016


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 18 Jan 2016
    Starting date: 01 Feb 2016
    Ending date: 05 Feb 2016

    Proper training protects property, prevents injury, reduces liability, and saves lives

    The 5-day HDFF Stay Safe Training: Safety and Security for UN/(I)NGO Staff course provides participants with an overview of some of the most prevalent safety and security issues facing UN agencies and non-profit organizations worldwide. This interactive course will present a variety of best-practice methods for preventing, managing, and responding to such situations.

    Training Objectives

    § To increase personal and organizational risk management capabilities

    § To raise personal situational awareness

    § To be able to apply practical first aid skills in the field

    § To understand the principles of fire safety and to extinguish fires in the field

    § To reduce the risk of kidnapping and to effectively manage a hostage situation

    § To properly assess risks to staff and projects/programs


    How to register:

    To register for this course, complete the registration form on this page and email it to info@hdff.org or register online at: http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: SST-2016-1

    Dates: 01-05 February 2016

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $990 USD

    Discount: $930 USD until 08 January 2016

    Registration Deadline: 18 January 2016


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 01 Feb 2016
    Starting date: 15 Feb 2016
    Ending date: 19 Feb 2016

    Improve your proposal writing and gain essential management skills to become more effective, efficient, and productive in all your development projects

    Non-profit organizations that rely on donors for financial support to maintain, expand, and create programs must be able to write strong proposals, design needs-based projects, draft LogFrames and budgets, and must have a basic understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation. Additionally, a basic project risk assessment is crucial for any type of project implementation, as it helps in writing substantial assumptions in the LogFrame, thereby improving proposal quality and project implementation. Participants in this five-day workshop designed by HDFF, will develop a strong understanding of the intertwined skills needed for effective project management and proposal writing by employing realistic, scenario-based situations.

    Training Objectives

    § Understand the basic, industry standard for writing a proposal

    § Design a p roject or proposal using a problem and objective tree

    § Understand and utilize LogFrame as a tool for designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating development projects

    § To gain knowledge in budgeting and planning for development projects

    § Understand the principles of project risk management and apply in practical situation _


    How to register:

    To register for this course, complete the registration form on this page and email it to info@hdff.org or register online at: http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: RPCM-2016-1

    Dates: 15 – 19 February 2016

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $950 USD

    Discount: $870 USDuntil 22 January 2016

    Registration Deadline: 01 February 2016

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 15 Apr 2016
    Starting date: 25 Apr 2016
    Ending date: 29 Apr 2016

    Increase the effectiveness of all your development projects and programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact on its intended beneficiaries

    The international development industry has grown far more competitive in recent years with donors cutting funding and demanding to see evidence of the impact of their funding. Under these conditions a strong understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation principles and tools is essential for your organization to remain competitive at to deliver the best possible results to its beneficiaries. HDFF’ Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results training course provides development agency staff with the understanding and practical knowledge necessary to meet the demands of donors and beneficiaries alike.

    Training Objectives

    § To understand the concept of monitoring, its objectives, procedures, and how it applies to development projects

    § To understand and to be able to apply the principles and tools of evaluation to donor-funded projects

    § To be able to create and apply monitoring and evaluation tools to development projects

    § To create and utilize a problem tree, an objective tree, and a budget as methods to manage and measure project outputs


    How to register:

    To register for this course, complete the registration form on this page and email it to info@hdff.org or register online at: http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: MEDR-2016-1

    Dates: 25 -29 April 2016

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $950 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $870 USDuntil 05 Apr 2016

    Registration Deadline: 15 April 2016


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 15 Apr 2016
    Starting date: 25 Apr 2016
    Ending date: 29 Apr 2016

    Increase the effectiveness of all your development projects and programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact on its intended beneficiaries

    The international development industry has grown far more competitive in recent years with donors cutting funding and demanding to see evidence of the impact of their funding. Under these conditions a strong understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation principles and tools is essential for your organization to remain competitive at to deliver the best possible results to its beneficiaries. HDFF’ Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results training course provides development agency staff with the understanding and practical knowledge necessary to meet the demands of donors and beneficiaries alike.

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    § To understand the concept of monitoring, its objectives, procedures, and how it applies to development projects

    § To understand and to be able to apply the principles and tools of evaluation to donor-funded projects

    § To be able to create and apply monitoring and evaluation tools to development projects

    § To create and utilize a problem tree, an objective tree, and a budget as methods to manage and measure project outputs

    COURSE OVERVIEW

    Day 1

    Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation

    Managing the Project Cycle

    Day 2

    Monitoring and Evaluation Toolkit

    Project Indicators and Means of Verification

    Day 3

    Developing a Monitoring and Evaluation Plan

    Measuring Project Outputs

    Day 4

    Theory-in-Practice Activity

    Day 5

    Stakeholder Analysis and Communication

    Review and Conclusion


    How to register:

    In order to register for this course, please download and complete the registration form attached to this page and send it to us via email at info@hdff.org or you can register online at: http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: MEDR-2016-1

    Dates: 25 -29 April 2016

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $950 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $870 USDuntil 05 Apr 2016

    Registration Deadline: 15 April 2016


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 21 Mar 2016
    Starting date: 04 Apr 2016
    Ending date: 08 Apr 2016

    Proper training protects property, prevents injury, reduces liability, and saves lives

    The 5-day HDFF Stay Safe Training: Safety and Security for UN/(I)NGO Staff course provides participants with an overview of some of the most prevalent safety and security issues facing UN agencies and non-profit organizations worldwide. This interactive course will present a variety of best-practice methods for preventing, managing, and responding to such situations.

    COURSE CERTIFIED BY THE ASIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (AIT)

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    § To increase personal and organizational risk management capabilities

    § To raise personal situational awareness

    § To be able to apply practical first aid skills in the field

    § To understand the principles of fire safety and to extinguish fires in the field

    § To reduce the risk of kidnapping and to effectively manage a hostage situation

    § To properly assess risks to staff and projects/programs

    COURSE OVERVIEW

    Day 1

    Leadership in Emergencies

    Security Management

    Situational Awareness

    Day 2

    Situation Assessment

    First Aid

    Day 3

    Risk Assessment

    Security Planning

    Hostage Incident Management

    Day 4

    Experiential Exchange

    Firefighting

    Day 5

    Communication in Crisis

    Summary and Conclusion


    How to register:

    If you would like to register for the course, please download the registration form attached to this page, complete it, and return it to us via email at info@hdff.org or you can register online at: http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: SST-2016-1

    Dates: 04-08 April 2016

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $990 USD

    Discount: $930 USD until 07 March 2016

    Registration Deadline: 21 March 2016


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 02 Sep 2016
    Starting date: 12 Sep 2016
    Ending date: 16 Sep 2016

    This course is provides comprehensive safety and security training at an exceptional value for non-profit, government, and private enterprise personnel working in low to medium risk environments who may not have a dedicated security team or focal point.
    HDFF’s 5-day Stay Safe Training course also places a special emphasis on team building throughout the program in order to foster a more productive working environment and to improve the safety culture of your organization.
    HDFF is a registered UN training provider. All participants will be awarded a certificate of achievement by the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) upon successful completion of the course.

    COURSE CONTENT DELIVERY CERTIFIED BY THE ASIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (AIT)

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    § To increase personal and organizational risk management capabilities

    § To raise personal situational awareness

    § To be able to apply practical first aid skills in the field

    § To understand the principles of fire safety and to extinguish fires in the field

    § To reduce the risk of kidnapping and to effectively manage a hostage situation

    § To properly assess risks to staff and projects/programs

    COURSE MODULES

    Fire Prevention and Reaction

    First Aid

    Personal & Travel Safety

    Emergency Planning

    Risk Assessment & Reduction

    Hostility & Aggression

    Kidnapping & Hostage

    Incident Reporting


    How to register:

    If you would like to register for the course, please download the registration form attached to this page, complete it, and return it to us via email at info@hdff.org or you can register online at:http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: SST-2016-2

    Dates: 12 - 16 September 2016

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $990 USD

    Discount: $930 USD until 19 August 2016

    Registration Deadline: 02 September 2016


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 29 Jul 2016
    Starting date: 08 Aug 2016
    Ending date: 12 Aug 2016

    Increase the effectiveness of all your development projects and programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact on its intended beneficiaries

    HDFF’s 5-day Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results will teach participants from non-profit organizations and government ministries the most widely used M & E tools and methods accepted by major donors such as USAID, DFID and UN agencies, among others. This comprehensive course will cover the full spectrum and process of monitoring and evaluation from knowledge of how to effectively design a project with an integrated M & E framework through the practical application of M & E outputs to ensure maximum efficiency, optimum results, and the highest levels of accountability.

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    § To understand the concept of monitoring, its objectives, procedures, and how it applies to development projects

    § To understand and to be able to apply the principles and tools of evaluation to donor-funded projects

    § To be able to create and apply monitoring and evaluation tools to development projects

    § To create and utilize a problem tree, an objective tree, and a budget as methods to manage and measure project outputs

    COURSE MODULES

    Project Design

    Problem & Objective Tree

    Logical Framework

    Monitoring & Evaluation Framework

    Performance Indicators

    Case Studies

    Implementing Monitoring & Evaluation Plan

    Use of Monitoring & Evaluation Data


    How to register:

    In order to register for this course, please download and complete the registration form attached to this page and send it to us via email at info@hdff.org or you can register online at: http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: MEDR-2016-2

    Dates: 08 -12 August 2016

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $950 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $870 USDuntil 15 July 2016

    Registration Deadline: 29 July 2016


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 25 Jan 2017
    Starting date: 13 Feb 2017
    Ending date: 17 Feb 2017

    This course is provides comprehensive safety and security training at an exceptional value for non-profit, government, and private enterprise personnel working in low to medium risk environments who may not have a dedicated security team or focal point.
    HDFF’s 5-day Stay Safe Training course also places a special emphasis on team building throughout the program in order to foster a more productive working environment and to improve the safety culture of your organization.
    HDFF is a registered UN training provider. All participants will be awarded a certificate of achievement by the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) upon successful completion of the course.

    COURSE CONTENT DELIVERY CERTIFIED BY THE ASIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (AIT)

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

    § To increase personal and organizational risk management capabilities

    § To raise personal situational awareness

    § To be able to apply practical first aid skills in the field

    § To understand the principles of fire safety and to extinguish fires in the field

    § To reduce the risk of kidnapping and to effectively manage a hostage situation

    § To properly assess risks to staff and projects/programs

    COURSE MODULES

    Fire Prevention and Reaction

    First Aid

    Personal & Travel Safety

    Emergency Planning

    Risk Assessment & Reduction

    Hostility & Aggression

    Kidnapping & Hostage

    Incident Reporting


    How to register:

    If you would like to register for the course, please download the registration form attached to this page, complete it, and return it to us via email at info@hdff.org, hdff.dmitriv@gmail.com or you can register online at:http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: SST-2017-1

    Dates: 13 - 17 February 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $1,080 USD

    Discount: $970 USD until 20 January 2017

    Registration Deadline: 25 January 2017


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