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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 23 Dec 2016
    Starting date: 09 Jan 2017
    Ending date: 13 Jan 2017

    The Human Development Foundation Forum’s Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results training is just around the corner and I would like to personally extend an invitation to you on behalf of HDFF! HDFF is a Thailand based NGO, our research and training staff come from a diverse background including education, business, development, social work, and defense. With decades of combined academic and real-world experience, we strive to build local capacity, improve the security of our communities, and contribute meaningful knowledge to society through all of our educational and research programs. Now for the details of our next training:

    Increase the accountability, effectiveness, and sustainability of your programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact

    HDFF's 5-day Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results will teach the 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.

    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

    What: Learn from specialist how to apply monitoring and evaluation tools specifically to a development context fitting your organization’s work and how to communicate those results to stakeholders and potential donors

    Why: Understanding of M&E tools is critical in keeping development organizations competitive today, both in creating projects with the largest impact and in attracting donors, learn from industry experts and take your new knowledge back to your organization

    When: January 09 - 13, 2017

    Where: Bangkok, Thailand


    How to register:

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

    Course Code: MEDR-2017-1

    Dates: January 09 - 13, 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $950 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $870 USD until 15 Dec. 2016

    Special Discount: ($820 USD for organization sending 3 or more participants)

    Registration Deadline: 23 December 2016


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 23 Feb 2017
    Starting date: 06 Mar 2017
    Ending date: 10 Mar 2017

    Practical training in the field provides unmatched educational quality and prepares participants to cope with a variety of hostile environments

    Humanitarian workers are frequently required to operate in high-risk, hostile, and unstable environments. Without practical training, aid workers lack the practical skills to protect themselves, colleagues, and beneficiaries from violence and accidents. As a result, not only is a comprehensive HEAT training course recommended for all staff members working in such conditions, many insurers actually require it in order to provide coverage in the event of an emergency.
    Participants in HDFF’s intensive 5-day HEAT course will learn how to: Recognize and avoid UXO/IED’s/land mines; How to prevent and respond to fires in the field; To survive a Kidnapping & Hostage incident from abduction to release/rescue by force; To apply life-saving techniques in a remote field environment; Respond with essential survival techniques during an active shooter situation; Understand best-practices for delivering aid in unstable, rapidly-evolving situations, Stay safe during outbreaks of civil unrest; Behave appropriately at legal/illegal check points; Enhance safety and effectiveness through knowledge of basic field navigation.

    COURSE MODULES:

    - UXO/IED Mine Awareness

    - Fire Prevention & Reaction

    - Kidnapping & Hostage

    - Emergency Field Medicine

    - Active Shooter

    - Aid Delivery & Distribution

    - Civil Unrest & Hostile Actors

    - Legal & Illegal Checkpoints

    - Field Navigation


    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: HEAT-2017-1

    Dates: 06- 10 March 2017

    Location: Hua Hin, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $3,200 USD

    Registration Deadline: 27February2017


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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 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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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 30 Apr 2017
    Starting date: 22 May 2017
    Ending date: 26 May 2017

    This course 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: 22- 26 May 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $1,080 USD

    Discount: $970 USD until 21 April 2017

    Registration Deadline: 30 April2017


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 08 Jun 2017
    Starting date: 26 Jun 2017
    Ending date: 30 Jun 2017

    The Human Development Foundation Forum’s Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results training is just around the corner and I would like to personally extend an invitation to you on behalf of HDFF! HDFF is a Thailand based NGO, our research and training staff come from a diverse background including education, business, development, social work, and defense. With decades of combined academic and real-world experience, we strive to build local capacity, improve the security of our communities, and contribute meaningful knowledge to society through all of our educational and research programs. Now for the details of our next training:

    Increase the accountability, effectiveness, and sustainability of your programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact

    HDFF's 5-day Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results will teach the 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.

    Training Objectives:

    1. To learn the concept of monitoring projects and its objectives, procedures, and how it applies to project development(s) and to be able to apply the principles and tools of evaluation to donor-funded projects.
    2. To help you better understand the Organization's goal and improve current and future management of outputs, outcomes and impact(s).
    3. Embed the performance objectives into your current appraisal / performance review system and use steps 2 – 4 to manage your project’s performance.
    4. To create and utilize a problem tree, an objective tree, and a budget as methods to manage and measure project outputs

    What: Learn from specialist how to apply monitoring and evaluation tools specifically to a development context fitting your organization’s work and how to communicate those results to stakeholders and potential donors

    Why: Understanding of M&E tools is critical in keeping development organizations competitive today, both in creating projects with the largest impact and in attracting donors, learn from industry experts and take your new knowledge back to your organization.

    When: June 26 - 30, 2017

    Where: Bangkok, Thailand


    How to register:

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

    Course Code: MEDR-2017-2

    Dates: June 26 - 30, 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $950 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $870 USD until 1 June 2017

    Special Discount: ($820 USD for organization sending 3 or more participants)

    Registration Deadline: 08June 2017


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 01 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 02 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 06 Oct 2017

    Practical training in the field provides unmatched educational quality and prepares participants to cope with a variety of hostile environments

    Humanitarian workers are frequently required to operate in high-risk, hostile, and unstable environments. Without practical training, aid workers lack the practical skills to protect themselves, colleagues, and beneficiaries from violence and accidents. As a result, not only is a comprehensive HEAT training course recommended for all staff members working in such conditions, many insurers actually require it in order to provide coverage in the event of an emergency.
    Participants in HDFF’s intensive 5-day HEAT course will learn how to: Recognize and avoid UXO/IED’s/land mines; How to prevent and respond to fires in the field; To survive a Kidnapping & Hostage incident from abduction to release/rescue by force; To apply life-saving techniques in a remote field environment; Respond with essential survival techniques during an active shooter situation; Understand best-practices for delivering aid in unstable, rapidly-evolving situations, Stay safe during outbreaks of civil unrest; Behave appropriately at legal/illegal check points; Enhance safety and effectiveness through knowledge of basic field navigation.

    COURSE MODULES:

    - UXO/IED Mine Awareness

    - Fire Prevention & Reaction

    - Kidnapping & Hostage

    - Emergency Field Medicine

    - Active Shooter

    - Aid Delivery & Distribution

    - Crowd Control

    - Legal & Illegal Checkpoints

    - Field Navigation


    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 and hdff.natthiporn@gmail.com or you can register online at:http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: HEAT-2017-2

    Dates: 02 -06 October 2017

    Location: Hua Hin, Thailand

    Cost per Participant:

    • $3,200 USD - Standard Price
    • $2,900 USD - Early Bird Discount (Until 15 July 2017)

    Registration Deadline: 01 September2017


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 14 Jul 2017
    Starting date: 07 Aug 2017
    Ending date: 11 Aug 2017

    This course 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.isabelo@gmail.com or you can register online at:http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: SST-2017-1

    Dates: 07 - 11 August2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $1,080 USD

    Discount: $970 USD until 07 July 2017

    Registration Deadline: 14 July2017


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 29 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 16 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 20 Oct 2017

    The Human Development Foundation Forum’s Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results training is just around the corner and I would like to personally extend an invitation to you on behalf of HDFF! HDFF is a Thailand based NGO, our research and training staff come from a diverse background including education, business, development, social work, and defense. With decades of combined academic and real-world experience, we strive to build local capacity, improve the security of our communities, and contribute meaningful knowledge to society through all of our educational and research programs. Now for the details of our next training:

    Increase the accountability, effectiveness, and sustainability of your programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact

    HDFF's 5-day Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results will teach the 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.

    Training Objectives:

    1. To learn the concept of monitoring projects and its objectives, procedures, and how it applies to project development(s) and to be able to apply the principles and tools of evaluation to donor-funded projects.
    2. To help you better understand the Organization's goal and improve current and future management of outputs, outcomes and impact(s).
    3. Embed the performance objectives into your current appraisal / performance review system and use steps 2 – 4 to manage your project’s performance.
    4. To create and utilize a problem tree, an objective tree, and a budget as methods to manage and measure project outputs

    What: Learn from specialist how to apply monitoring and evaluation tools specifically to a development context fitting your organization’s work and how to communicate those results to stakeholders and potential donors

    Why: Understanding of M&E tools is critical in keeping development organizations competitive today, both in creating projects with the largest impact and in attracting donors, learn from industry experts and take your new knowledge back to your organization.

    When: 16 - 20 October 2017

    Where: Bangkok, Thailand


    How to register:

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

    Course Code: MEDR-2017-2

    Dates: 16 - 20 October2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $950 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $870 USD until 1 September 2017

    Special Discount: ($775 USD for organization sending 3 or more participants)

    Registration deadline for other nationalities that need visa is 11 September 2017.


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 15 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 02 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 06 Oct 2017

    Practical training in the field provides unmatched educational quality and prepares participants to cope with a variety of hostile environments

    Humanitarian workers are frequently required to operate in high-risk, hostile, and unstable environments. Without practical training, aid workers lack the practical skills to protect themselves, colleagues, and beneficiaries from violence and accidents. As a result, not only is a comprehensive HEAT training course recommended for all staff members working in such conditions, many insurers actually require it in order to provide coverage in the event of an emergency.
    Participants in HDFF’s intensive 5-day HEAT course will learn how to: Recognize and avoid UXO/IED’s/land mines; How to prevent and respond to fires in the field; To survive a Kidnapping & Hostage incident from abduction to release/rescue by force; To apply life-saving techniques in a remote field environment; Respond with essential survival techniques during an active shooter situation; Understand best-practices for delivering aid in unstable, rapidly-evolving situations, Stay safe during outbreaks of civil unrest; Behave appropriately at legal/illegal check points; Enhance safety and effectiveness through knowledge of basic field navigation.

    COURSE MODULES:

    - UXO/IED Mine Awareness

    - Fire Prevention & Reaction

    - Kidnapping & Hostage

    - Emergency Field Medicine

    - Active Shooter

    - Aid Delivery & Distribution

    - Crowd Control

    - Legal & Illegal Checkpoints

    - Field Navigation


    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.isabelo@gmail.com or you can register online at:http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: HEAT-2017-2

    Dates: 02 -06 October 2017

    Location: Hua Hin, Thailand

    Cost per Participant:

    • $3,200 USD - Standard Price
    • $2,900 USD - Early Bird Discount (Until 23 August 2017)

    Registration Deadline: 15 September 2017

    ***01 September 2017 for other nationalities that require visa.**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 29 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 16 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 20 Oct 2017

    The Human Development Foundation Forum’s Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results training is just around the corner and I would like to personally extend an invitation to you on behalf of HDFF!. HDFF is a Thailand based NGO, our research and training staff come from a diverse background including education, business, development, social work, and defense. With decades of combined academic and real-world experience, we strive to build local capacity, improve the security of our communities, and contribute meaningful knowledge to society through all of our educational and research programs. Now for the details of our next training:

    Increase the accountability, effectiveness, and sustainability of your programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact

    HDFF's 5-day Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results will teach the 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.

    Training Objectives:

    1. To learn the concept of monitoring projects and its objectives, procedures, and how it applies to project development(s) and to be able to apply the principles and tools of evaluation to donor-funded projects.
    2. To help you better understand the Organization's goal and improve current and future management of outputs, outcomes and impact(s).
    3. Embed the performance objectives into your current appraisal / performance review system and use steps 2 – 4 to manage your project’s performance.
    4. To create and utilize a problem tree, an objective tree, and a budget as methods to manage and measure project outputs

    What: Learn from specialist how to apply monitoring and evaluation tools specifically to a development context fitting your organization’s work and how to communicate those results to stakeholders and potential donors

    Why: Understanding of M&E tools is critical in keeping development organizations competitive today, both in creating projects with the largest impact and in attracting donors, learn from industry experts and take your new knowledge back to your organization.

    When: 16 - 20 October 2017

    Where: Bangkok, Thailand


    How to register:

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

    Course Code: MEDR-2017-2

    Dates: 16 -20 October 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $950 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $870 USD until 1 September 2017

    Special Discount: ($775 USD for organization sending 3 or more participants)

    Registration deadline: 29 September 2017

    11 September 2017 for other nationalities that require visa.**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 29 Sep 2017
    Starting date: 16 Oct 2017
    Ending date: 20 Oct 2017

    The Human Development Foundation Forum’s Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results training is just around the corner. HDFF is a Thailand based NGO, our research and training staff come from a diverse background including education, business, development, social work, and defense. With decades of combined academic and real-world experience, we strive to build local capacity, improve the security of our communities, and contribute meaningful knowledge to society through all of our educational and research programs. Now for the details of our next training:

    Increase the accountability, effectiveness, and sustainability of your programs by ensuring that your work has the greatest impact

    HDFF's 5-day Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results will teach the 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.

    Training Objectives:

    1. To learn the concept of monitoring projects and its objectives, procedures, and how it applies to project development(s) and to be able to apply the principles and tools of evaluation to donor-funded projects.
    2. To help you better understand the Organization's goal and improve current and future management of outputs, outcomes and impact(s).
    3. Embed the performance objectives into your current appraisal / performance review system and use steps 2 – 4 to manage your project’s performance.
    4. To create and utilize a problem tree, an objective tree, and a budget as methods to manage and measure project outputs

    What: Learn from specialist how to apply monitoring and evaluation tools specifically to a development context fitting your organization’s work and how to communicate those results to stakeholders and potential donors

    Why: Understanding of M&E tools is critical in keeping development organizations competitive today, both in creating projects with the largest impact and in attracting donors, learn from industry experts and take your new knowledge back to your organization.

    When: 16 - 20 October 2017

    Where: Bangkok, Thailand


    How to register:

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

    Course Code: MEDR-2017-2

    Dates: 16 -20 October 2017

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $950 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $870 USD until 1 September 2017

    Special Discount: ($775 USD for organization sending 3 or more participants)

    Registration deadline: 29 September 2017

    11 September 2017 for nationalities that require visa.**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 15 Nov 2017
    Starting date: 04 Dec 2017
    Ending date: 08 Dec 2017

    Practical training in the field provides unmatched educational quality and prepares participants to cope with a variety of hostile environments.

    Course Code: HEAT-2017-2

    Dates: 04 -08 December 2017

    Location: Hua Hin, Thailand

    Humanitarian workers are frequently required to operate in high-risk, hostile, and unstable environments. Without practical training, aid workers lack the practical skills to protect themselves, colleagues, and beneficiaries from violence and accidents. As a result, not only is a comprehensive HEAT training course recommended for all staff members working in such conditions, many insurers actually require it in order to provide coverage in the event of an emergency. The training is co-certified by the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) (http://www.ait.ac.th/).

    Course Objectives – participants will learn how to:

    • Recognize and avoid UXO/IED’s/land mines;
    • Prevent and respond to fires in the field;
    • Survive a kidnapping and hostage incident from abduction to release/rescue by force;
    • Apply life-saving techniques in a remote field environment;
    • Respond with essential survival techniques during an active shooter situation;
    • Understand best-practices for delivering aid in unstable and rapidly-evolving situations and stay safe during outbreaks of civil unrest;
    • Behave appropriately at legal/illegal check points;
    • Enhance safety and effectiveness through knowledge of basic field navigation.

    Course Modules:

    • UXO/IED Mine Awareness
    • Fire Prevention & Reaction
    • Kidnapping & Hostage
    • Emergency Field Medicine
    • Active Shooter Situation
    • Aid Delivery & Distribution
    • Crowd Control
    • Legal & Illegal Checkpoints
    • Field Navigation
      For further information about the training, please do feel free to contact Mr. Isabelo Lagura at hdff.isabelo@gmail.com.

    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.isabelo@gmail.com or you can register online at:http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: HEAT-2017-2

    Dates: 04 -08 December 2017

    Location: Hua Hin, Thailand


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 16 Feb 2018
    Starting date: 27 Feb 2018
    Ending date: 01 Mar 2018

    Effective and efficient global leaders and project managers need to monitor and evaluate their development projects. They have to understand the importance of the LogFrame and related indicators as M&E tools. This three-day workshop designed by HDFF improves the understanding and application of these tools as crucial contribution to the organization’s success in implementing development projects.Guest presentations from UN / INGO professionals will deepen the gained knowledge.

    Objectives

    • Key concepts and terminology of M&E
    • LogFrame as important M&E tool
    • Data collection and evaluation methods
    • Developing M&E plan
    • Stakeholder analysis and communication as integral part of M&E

    How to register:

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

    Course Code: MEDR_2018_1

    Dates: 27 February - 01 March 2018

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $720 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $655 USD until 25 January 2018

    Registration deadline: 16 February 2018

    02 February 2018 for nationalities that require visa.**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 05 Mar 2018
    Starting date: 19 Mar 2018
    Ending date: 23 Mar 2018

    HDFF’s five-day “Stay Safe Training (HEAT) for government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel” is an ADVANCED safety training that addresses primarily implementing personnel but also management and safety related personnel needs of government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel aiming to improve participants’ skills in hostile environment, following international regulations in these settings. The training will be conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators in an utmost participatory way and has in its core a 3 day Field Exercise.

    Objectives

    • To improve safety and security related staff’s knowledge of multiple threats in hostile field environment and shows ways how to cope with these

    • To know how to manage situations and stress once caught in these situations, e.g. checkpoint behavior, ambush/active shooter, hostile crowds, kidnapping, rescue by force

    • To be able to act as a TEAM-member in hostile environments and stressful situations en0)Bן(y


    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.isabelo@gmail.com or you can register online at: http://hdff.org/registration/

    Course Code: HEAT-2018_1

    Dates: 19 -23 March 2018

    Location: Hua Hin, Thailand

    HDFF reserves the right to make changes to training events on short notice.


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 20 Apr 2018
    Starting date: 30 Apr 2018
    Ending date: 02 May 2018

    HDFF’s 2.5-day Stay Safe Training for government, corporate and UN/ Safety Personnel is a safety training that addresses the management and safety related personnel needs of government and UN organizations and (inter)national corporates and organizations. The training is conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators (also internationally experienced) in an utmost participatory way.

    Objectives

    § To be able to assess risks for staff, programs, and locations

    § To increase risk management capabilities

    § To be able to understand safety tasks and apply skills to related personnel scope of work including

    o risk avoidance

    o situational awareness

    o risk mitigation To apply practical skills for First Aid


    How to register:

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

    Course Code: SSTB_2018_1**

    Dates: 30 April - 02 May2018

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $740 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $670 USD (Until 13 April 2018)

    Registration deadline: 20 April2018

    01 April 2018 for nationalities that require visa.**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 20 Apr 2018
    Starting date: 03 May 2018
    Ending date: 04 May 2018

    HDFF’s 2-day Stay Safe Basic Skills Training for UN/(I)NGO Staff is a skills training for general staff aimed improving the safety culture of government and UN organizations and (inter)national civilian and corporate organizations. The training is conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators (also international experienced) in an utmost participatory way.

    Objectives

    § Be able to communicate in crisis

    § Be able to report safety incidents

    § Be able to use fire‐fighting equipment effectively

    § Be able to apply travel management skills for daily use

    § Be able to apply basic behavior during active shooter incidents


    How to register:

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

    Course Code: SSTBS_2018_1**

    Dates: 03 - 04 May2018

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $700 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $640 USD (Until 13 April 2018)

    Registration deadline: 20 April2018

    01 April 2018 for nationalities that require visa.**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 20 Apr 2018
    Starting date: 05 May 2018
    Ending date: 06 May 2018

    The two-days HDFF designed Stay Safe Key Skills Training “Hostage Incident Management (HIM)” is a course aiming to give participants a profound overview on hostage situations, both from the hostage side as well as management side. This intensive training includes scenario based management parts, practical parts as well as media management in hostage situations. HIM follows international regulations to manage this kind of incidents.

    Objectives

    § raise awareness for hostage prevention measures

    § highlight the importance of the “Golden Hour” from victim’s and management’s side

    § introduce media management in hostage incidents

    § highlight the benefits of a clear kidnapping policy


    How to register:

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

    Course Code: SSTHIM_2018_1**

    Dates: 05 - 06 May2018

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $670 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $590 USD (Until 13 April 2018)

    Registration deadline: 20 April2018

    01 April 2018 for nationalities that require visa.**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 16 Feb 2018
    Starting date: 27 Feb 2018
    Ending date: 01 Mar 2018

    Effective and efficient global leaders and project managers need to monitor and evaluate their development projects. They have to understand the importance of the LogFrame and related indicators as M&E tools. This three-day workshop designed by HDFF improves the understanding and application of these tools as crucial contribution to the organization’s success in implementing development projects.Guest presentations from UN / INGO professionals will deepen the gained knowledge.

    Objectives

    • Key concepts and terminology of M&E
    • LogFrame as important M&E tool
    • Data collection and evaluation methods
    • Developing M&E plan
    • Stakeholder analysis and communication as integral part of M&E

    How to register:

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

    Course Code: MEDR_2018_1

    Dates: 27 February - 01 March 2018

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $720 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $655 USD until 25 January 2018

    Registration deadline: 16 February 2018

    02 February 2018 for nationalities that require visa.**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 16 Feb 2018
    Starting date: 27 Feb 2018
    Ending date: 01 Mar 2018

    Effective and efficient global leaders and project managers need to monitor and evaluate their development projects. They have to understand the importance of the LogFrame and related indicators as M&E tools. This three-day workshop designed by HDFF improves the understanding and application of these tools as crucial contribution to the organization’s success in implementing development projects.Guest presentations from UN / INGO professionals will deepen the gained knowledge.

    Objectives

    • Key concepts and terminology of M&E
    • LogFrame as important M&E tool
    • Data collection and evaluation methods
    • Developing M&E plan
    • Stakeholder analysis and communication as integral part of M&E

    How to register:

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

    Course Code: MEDR_2018_1

    Dates: 27 February - 01 March 2018

    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Cost per Participant: $720 USD

    Early Registration Discount: $655 USD until 25 January 2018

    Registration deadline: 16 February 2018

    02 February 2018 for nationalities that require visa.**


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    Country: Thailand
    Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
    Registration deadline: 04 Jun 2018
    Starting date: 25 Jun 2018
    Ending date: 29 Jun 2018

    HDFF’s five-day “Stay Safe Training (HEAT) for government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel” is an ADVANCED safety training that addresses primarily implementing personnel but also management and safety related personnel needs of government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel aiming to improve participants’ skills in hostile environment, following international regulations in these settings. The training will be conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators in an utmost participatory way and has in its core a 3 day Field Exercise.

    Objectives

    • To improve safety and security related staff’s knowledge of multiple threats in hostile field environment and shows ways how to cope with these

    • To know how to manage situations and stress once caught in these situations, e.g. checkpoint behavior, ambush/active shooter, hostile crowds, kidnapping, rescue by force

    • To be able to act as a TEAM-member in hostile environments and stressful situations


    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 hdff.isabelo@gmail.com

    Course Code: HEAT-2018_2

    Dates: 25 -29 June 2018

    Location: Hua Hin, Thailand

    HDFF reserves the right to make changes to training events on short notice.


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