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O.C. Geneva / Training Brochure 2013
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Table of Contents
OCG Training Unit Team ..............................................................................................5
Training Calendar 2013 ...............................................................................................6
Application Form MSF-CH Training...............................................................................9
INTEGRATION ............................................................................................................10
MSF Integration Course ..............................................................................................11
Field Integration Course – Cours d’Intégration Terrain ................................................12
TECHNICAL TRAINING: MEDICAL.................................................................................13
MEDICAL
Sexual & Reproductive Health (SRH) - ENG ..................................................................14
Advanced Life Support Obstetrics (ALSO) ....................................................................16
Response to Epidemics ..............................................................................................18
Response to Epidemics ..............................................................................................18
Encadrement Nutrition et Vaccination (Nut Vacci 2) - FR .............................................19
Laboratory Workshop.................................................................................................22
Health Promotion – Level 1.........................................................................................24
International MSF Surgical Workshop ..........................................................................25
MSF South Africa HIV&TB Clinical Training I: Basic .......................................................27
MSF South Africa HIV&TB Clinical Training II: Advanced ...............................................29
HIV Programmatic Course ..........................................................................................31
Summer Course on Refugee Issues .............................................................................33
Evaluation in Medical Humanitarian Programs .............................................................34
Advanced Course in Epidemiological Analysis .............................................................35
Evaluation & Education Thérapeutique des Patients (ETP) dans le domaine du VIH ........36
E-Learning Nutrition - ENG ........................................................................................38
E-Learning Nutrition - FR...........................................................................................40
Measles Initial Assessment (MIA) - ENG ......................................................................42
TECHNICAL TRAINING: LOGISTICS...............................................................................43
LOGISTICS
Logistics Organisational Training (LOT) ......................................................................44
Logistics Organizational Training (LOT) - Shorter Version ...........................................45
Basic Logistics Course (BLOC) – ENG ...........................................................................46
Basic Logistics Course (BLOC) - FR .............................................................................48
Biomed Technical Course (BTC) ..................................................................................50
Water, Hygiene and Sanitation in Emergency (WHS) .....................................................52
Eau, Hygiène et Assainissement en Situation d’Urgence (WHS) .....................................54
Water Supply & Sanitation In Precarious Situations (WEDC I)........................................56
Vehicle Fleet Management - FR ..................................................................................58
Vehicle Fleet Management - ENG................................................................................60
Advanced Mechanics and Garage Management ...........................................................62
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LogistiX & Supply Course - ENG .................................................................................64
LogistiX & Supply Course - FR ....................................................................................65
Medical Supply and Stock Management at Project Level - ENG .....................................66
Advanced Energy Course (AEC) – ENG .........................................................................67
Advanced Electrical Course (AEC) – FR ........................................................................69
Field Information and Communication Technology Training (FICTT) – ENG / FR ............71
Certification in Humanitarian Logistics Management (CHL) - ENG/ FR ..........................73
Certification in Humanitarian Supply Chain Management (CHSCM) - ENG .....................76
Certification in Humanitarian Medical Logistics Practices (Medlog) ...............................79
TECHNICAL TRAINING: TRAINING OF TRAINERS ...........................................................82
Training of Trainers (MDF) .........................................................................................83
MANAGEMENT: Level 1...............................................................................................84
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Team Management Training Course (TMT) ..................................................................85
MANAGEMENT: Level 2...............................................................................................86
2
Project Coordination Course (PCC)..............................................................................87
Populations in Emergency Situations (PSP) ..................................................................88
E-Learning Security Management ...............................................................................90
Health Emergencies in Large Populations (H.E.L.P).......................................................91
MANAGEMENT: Level 3...............................................................................................93
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Operations & Programme Strategies Course (OPS) .......................................................94
Human Resources Coordination Course (HRCC) ..........................................................96
Advocacy for Humanitarian Projects in Health .............................................................97
Leadership & Coaching: The Core Role of Team Managers in Humanitarian Settings.....98
Project Cycle Management .........................................................................................99
Animer et diriger une équipe de travail.....................................................................100
Logistic Management Course (LMC) ..........................................................................101
Logco Conversion Course (LCC)................................................................................102
Basic Expert Modular – Field Hospital (BEM) - ENG ....................................................103
WHO Short Course on Communicable Diseases in Emergencies .................................104
Intensive Course in Epidemiology & Medical Statistics ...............................................106
European Course in Tropical Epidemiology (ECTE).....................................................108
New Issues in Security Course (NISC) ........................................................................110
Humanitarian Negotiators Training Course (HNTC)....................................................112
Summer Programme on International Affairs and Multilateral Governance..................114
Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance ........................................................................116
PRACTICAL INFORMATION........................................................................................119
INFORMATION
Administrative Information.......................................................................................120
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Informations Administratives ...................................................................................122
How to get to MSF CH office:....................................................................................124
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OCG Training Unit Team
Philippe Ruscassier, Training Unit Manager
Isabelle Perivier, Training Unit Administrator
Sebastien Billard, Training Unit Administrator
Véronique Guillemot, Pedagogical Coordinator
Cécilia Mornata, Pedagogical Coordinator
Olivier Bluteau, Pedagogical Coordinator
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Training Calendar 2013
2013
COURSE
INTEGRATION
Integration Course 1
Integration Course 2
Integration Course 3
Integration Course 4
TECHNICAL TRAINING: MEDICAL
Sexual & Reproductive Health Course
Advanced Life Support Obstetrics (ALSO)
Advanced Life Support Obstetrics (ALSO)
Response to Epidemics Course
Response to Epidemics Course
Encadrement Nut-Vaccination
Laboratory Workshop
Health Promotion Level 1
International MSF Surgical Workshop
HIV & TB Clinical training - Basic
HIV & TB Clinical training - Basic
HiV & TB Clinical training - Advanced
HiV & TB Clinical training - Advanced
HiV & TB Clinical training - Advanced
HIV Programmatic Course
Summer Course on Refugee Issues
Evaluation in Medical Humanitarian Programs
Advanced Course in Epidemiological Analysis
ETP - e.learning
E.learning Nutrition
E.learning Nutrition
Measles Initial Assesment (MIA)
Measles Initial Assesment (MIA)
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SECTION
PLACE
START
END
Lang. F
OCG
OCG
OCG
OCG
Vienna
Geneva
Geneva
Vienna
27-Jan-13
7-Apr-13
7-Jul-13
13-Oct-13
7-Feb-13
18-Apr-13
18-Jul-13
24-Oct-13
Eng/Fr
Eng/Fr
Eng/Fr
Eng/Fr
OCB
OCB
OCB
Epicentre
Epicentre
OCP
MSF Austria
OCB
MSF Germany
OCB-SAMU
OCB-SAMU
OCB-SAMU
OCB-SAMU
OCB-SAMU
OCB-SAMU
externe
MSF Austria
LSHTM
externe
OCB
OCB
OCBA
OCBA
Brussels
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
Paris
Paris
Bréville
Vienna
Brussels
Düsseldorf
Cape Town
Cape Town
Cape Town
Cape Town
Cape Town
Cape Town
Toronto
Athens
London
e. learning
e. learning
e. learning
e. learning
e. learning
1-Sep-13
6-May-13
7-Oct-13
11-Mar-13
2-Dec-13
6-Oct-13
23-Sep-13
6-May-13
18-Sep-13
28-Jan-13
29-Jul-13
8-Apr-13
26-Aug-13
28-Oct-13
28-Oct-13
13-May-12
22-Apr-13
2-Sep-13
TBC
TBC
TBC
4-Mar-13
30-Sep-13
13-Sep-13
10-May-13
11-Oct-13
15-Mar-13
6-Dec-13
19-Oct-13
1-Oct-13
15-May-13
21-Sep-13
8-Feb-13
9-Aug-13
26-Apr-13
13-Sep-13
15-Nov-13
15-Nov-13
19-May-13
25-Apr-13
13-Sep-13
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Fr
Fr
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Fr
Fr
Eng
Eng
Eng
12-Apr-13
8-Nov-13
B
H CH SP
23
23
23
23
2
3
3
3
3
2
15 all MSF
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
5
2
5
2
2
unlimited
unlimited
4
4
TECHNICAL TRAINING: LOGISTICS
Logistic Organisational Training (LOT)
Logistic Organisational Training (LOT)
Logistic Organisational Training (LOT) - Shorter Version
Basic Logistic Course
Basic Logistic Course
Biomed Technical Course (BTC)
Biomed Technical Course (BTC)
Water, Hygiene & Sanitation in Emergency
Eau, Hygiène & Assainissement en Situation d'Urgence
WEDC I
WEDC I
Vehicule Fleet Management
Vehicule Fleet Management
Advanced Mechanics and Garage Management
Logistix and Supply Course
Logistix and Supply Course
Logistix and Supply Course
Logistix and Supply Course
Logistix and Supply Course
Logistix and Supply Course
Medical Supply ans Stock Management at Project Level
Advanced Energy Course (AEC)
Advanced Energy Course (AEC)
Advanced Energy Course (AEC)
Field Information and Communication Technology Training
Certification in Humanitarian Logistics Management (CHL)
Certification in Humanitarian Supply Chain Management
Certification in Humanitarian Medical Logistics Practices
TECHNICAL TRAINING: TRAINING OF TRAINERS
Training of Trainers (MDF)
Training of Trainers (MDF)
MANAGEMENT: LEVEL 1
Team Management Training (TMT)
Team Management Training (TMT)
Team Management Training (TMT)
Team Management Training (TMT)
OCG
OCBA
OCG
OCB
OCB
OCA
OCG
OCB
OCB
externe
externe
OCB
OCB
OCB
OCB
OCB
OCB
OCB
OCB
OCB
OCB
OCA
OCA
OCA
OCG
Fritz
Fritz
Fritz
Kampala
Kampala
Kampala
Brussels
Brussels
Merchtem
Merchtem
Brussels
Brussels
Loughborough
Loughborough
Kinshasa
Kampala
Kinshasa
Abidjan
Abidjan
Abidjan
Abidjan
Abidjan
Abidjan
Abidjan
Kampala
Kampala
Kampala
Kampala
e. learning
e. learning
e. learning
10-Mar-13
8-Oct-13
3-Nov-13
1-Oct-13
2-Dec-13
13-May-13
21-Oct-13
2-Sep-13
17-Jun-13
8-Apr-13
2-Sep-13
12-Mar-13
9-Sep-13
10-Jun-13
4-Feb-13
8-Apr-13
26-Aug-13
23-Sep-13
20-May-13
2-Dec-13
7-Oct-13
2-May-13
26-Sep-13
26-Sep-13
21-Jul-13
23-Mar-13
18-Oct-13
13-Nov-13
11-Oct-13
13-Dec-13
17-May-13
25-Oct-13
13-Sep-13
26-Jun-13
19-Apr-13
13-Sep-13
22-Mar-13
20-Sep-13
21-Jun-13
14-Feb-13
18-Apr-13
5-Sep-13
3-Oct-13
30-May-13
12-Dec-13
12-Oct-13
11-May-13
5-Oct-13
5-Oct-13
27-Jul-13
Eng/Fr 2
Eng
Eng
Eng
Fr
Eng
Fr
Eng
Fr
Eng
Eng
Fr
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Fr
Fr
Eng
Eng
Eng
Fr
Eng/Fr
Eng/Fr
Eng
Eng
2
2
19
7
15
2
1
2
4
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
2
2
2
15
5
5
5
MDF
MDF
Ede, NL
Ede, NL
04-Feb-13
30-Sep-13
8-Feb-13
4-Oct-13
Eng
Eng
2
2
OCG
OCG
OCG
OCG
Kampala
Kampala
Geneva
Geneva
23-Jun-13
1-Dec-13
14-Jan-13
21-Jan-13
28-Jun-13
6-Dec-13
18-Jan-13
25-Jan-13
Eng
Fr
Fr
Fr
18
18
18
18
7
7
MANAGEMENT: LEVEL 2
Project Coordination Course (PCC)
Project Coordination Course (PCC)
Population in Emergency Situations (PSP)
Population in Emergency Situations (PSP)
E.learning Securtiy Management
Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP)
Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP)
MANAGEMENT: LEVEL 3
Operations & Programme Strategies Course
Human Resources Coordination Course (HRCC)
Human Resources Coordination Course (HRCC)
Human Resources Coordination Course (HRCC)
Human Resources Coordination Course (HRCC)
Human Resources Coordination Course (HRCC)
Advocacy for Humanitarian Projects in Health
Leadership & Coaching: Core Role of Team Mananger
Project Cycle Management
Animer et Diriger une équipe de travail
LMC
LMC
LogCo Conversion Coures (LCC)
Basic Expert Modular - Field Hospital (BEM)
WHO Course on Communicable Diseases in Emergencies
Intensive Course in Epidemiology & Med Statistics
European Course in Tropical Epidemiology (ECTE)
New Issues in Security Course (NISC)
Humanitarian Negociators Training Course
Summer Program on Intl Affairs and Multi.Governance
Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance
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OCG
OCG
Epicentre
Epicentre
OCBA
IFRC
ICRC
Geneva
Geneva
Holland
St.Prix
e. learning
Nairobi
Geneva
10-Mar-13
17-Nov-13
17-Feb-13
16-Sep-13
open all year
11-Mar-13
3-Jun-13
22-Mar-13
29-Nov-13
3-Mar-13
30-Sep-13
Eng
Eng/Fr
Eng
Eng
Eng
22-Mar-13 Eng
14-Jun-13 Eng
OCG
OCBA
OCG
OCB
OCP
OCA
OCG/CERAH
OCG/CERAH
CERAH
OCG
OCA
OCA
Bioforce
OCB
WHO
LSHTM
Externe
GCSP
CIHC
Externe
LSTM
Geneva
Barcelona
Geneva
Brussels
Paris
Amsterdam
Geneva
Geneva
Geneva
Geneva
Amsterdam
Amsterdam
Lyon
Brussels
Geneva
London
Barcelona
Geneva
Berlin
Geneva
Liverpool
3-Feb-13
10-Mar-13
7-Apr-13
30-Jun-13
1-Sep-13
17-Nov-13
7-Jan-13
14-Jan-13
21-Jan-13
18-Feb-13
4-Feb-13
14-Oct-13
23-Sep-13
18-Sep-13
18-Mar-13
TBC
TBC
10-Apr-13
21-Apr-13
24-Jun-13
11-Mar-13
15-Feb-13
22-Mar-13
19-Apr-13
12-Jul-13
13-Sep-13
29-Nov-13
11-Jan-13
19-Jan-13
25-Jan-13
21-Feb-13
15-Feb-13
25-Oct-13
29-Nov-13
20-Sep-13
22-Mar-13
3-Jul-13
27-Apr-13
12-Jul-13
19-Apr-13
Eng
Eng
Fr
Eng
Fr
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Fr
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
Eng
20
20
6
6
4
2
2
25
3
3 3 9
3
3
3
5
5
5
open to all OC5
1
1
2
2
2
2
5
1
2
2
2
3
Application Form MSFMSF-CH Training
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INTEGRATION
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MSF Integration Course
Place / Organizer:
Dates:
Geneva and Vienna / OCG
27 Jan-01 Feb (Gnl) + Med days 04-05 Feb (Vienna) or Log days 04-07 Feb
(Geneva) 2013
07-12 April (Gnl) + Med days 15-17 April or Log days 15-18 April (Geneva)
07-12 July (Gnl) + Med days 15-16 July or Log days 15-18 July (Geneva)
13-18 October (Gnl) + Med days 21-22 Oct (Vienna) or Log days 21-24 Oct
(Geneva)
Duration:
5 to 9 days
Group:
25 participants per session (including 3 places for other OCs)
Language:
English (and French if more than 5 non English speakers)
Required commitment with MSF CH: one year
Application:
[email protected], [email protected]
Target groups
Volunteers who have successfully been through the recruitment process with MSF and who
are likely to go on a first mission in the field.
General Objective
At the end of the session, the participants will be able to integrate their first MSF mission.
Specific Objectives
At the end of the Integration Course you should be able to:
Describe the MSF activity: what we do, why and how we do
Define and « step inside » the MSF philosophy, values, working methods
and thus the reality of work with MSF in the field
Have a first idea about teamwork in MSF.
Teaching methods
Lectures, case study, group discussions, debates.
Please note that all Log days take place in Geneva
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Field Integration Course – Cours d’Intégration
d’Intégration Terrain
Place:
on the field
Dates:
on demand
Duration:
2 half days
Group:
25 participants max per session
Language:
English / French / Spanish / Portuguese / Arabic
Target groups
All national staff working with MSF.
General Objective
At the end of the module participants
will understand that MSF is an international, humanitarian and medical
organisation.
will be familiar with the Charter, the Principles and Values of the Organisation.
will have basic understanding of the MSF HQ in Geneva and how it is
organised.
will comprehend how MSF works in the field, when MSF takes action and
how MSF get its funds.
Specific Objectives
At the end participants will be able to
explain the foundation and organisation of MSF internationally
explain the role of the three organs of the association (general assembly, board
and members)
describe why MSF is working according to the Charta why sometimes not
explain the principles of MSF
describe the major points of the La Mancha Agreement
describe the organisational structure of MSF in Geneva
understand how the operational cells function and the role of the different
departments towards the operational cells
explain the organisation of the coordination team in the capital and the field
team at project level
enumerate some characteristics of the principle of voluntarism
explain the complementarities of national and international staff
comprehend the consequences of an ethnocentric behaviour
describe the MSF activities in the country and the different contexts in which
MSF works
describe the different activities of medical interventions and non medical
interventions
explain that the funding of MSF supports the principal of being
independent
Teaching methods
Lectures, case study, group discussions, audio visual aid, debates.
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TECHNICAL TRAINING:
TRAINING: MEDICAL
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Sexual & Reproductive Health (SRH) - ENG
Place/ Organizer:
Brussels (Belguim)/ OCB
Dates:
01-13 September 2013
Duration:
10 days
Group:
20 participants maximum, including 2 OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
The overall aim of this course is to facilitate implementation of MSF Sexual and Reproductive
Health (SRH) Policy in operation projects.
Target Groups
Midwives, nurses, MDs and obstetricians from MSF with one of the
following profiles:
Currently working in an S&RH program component of an MSF mission;
Involved in the planning and development of an SRH component in a
current mission;
Planning to work in a mission with SRH activities within the next 3
months;
Preferably having done more than 1 mission with MSF; experienced staff
will have priority over first-missions.
Open to international and national staff
Objectives & Content
General Objectives
⇒ MSF health staff involved in SRH activities will be better equipped to implement the
main components of the MSF SRH Policy in their projects.
Specific Objectives
Participants will understand the importance of SRH and its impact on
global health (physical, psychological and social).
Participants will have gained the knowledge and the confidence necessary
to implement a (minimum) package of SRH activities, like various components
of ante- and postnatal care, basic and comprehensive obstetric care and family
planning, SGBV care.
Participants will be familiar with several SRH ‘sub-policies’ and care
protocols (e.g. regarding abortion care/ToP, care for victims of SGBV, STI
treatment, FGM, fistula).
Competences of participants in practical life saving skills (vacuum
extraction, MVA, management of PPH, sepsis, eclampsia management, breech
delivery, insertion of IUD, neonatal resuscitation) will have increased.
Participants will have a better knowledge of issues regarding set-up,
management, data collection and monitoring of RH program components.
Content
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MSF S&RH Policy
Strategies to reduce maternal and perinatal mortality
Implementation of quality antenatal care services
Basic and comprehensive emergency obstetric care
Managing childbirth complications
Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV
Implementation of quality postnatal care services
Laboratory services in S&RH
Programming for obstetric and traumatic fistula care
Safe abortion care and post-abortion care
Female Genital Cutting
Neonatal care and neonatal resuscitation
Family planning
Reproductive tract infection, including HIV/AIDS
Teaching aids
Care of rape survivors
Teaching methods
Plenary lectures, round table and discussions, role playing, technical workshops, problembased learning and case studies, picture analysis; and other methods.
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Advanced Life Support Obstetrics (ALSO)
Place/ Organizer:
Date:
Copenhagen (Denmark) / OCB
06-10 May / 07-11 October 2013
Duration:
1 week
Group:
20 participants per session, including 3 OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
Midwives and medical doctors (priority to gynaecologists) with at least
one mission prior to course.
Open to international and national staff
Objectives & Content
General Objective
To improve the maternal and neonatal outcome of obstetric emergencies faced in the
field.
Specific Objective
To help the participants maintain the knowledge and skills they need to
effectively manage
obstetrical emergencies. The training aims to bring the participants to a
high performance level in situations that, in most settings, are only rarely
occurring, acutely presenting and that, consequently, not many birth
attendants have routine in handling. Training in these situations increases
the level of security and quality of the response to the life threatening
complications occurring in pregnancy and childbirth. The course also
serves as a multidisciplinary aid for training in obstetrics.
Furthermore we hope that the training will:
Ensure coherence and quality in obstetrical training at all levels by
equipping medical staff working in obstetrics with a pedagogical
framework for training national staff and colleagues in improved response
to obstetric emergencies.
Build capacities in and outside MSF projects by allowing our medical staff
working in obstetrics to acquire qualifications that are recognized outside
MSF and thus help validate the knowledge, skills and courage they usually
obtain in MSF missions in regards to obstetric emergencies.
Build a “pool” of MSF-ALSO-Instructors within MSF by certifying a small
group of “MSF-ALSO-instructors” who, in turn, will provide further
certification to MSF staff with external supervision of the ALSO
organisation.
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Content
The ALSO training and certification provides instructions and training on PPH, Breech
delivery, undelivered shoulders, neonatal resuscitation, eclamtic fit and vacuum
extraction deliveries. A small group of participants (already ALSO certified) will be
certified as instructors prior to the general certification with one day’s preparation
beforehand.
Teaching Methods
Individually reading 400 pages of obstetric pathology documentation
beforehand. For expats in the field we recommend arriving three days
before the certification for reading as field life usually does not allow for
this kind of preparation.
Lectures and workshops using mnemonics (memo-technical tools) and
hands-on exercises on mannequins.
Exam by multiple choice tests and practical demonstration
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Response to Epidemics
Place/ Organizer:
Paris (France) /Epicentre
Date:
11-15 March (in English) / 02-06 December 2013 (in French)
Duration:
5 days
Group:
24 participants per session, including 3 OCG
Language:
English (in March) and French (in December)
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
Medical or paramedical personnel with basic knowledge in epidemiology
and at least one experience within an epidemic context
Priority to capital coordinators, emergency coordinators and national
deputy coordinators
Second line of recruitment: Field coordinators with at least two missions
in this position
Open to international and national staff
General objective
Improve the quality of field interventions for outbreak control by informing participants
about recent data and future perspectives and giving them operational tools to be alert and
reactive towards potentially epidemic diseases.
Objectives
Pathologies involved are: meningitis, diarrhoeal diseases, hemorrhagic fevers, influenza,
malaria and measles
By the end of the course, the trainees will be able to:
Carry out an outbreak investigation
•
Describe and implement the different steps of an outbreak investigation
•
Write an epidemiological investigation synthesis
Detect an outbreak
•
Describe an epidemic
•
Analyse collected data and interpret them
•
Use the adequate laboratory tools
Define necessary strategies and organise effective management of
epidemics
•
Define and discuss vaccination strategies regarding meningitis and measles
epidemics
•
Describe and discuss medical care measures (meningitis, malaria, cholera…)
•
Discuss about preventive measures to implement in case of haemorrhagic fevers
•
Discuss strategies regarding influenza epidemics (detection and response)
•
Carry out a vaccination efficiency evaluationTeaching techniques
Teaching methods
Lectures, group-dynamics techniques, development of teaching materials, simulations, case
studies, workshops.
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Encadrement Nutrition et Vaccination (Nut Vacci 2) - FR
Place/ Organizer:
Date:
Bréville (France) / OCP
06-19 Octobre 2013
Duration:
2 weeks
Group:
24 participants per session, including 1 OCG
Language:
French
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Public cible
Personnel Medical ou paramedical
Ouvert au personnel national et international
A l'issue de cette formation, les participants seront capables de :
Nutrition : Discuter, Mettre en place et coordonner des programmes alimentaires et
nutritionnels :
Identifier un problème nutritionnel et/ou alimentaire dans une population :
- Décrire les différents contextes de survenue d’un problème nutritionnel et/ou alimentaire
et en expliquer les mécanismes,
- Réaliser ou participer à l’évaluation initiale d’une situation :
Justifier la nécessité et définir les objectifs de l’évaluation initiale
Identifier
les
indicateurs de l’évaluation (généraux
et
spécifiques
nutritionnels et alimentaires)
Définir les méthodes et choisir les moyens nécessaires à l’évaluation
(mise en place, organisation)
Recueillir, analyser et interpréter les données
Rédiger les recommandations nutritionnelles
Réaliser une évaluation nutritionnelle rapide en urgence
Expliquer les notions de représentativité et de précision
Décrire les méthodes d’échantillonnage possibles ainsi que leurs
avantages, inconvénients (biais possibles)
Utiliser une méthodologie fiable et valide (choix des sites / villages,
échantillon) selon le contexte
Compiler, analyser et interpréter les données recueillies
Présenter les résultats et proposer des actions
Recruter, former sur les mesures et superviser
Evaluer le statut nutritionnel d’un individu (enfant) :
- Citer les différentes causes de la malnutrition (maladies, carences),
- Expliquer les conséquences de la malnutrition (mécanismes physio-pathologiques),
- Réaliser un diagnostic clinique de la malnutrition aiguë et des maladies carentielles (signes
et symptômes),
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- Argumenter le choix des mesures et indices anthropométriques (P-T, PB, IMC) à utiliser
selon l’individu et la situation
Proposer et mettre en place des programmes adaptés :
- Assurer la prise en charge globale d’une personne mal-nourrie (malnutrition aiguë et
maladies carentielles) :
Justifier le choix des traitements et mesures systématiques à mettre en
place (par rapport à tous les aspects : médicaux, diététiques, généraux)
Discuter la spécificité de la prise en charge des pathologies associées et
des maladies carentielles
- Proposer et justifier le choix d’une stratégie nutritionnelle dans un contexte donné :
Définir les stratégies nutritionnelles possibles
Discuter des avantages et inconvénients de chaque stratégie en fonction
de chaque contexte
- Mettre en place des programmes nutritionnels dans un contexte donné :
Dimensionner les moyens à mettre en place pour la prise en charge des
mal-nourris (aliments, stockage, transports, RH, structures, etc.)
Proposer un chronogramme
- Mettre en place et utiliser un système de supervision des programmes nutritionnels :
Définir les objectifs, les indicateurs et outils de la surveillance
Recueillir, analyser et interpréter les données
Réajuster les activités selon les résultats
vaccination : Planifier, mettre en place et évaluer des activités de vaccination
Expliquer les principes de base de la vaccination :
Citer et décrire les vaccins utilisés en situations d'urgence et en
programmes réguliers (efficacité, âge, dose, conservation).
Expliquer les différentes stratégies de vaccination
Expliquer la politique de vaccination de MSF
Organiser et planifier la mise en place d’une chaîne de froid en coordination
avec la logisitique :
Décrire le fonctionnement de la chaîne de froid
Décrire les spécificités du matériel.
Evaluer les besoins et participer à la mise en place de la chaîne de froid
Surveiller la validité de la chaîne de froid
vaccination
ion (activités régulières,
Mettre en place et superviser les activités de vaccinat
campagne de vaccination)
Evaluer
les
activités
de
vaccination
régulières
(objectifs,
mécanismes, acteurs / rôles et responsabilités) à l’échelon national
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Analyser la situation vaccinale dans le projet
Définir, argumenter les actions à mettre en place
Estimer les besoins en ressources humaines, matériel & vaccins
Interpréter l’évolution des maladies cibles
outils,
Discuter la sécurité des injections : AES ; respect de règles d’injection;
collecte & élimination des déchets
Participer
Participer à l’investigation et à la prise en charge d’une épidémie de
méningite :
Identifier une alerte épidémique
Investiguer une épidémie
Recueillir et analyser les données pour suivre l’évolution d’une épidémie
Discuter les stratégies de prise en charge curative
Identifier la population cible pour la vaccination
Planifier une campagne de vaccination en zone urbaine
Mettre en place un suivi des programmes de vaccination. Analyser et
réajuster les programmes :
Définir les objectifs & identifier les indicateurs de la surveillance
Organiser le système de collecte de l’information
Recueillir, analyser et interpréter les données
Réaliser les réajustements si nécessaires
Utiliser les données du système de surveillance pour définir les actions
prioritaires
Epidémiologie
Epidémiologie :
Définir, calculer et utiliser des indicateurs épidémiologiques
Décrire l’intérêt et l’utilité d’un indicateur
Calculer les indicateurs épidémiologiques
Analyser et interpréter des résultats
Formation :
Mettre en place des activités de formation
Discuter les conditions préalables à la mise en place de formation
Lister les stratégies de formation adaptées au contexte et au public
Identifier les principes d’apprentissage des adultes
Transformer une situation professionnelle et situation d’apprentissage
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Laboratory Workshop
Place/ Organizer:
Vienna – Austria/MSF Austria
Date:
23 September - 01 October 2013
Duration:
6 days
Group:
15 persons per session from all OCs
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Language:
English
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
Laboratory technicians before or on their first mission
2nd mission lab technicians who want to exchange experiences and
reinforce their skills in laboratory management in developing countries setting
National
Staff
Lab
Supervisors
and
Lab
Technicians
assuming
responsibilities.
Open to inernational and national staff
Overall objective
•
The workshop aims to promote skills in laboratory management and the most
common technical issues of a laboratory in a humanitarian aid project context.
Specific objectives
By the end of the course the participants will be familiar with
the specificity of MSF laboratory set ups
Laboratory management
the most common technical issues
quality assurance
Course contents
1. Laboratory management
- Management general
- Role and tasks of a Lab supervisor
- Quality assurance (standard operational procedures, checklists, quality control)
- Stock management and ordering
- HR management (job descriptions, supervision, training, evaluation)
- Safety & hygiene
- Data collection
- Lab design and facilities
2. HIV/AIDS
- HIV & AIDS general introduction
- HIV testing and testing algorithms (rapid tests, introduction to CD4 counting
methods
and viral load)
- Opportunistic infections & biochemistry (liver/kidney function)
3.
Malaria
- Basics on disease and transmission
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- Lab diagnosis of malaria (malaria smear, rapid tests),
with a focus on how to avoid common errors
4. Tuberculosis
- Pathophysiology
- Lab diagnosis of TB (smear microscopy, culture techniques, GeneXpert, Hain test)
5. Blood transfusion
- MSF policy and challenges of management a blood transfusion activities in MSF
- Blood donation process (blood grouping, donor selection/screening,
cross matching, quality control)
6. Outbreak preparedness
7. Practical exercises
- Exercises on management issues
(job descriptions, ordering, standard operational procedures, checklists, etc.)
- Exercises with microscopes
8. Experience exchange
Teaching Methods
The course will build on examples & experiences from the field.
Teaching methods: Lectures, case studies, demonstrations, laboratory practical work,
videos, group work, discussions
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Health Promotion – Level 1
Place/ Organizer:
Brussels (Belgium) / OCB
Date:
06-15 May 2013
Duration:
9 days
Group:
20 participants max per session, including 2 OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
Actual and future Health Promoters with less than one year of experience
in health promotion in the field (including national staff).
Paramedics working in training and health promotion/education activities
(including national staff).
Objectives
Objectives & Content
General Objectives
At the end of the course participants will be familiar with the importance
of Health Promotion within MSF.
They will be able to implement the basic Health Promotion principles.
Specific Objectives
What is Health Promotion for MSF?
Why is Health Promotion important within MSF programs?
Different methodologies to collect information.
How to elaborate health messages and identify communication tools.
Define health promotion activities and elaborate indicators of follow up.
Elaboration and use of monitoring tools.
Teaching Methods
Lectures, case studies, group discussions, audiovisual support
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International MSF Surgical Workshop
Place/ Organizer:
Düsseldorf (Germany) /MSF Germany
Date:
18-21 September 2013
Duration:
3 days
Group:
24 participants per session, including 3 OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected]
[email protected],
a.msf.org [email protected]
Target group
Junior and senior MSF Surgeons
Open to national and international staff
Entrance criteria
Surgeons with limited experience in external fixation, lower limp flaps / reconstructive
surgery, hand-surgery and craniotomy
The overall objective
To deepen the knowledge and practical expertise in external fixation / bone trauma
management / craniotomy and reconstructive surgery in trauma related
Course content
This course is a hands-on workshop in trauma surgery with practical training sessions on
dead bodies.
Theoretical part
External fixation - history, advantages, indications, pitfalls, practical
aspects in the field
Hand surgery - treatment of tendon and nerve lesions of the hand
Neurosurgery - craniotomy, when, why and where to do?
Reconstructive surgery - general aspects in precarious situations, skin
grafts, flaps lower limp, essentials of burn treatment
Vascular surgery – surgical approach of vascular lesions (indications and
procedures)
Amputation - where and why
MSF and surgery
Practical part
External fixation
external fixation lower + upper limp
amputations
Hand surgery
flexor and extensor tendon sutures
nerve sutures
Reconstructive surgery
skin grafts
Flaps lower + upper extremities
Procedures in burn trauma
Neurosurgery
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Craniotomy
Vascular Surgery
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Repair of traumatic vascular lesions
Thorax drainage
MSF South Africa HIV&TB Clinical Training I: Basic
Place/ Organizer:
Cape town, South Africa / OCB & SAMU
Date:
28 Jan-08 Feb, 29 July – 08 Sept 2013
Duration:
2 weeks
Group:
4 participants per course , 1 place for OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
MSF clinical staff with little or no HIV knowledge/experience who will be
actively involved in HIV clinical care. This can include doctors, clinical
officers, physician assistants, clinical nurse practitioners etc.
Expatriate and national staff
Adequate English fluency essential
General objective
Upon completion, the participant will be able to diagnose and comprehensively manage
Primary Care HIV and TB patients using current evidence-based medicine within a resource
limited MSF context.
Learning objective
General
To understand:
the HIV life-cycle and epidemiology
the various HIV tests and how this applies to clinical practice
the importance of clinical staging
counseling
M&E
PMTCT
PEP
OIs (including TB)
To be able to diagnose and manage:
TB & HIV co-infection
Smear negative TB
Complications of combined HIV & TB treatment
Kaposis sarcoma
Antiretroviral therapy (ART)
To be able to:
Recognize and manage serious ART toxicities (especially d4T and
Nevirapine related)
Recognize and manage IRIS
Recognize treatment success and failure
Understand ARV resistance
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Systems disease
To be able to manage common HIV clinical presentations in:
Neurology (Space occupying lesions, meningitis, leg weakness)
Respiratory (PCP, TB)
Hepatology (Hepatits B, drug induced Hepatitis)
Gastroenterology (chronic diarrhea)
Dermatology
Paediatrics
To be able to:
Diagnose HIV in a child
diagnose and treat TB in an HIV+ child
appropriately assess when to initiate ART in a child
Radiology
To be able to recognize chest X-ray features of TB, PCP, LIP and pneumonia in HIV positive
adults and children.
Course organization
organization, background and teaching methods
Each course runs over two weeks in Cape Town, South Africa. The first week is dedicated to
theoretical (lecture-based) teaching. The second week largely comprises a primary clinic
with clinic training provided by close mentorship from experienced clinicians. Some more
advanced theoretical inputs at the end of each day.
The practical training happens at MSF’s integrated HIV/TB clinic in Khayelitsha township
(Ubuntu clinic). Khayelitsha is one of MSF’s oldest ARV programs, having started in 1999,
and has over 10,000 patients on ARVs, and a strong clinical team.
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MSF South Africa HIV&TB Clinical Training II: Advanced
Place / Organizer:
Cape town, South Africa / OCB & SAMU
Date:
08-26 March/26 August-13 Sept/ 28 October - 15 November 2013
Duration:
2 weeks in total (1 practical – 1 theoretical)
Group:
4 participants per course during the practical week, 8 during the theoretical
week (overlap of the 2 practical groups), 1 place for OCG
Language :
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
MSF clinicians with HIV experience (preferably > 6 months), including
doctors, clinical officers, physician assistants etc
Presently or planning to be actively involved in HIV clinical care
Expatriate and national staff
Adequate English fluency essential
General objective
Upon completion, the participant will be able to diagnose and comprehensively manage
Primary Care HIV and TB patients using current evidence-based medicine within a resource
limited MSF context.
Learning objective
To be able to diagnose and comprehensively manage complex HIV and TB patients using
current evidence-based medicine within a resource limited MSF context.
Teaching objectives
Opportunistic infections (including TB)
To be able to diagnose and manage:
Smear negative TB
Drug resistant TB
Complications of combined HIV & TB treatment
Non tuberculous mycobacteria (MAC etc)
Advanced Kaposis sarcoma
Cryptococcal meningitis and it’s complications
Antiretroviral therapy (ART)
To be able to:
Recognize and manage serious ART toxicities (especially d4T and
Nevirapine related)
Recognize and manage Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome
(IRIS)
Tailor a salvage regimen based on principles of drug resistance
Manage complex adherence issues
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Systems HIV disease
To be able to manage common HIV clinical presentations in:
Neurology (Space occupying lesions, meningitis, leg weakness)
Respiratory (PCP, Bacterial pneumonia)
Hepatology (Hepatits B, drug induced Hepatitis)
Gastroenterology (chronic diarrhea)
Nephrology (HIVAN)
Haematology (Anaemia, lymphoma)
Dermatology
Opthalmology (CMV retinitis)
Paediatrics
To be able to:
diagnose and treat TB in an HIV+ child
manage acute pneumonia in HIV+ child
appropriately assess when to initiate ART in a child
manage adherence challenges in paeds ART
Radiology
To be able to recognize chest X-ray features of TB, PCP, LIP, KS and pneumonia in HIV
positive adults and children.
Course organization, background and teaching methods
Each course runs over two weeks in Cape Town, South Africa. Two groups of 4 trainees each
will overlap for a central lecture week, with a practical week before for the first group, and
afterwards for the second group.
The practical training happens between an integrated HIV/TB clinic in Khayelitsha township
(Ubuntu clinic), a nearby secondary level referral hospital (GF Jooste), and the Red Cross
childrens Hospital. Khayelitsha is one of MSF’s oldest ARV programs, having started in 1999,
and has over 8000 patients on ARV’s, and a strong clinical team. GF Jooste is the referral
hospital for patients from the worst HIV and TB affected areas in Cape Town. They have
developed a strong Infectious disease unit who manage complex referral cases. Red Cross
hospital is a specialist paediatric hospital also with a strong infectious disease unit.
Limiting the practical weeks to four participants each allows for excellent hands-on learning
in the clinic and hospitals, and close mentorship by experienced clinicians. This includes
taking part in three consultant infectious disease ward rounds.
The lecture week happens in the GF Jooste auditorium, and will cover the core theory for the
course. Teaching is shared between local MSF doctors, and a number of local Infectious
disease consultants and Paediatricians. The teaching style will be clinical case orientated,
with as much group participation as possible. A highly experienced Radiologist gives some
practical chest X-ray interpretation teaching.
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HIV Programmatic Course
Place/ Organizer:
Cape town, South Africa / OCB & OCG & SAMU
Date:
28 October – 15 November 2013
Duration:
2 weeks
Group:
20 participants max , 5 place for OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
The ideal participant will currently be or will soon be, in charge of management,
coordination and supervision of HIV projects;
or
those in management positions (HOM, Medco, FieldCo) involved with HIV activities
integrated into MSF projects
Mandatory requirements:
English proficiency is essential
MSF International and National staff
Background
The successful coordination, integration and implementation of HIV programs requires a
high-level understanding of context (global and regional) as well as disease specifics.
Program leaders and managers are challenged in both aspects due to the rapidly changing
context, and the advent of new innovations.
This 10 day course will aim to set the global HIV scene in terms of politics, funding,
advocacy and new innovations; and combine it with practical strategic and management
tools which will aid in planning, developing and implementing these strategies.
Course Outline
An interactive 10 day course which will focus on lectures, case-discussions, site visits and
project presentations.
Modules included:
HIV and ARV (basic science, cost)
Project needs assessment
Integration of HIV into district health system
Scaling up decentralization
Strategies for access, retention and long term adherence
Community based models for organizing HIV prevention and treatment
Handing over of HIV components
Planning
Drugs supply
Laboratory (Routine and POC monitoring)
TB and DRTB
PMTCT programmatic
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Training and Mentoring
Monitoring and Evaluation (incl. supervision and Quality Control)
Advocacy, Donors, Actors, Activism
Course Developers
Roger Teck
Roger Teck is a Belgian medical doctor with a postgraduate diploma in tropical medicine
(from the Tropical Institute of Antwerp) and a Masters in Public Health (London School of
Hygiene & Tropical Medicine).
He has worked for more than 15 years in Africa and a few years in South America, mainly
with the medical humanitarian organization Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). As of the end of
the nineties and 2000 he has increasingly coordinated HIV/AIDS and TB programs in Peru,
Malawi, Cameroon and Swaziland.
After two years as Operational Director for the MSF Operational Centre of Barcelona-Athens,
now he works as Leader of the MSF Inter-section HIV/AIDS Working Group and as HIV
adviser for the MSF HIV/TB mission in Swaziland.
Eric Goemaere
Eric is the coordinator of the TB/HIV unit support within MSF South Africa, supporting MSF
programmes in most SADC countries. He was appointed honorary senior lecturer in the
School of Public Health and Family medicine. He received an Honoris Causa doctorate from
UCT for his work in HIV, initiating the pilot program in Khayelitsha. He is a medical doctor
and economist by training. His main interest is public health impact and health system
operational research in the area of HIV and tuberculosis.
Musaed Abrahams
Musaed is a medical doctor with 9 years experience in HIV treatment and care in
Khayelitsha. For the last 4 years, he is working as the HIV/TB training coordinator for MSF,
based in Cape Town. His main interest is in strengthening health systems through
improvements in training methodologies.
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Summer Course on Refugee Issues
Place/ Organizer:
York University, Toronto (Canada) / Centre for Refugee Studies
Date:
13-19 May 2013
Duration:
8 days
Group:
2 OCG
Course fees:
1190 Canadian dollars + accommodation
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Groups
All medical and paramedical staff working or going to work within the
next 6 months, in the area of forced migration.
The
Summer
Course
is
designed
for
academic
and
field-based
practitioners already working on/studying forced migration/refugee
issues
Open to international and national staff
Course Content
Forced displacement: International case studies
UNHCR, the Convention and the International Refugee Regime
UNRWA and Palestinian refugees
Refugee resettlement policy
Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB)
Internally displaced populations
Age and gender mainstreaming in forced migration
Sexuality and refugee issues
Environmentally induced displacement
The future of forced migration
Legal approaches to refugee studies
Transitional justice
Humanitarian crises
Externalization of asylum
Securitization of migration
Refugee education
Teaching methods
Lectures, panels and discussions, a simulation exercise
For more information visit the site: http://crs.yorku.ca/summer/course-description/
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Evaluation
Evaluation in Medical Humanitarian Programs
Place/ Organizer:
Athens
(Greece)/
SOMA
Unit
((Yorgos
THEOCHAROPOULOS,
Evaluations referent)
Date:
22-25 April 2013
Duration:
4 days
Group:
20 participants max, 5 per OC
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
The course is aimed at people who have no or little previous experience in participating in
an evaluation
Commitment:
Commitment To undertake besides other assignments, evaluation activities as well
General
General learning objectives
This course is designed as an introduction to evaluation in MSF and in general, it provides
concepts and methods suitable for conducting evaluations.
By the end of the course, participants will be familiar with:
•
Key concepts, tools and methods around humanitarian aid evaluations.
Participants will also acquire skills that are necessary and applied in different steps of an
evaluation; more precisely they are introduced to:
•
critically look and contribute to the evaluation ‘s Terms of Reference
•
formulate key evaluation questions
•
apply qualitative methods and analyze qualitative data
•
identify sources from where information could be collected and analyze quantitative
data
•
communicate findings effectively, i.e. : write concise reports, formulate precise
recommendations, develop a recommendations management plan
•
ethical issues which are arising when conducting evaluations
Course contents outline
•
-Introduction to evaluation in Humanitarian Aid
•
-Evaluation frameworks (objects, criteria, standards)
•
-Terms of reference
•
-Using Qualitative methods
•
-Using Quantitative data collection methods
•
-Guidance for writing reports, phrasing recommendations
Teaching Methods
Presentations, discussions/debates, case studies, group work.
Facilitators
Facilitators
Evaluation managers from the intersectional MSF Evaluation Group
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Advanced Course
Course in Epidemiological Analysis
Place/ Organizer:
London (UK) /London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Date:
02-13 September 2013
Duration:
10 days
Group:
60 participants per session, including 2 OCG
Course fees:
2100 GBP + Accommodation
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected]
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
The course is intended for people who have a working knowledge of basic
epidemiology and statistics
For people working or planning to work on epidemiological research
projects
Open to international and national staff
General objective
The emphasis will be on developing an understanding of the underlying assumptions and
principles, on the practical application of the techniques and on the correct interpretation of
the results, rather than on the mathematical derivation of the methods.
On completion of the course, the student should:
-
Will gain practical experience of data analysis using the computer package Stata
Course Content:
Measures of disease frequency and exposure effects
Confounding and interaction
Classical methods of Analysis for case-control studies
Unconditional logistic regression
Poisson regression for cohort studies
Survival analysis and promotional hazards regression
Practical issues in study design and analysis
Conditional logistic regression for case-control studies
Meta-analysis
Clustering of data in epidemiological studies
Strategies of analysis
Teaching Methods:
Teaching includes lectures, discussion, practical sessions. Practical exercises involving
participants in the use of computer software to analyse illustrative data-sets from a variety
of epidemiological studies.
For more information visit the site: http://www.lshtm.ac.uk/prospectus/short/sacea.html
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Evaluation & Education Thérapeutique des Patients
(ETP) dans le domaine du VIH
Place/ Organisateur:
Date:
Formation par internet: e.learning / Format Santé/ Sidaction
Inscriptions avant les 1er avril, 1er Juillet et 1er décembre en fonction du
module choisi.
Durée:
2 et/ou 4 mois en fonction du module choisi à raison de 4 heures par
Groupe:
Inscription individuelle
Coûts :
500 €
Langue:
Français
Pré-requis:
Rester en fonction sur le poste de PSEC superviseur jusqu’à la fin de la
semaine de travail personnel.
formation.
Application: [email protected]
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Public cible
Acteurs
de
la
santé
impliqués
dans
des
activités
d’éducation
thérapeutique du patient vivant avec le VIH (médecins, infirmiers,
psychologues, travailleurs sociaux, accompagnants psychosociaux, etc)
Ou être en fonction à MSF OCG, sur un poste de superviseur ou de
coordinateur PSEC (Patient Support Education & Counseling)
Conditions d’accès
Maîtriser les principes de base de l’ETP et les connaissances sur l’infection
par le VIH et les traitements.
Disposer d’un ordinateur, d’une imprimante et d’un accès régulier à
internet.
Disponibilité nécessaire : 4 heures par semaine de travail personnel
(connexion comprise)
Chaque module de formation
formation propose :
Des synthèses théoriques, des articles à consulter
Des outils d’éducation thérapeutique
Des activités à réaliser individuellement et en groupe.
Des activités d’auto-évaluation
Des forums de discussion
Des questionnaires permettant à chacun des tester ses acquis
L’accompagnement d’un tuteur/expert en ETP
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Description
Vous souhaitez évaluer:
Le programme ETP ? Les compétences du patient ? Une formation en ETP ?
Chaque module permet de développer deux compétences en évaluation dans le domaine de
l’éducation thérapeutique du patient.
Modules
Compétences
Durée mise
Inscription
avant le
en ligne
Evaluer
un
programme
Compétence
1:
Evaluer
les
compétences
des
éducateurs
2 mois :
Mai & Juin
Compétence 2 : Evaluer les activités d’ETP
Evaluer
des
compétences
2010
Compétence 1 : Evaluer les compétences du patient au
cours d’un diagnostic d’éducation
4 mois :
2010
patient suite à l’ETP
une
formation
1er Juillet
Sept à Déc.
Compétence 2 : Evaluer les compétences acquises par le
Evaluer
1er Avril
Compétence 1 : Evaluer les besoins de formation en ETP
2 mois :
Compétence 2 : Evaluer une formation en ETP
Jan + Fév
1er Décembre
2011
Validation de la formation:
Une attestation de formation est délivrée précisant :
les compétences développées
Le
nombre
d’heures
de
formation
et
leur
équivalent
en
unités
d’enseignement et crédits de formation
Les résultats obtenus aux tests de connaissances et une note relative à la
participation de chacun
Ce document pourrait être utilisé par ceux désirant poursuivre des études
dans le domaine de l’éducation thérapeutique. Il constitue un support de
négociation pour une validation d’acquis d’expérience dans le cadre d’un
diplôme Universitaire (DU) ou de Master.
Perspectives :
Le réseau d’acteurs de santé constitué au cours des formations sera maintenu par
l’intermédiaire d’un espace forum permettant de poursuivre des échanges d’expériences et
de diffuser des informations en lien avec l’ETP dans le domaine du VIH.
Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site: http://www.formatsante.org/elearning/
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E-Learning Nutrition - ENG
Place/ Organizer:
Distance Learning / OCB - International Course open to all sections
Date:
TBC in 2013 (3 sessions planned)
Duration:
30 hours spread in 15 days (about 2 hours per day)
Group:
unlimited
Language:
English
Commitment required: 6 months
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
Target group
1st mission in nutrition
Medical or paramedical staff who will be in charge of managing nutritional
program on the field.
Open to national and international staff
Very good internet connection is required
General Objective
To prepare the MSF medical and paramedical staff to handle a nutritional
programme.
Specific objectives
After this training, the participants will be able to:
Prerequisite
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Define the different types of malnutrition
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Identify the common mistakes done while taking the measures
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Calculate the anthropometric indices from the measures taken
Module 1 : Clinical Cases
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Detect malnutrition in children
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Analyse the measures in order to take a decision of admission or referral
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Calculate the anthropometric indices from the measures taken
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Prescribe adapted nutritional treatment to a malnourished child
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Prescribe adapted systematic treatment to prevent complications
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Treat most common medical complications
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Discharge children according to their health and nutritional status
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Use the MSF nutritional guidelines & tools
Module 2 : Management
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Organise adapted physical set-up for ITFC & ATFC as well as flow of activities
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Ensure proper drug and food management
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Put in place a proper supervision of activities
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Module 3: Monitoring
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Make statistics based on a patient’s register
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Analyse statistical files
Teaching methods
This course is the first technical e-learning course of MSF including case studies, movies,
pictures …
The course is situation-based. It transports the learner in an ambulatory or inpatient
nutritional centre that he/she has to manage. This includes diagnose, treat and follow
children, but also the whole reporting and monitoring aspects of such a mission : statistics
follow-up, logistics and day-to-day management of the centre.
Nutritional Experts will be the tutors to guide you in this course, to interact with you and
follow your progression.
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E-Learning Nutrition - FR
Lieu/ Organisateurs:
Enseignement à distance / OCB – Cours international ouvert à toutes
les sections
Date:
dates à confirmer en 2013 (2 sessions prévue)
Durée:
30 heures réparties sur 15 jours (environs 2 heures par jour)
Groupe:
illimité
Langue:
Français
Engagement moral: 6 mois
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Public cible
1ère mission en nutrition
Personnel Medical ou paramedical qui sera en charge de gérer un
programme de Nutrition sur le terrain.
Objectifs & Contenu
Objectif Général
Préparer le staf Médical et Paramedical de MSF à la gestion d’un
programme nutritionnel.
Objectifs Spécifiques
Après cette formation, les participants seront en mesure de:
⋅ Module Prérequis
Prérequis
Définir les différents types de malnutrition
Identifier les erreurs courantes pendant la prise de mesures
Calculer les indices anthropométriques à partir des mesures prises
Module 1: Cas Cliniques
•
•
•
Détecter la malnutrition chez les
place des CNTH & CNTA et du flot
Analyser des mesures afin de
d’activités
•
Calculer les indices
mesures prises
malnourri
adéquate des activités
Prescrire un traitement
Module 3: Monitoring
•
prévenir les complications
Traiter les complications
médicales les plus courantes
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Faire des statistiques basées sur
le dossier des patients et les
systématique adapté afin de
•
Mettre en place une supervision
Prescrire le traitement
nutritionnel adadpté à un enfant
•
Assurer une bonne gestion des
médicaments et de la nourriture
•
anthropométriques à partir des
•
Organiser et adapter la mise en
enfants
décider d’une admission ou non
•
Module 2: Management
registres
•
Analyser les données statistiques
et les indicateurs
•
Faire sortir les enfants du
programme en fonction de leur
santé et de leur statut
nutritionnel
•
Utiliser les lignes directrices et
outils nutritionnels de MSF
Techniques Pédagogiques
Ce cours est un des premiers cours technique MSF dispensé en e-learning. Il contient
des études de cas, des films, des photos, etc. Il est basé sur des situations précises
et transporte le participant dans un centre de soins ambulatoires ou dans un centre
de nutrition qu’il/elle doit diriger. Ceci inclut le diagnostique, le traitement et le
suivi des enfants mais aussi la rédaction de rapports et le monitoring des différents
aspects d’une telle mission: suivi des statistiques, gestion logistique et journalière
du centre. Des experts nutritionnels seront vos tuteurs et vous guideront à travers le
cours avec des échanges interactifs et un suivi régulier de vos progrès.
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Measles Initial Assessment (MIA) - ENG
Place/ Organizer:
Distance Learning / OCBA - International Course open to all sections
Date:
04 March – 12 April / 30 Sept – 8 November 2013
Duration:
50 hours (6 weeks)
Group:
20 participants max, 4 for OCG
Language:
English
Commitment required: 6 months
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
Target group
Medical or paramedical staff
Open to national and international staff
Very good internet connection is required
General Objective
Participants will be able to detect and assess a measles outbreak.
Specific objectives
General description
This course aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills to make an initial
assessment and first response (case management) of a measles outbreak. Although a MSF
guideline for the management of measles epidemics exists (currently rewriting) and many
reference documents are present in the field (WHO guidelines “Response to measles
outbreak”) the inexperience national and international staff has difficulties in identifying and
prioritizing what is necessary to do at the very beginning of an assessment or intervention.
This course will serve (but never replace the guidelines) to highlight the key actions and
considerations that need to be pursued in the early stage of an epidemic.
Content
The Importance of an outbreak investigation
Defining the existence of an outbreak
Verifying diagnosis (laboratory and clinical confirmation)
Case definition
Collecting and Organising the data
Data Analysis
Confirming the existence of an epidemic
Analysis of the main aspects of the response
Analysis of the local context
First steps of the intervention: Case management
Producing an initial assessment report
Teaching methods
The student will have to work individually and cooperatively to solve problems, produce
documents, etc. There will be forums, chats and actual documents: video, audio, photos,
etc. There will be tutors to guide and evaluate students’ performance
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TECHNICAL TRAINING: LOGISTICS
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Logistics Organisational Training (LO
(LOT)
Place/ Organizer:
Date:
Kampala (Uganda) / OCG, OCBA
10-23 March 2013, organised by OCG / 08-18 October 2013, organised by
OCBA
Duration:
11 days
Group:
32 participants per session, including 19 OCG (March), and 7 OCG (October)
Language:
English and French March session/English October session
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
This training is part of a logistician’s progression at MSF after the PPDL.
Target groups
Logisticians with at least 6 months of field experience.
Assistant/Deputy COTL
Assistant/Deputy log with at least one year of professional experience.
Open to international and national staff
Pre requisites
Basic scholar level is required to enable participant to understand basic
theoretical principal used during the modules (formulas as calculation of
percentage, fractions, basic energy formulas…)
English or French speaking level need to be appropriated to fully
understand theoretical courses.
General objective
The objective of this course aims to support trainees to be able to respond to varied,
complex situations through analysis and problem solving.
At the end of the training, the logs will apply the right methodology to address logistic
problems encounter in mission in respect of the logistic procedures and technical standards
use by MSF.
Teaching methods
Demonstration of material, practical work, discussions
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Logistics Organizational Training (LOT) - Shorter Version
Place / Organizer:
Kampala (Uganda) / MSF OCG
Date:
03-13 November 2013
Duration:
10 days
Group:
15 participants per session
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF OCG staff: one year
Application:
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target groups
This short version of the LOT is offered only to targeted national staff in East
African region
Logisticians with at least 6 months of field experience
Assistant logs
Assistant/Deputy log with at least one year of professional experience
Not open to international staff
Pre requisites
Basic scholar level is required to enable participant to understand basic theoretical
principals used during the modules ( basic mathematical formulas, calculation of
percentages, basic energy calculations etc)
English speaking level need to be appropriated to fully understand theoretical
courses
General objective
The main objective of this course aims to support trainees to be able to respond to varied,
complex situations through analysis and problem solving.
At the end of the training, the logisticians will apply the right methodology to address
logistic problems encountered in mission in respect of the logistic procedures and technical
standards used by MSF
Teaching methods
Demonstration of material, case study, practical work and group discussions.
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Basic Logistics Course (BLOC) – ENG
Place / Organizer:
Bruxelles (Belgium) / OCB
Date:
01-11 October (English) 2013
Duration:
2 weeks
Group:
20 participants max – 2 from OCG in October
Langue:
English/ French
Required commitment: one year
Application:
[email protected]
[email protected],
rg [email protected]
Target Group
National staff with logistics profile in their 1st year in a senior position
(Dep. Field Log / Dep LogCo).
Expats with logistics, WHS, supply or technical profile in the 1st year of their
career with MSF.
PrePre-requisites
PPDL (or an equivalent training in the field).
6 – 12 months of field experience in a senior position.
Level B2 of English
General Objective
The BLoC is a level 2 general training. It is designed to complete the ‘Socle’ or ‘Base’ of a
Logisticians’ education within MSF. Upon completion, logisticians should be autonomous. They
should be able to manage logistical activities in a small to medium sized project. They should be
able to provide basic support during emergencies.
Specific Objectives
Logistics will be split up into different competencies which will be treated one-by-one
bearing in mind the general objective as stated above:
Technical Competencies Linked to Support Logistics
Supply
Equipment management
Vehicle fleet management (including mechanics)
Air operations
Information Technology & Telecommunications
Office management and team life
Energy and Cold Chain
Technical Competencies Linked to Program Logistics
Hospital logistics (Biomedical equipment, Construction/Rehabilitation
etc.))
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Water, Hygiene and Sanitation
Food logistics (large scale distribution for nutrition programs)
Support to displaced populations (Non-food item distribution, Shelter etc)
Responding to epidemics and other infectious diseases (Vaccination,
Cholera,
Hemorrhagic Fever, HIV/TB)
Technical Competencies Linked to Safety and Security
Individual protection
Protection of buildings
Handling dangerous products
Protection of transport
Security of information and data
Security of the environment
Teaching Methods
Presentations, practical exercises, demonstrations, case studies.
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Basic Logistics Course (BLOC) - FR
Place / Organisateurs: Bruxelles (Belgium) / OCB
Date:
02-13 décembre 2013
Durée:
2 Semaines
Groupe:
20 participants max – 1place pour OCG en Décembre
Langue:
Français / Anglais
Engagement requis pour le staff MSF: un an
Application:
[email protected]
[email protected],
eva.msf.org [email protected]
Public cible
Staff national avec un profil logistique dans leur 1ere année et occupant
une position ‘senior’ (Dep. Field Log / Dep. CoTL).
Expatriés avec profil logistique, WHS, approvisionnement ou technique
dans la 1ere année de leur carrière avec MSF.
PréPré-requis
PPDL (ou l’équivalent sur le terrain)
6 – 12 mois d’expérience terrain dans un poste senior.
Niveau B2 de français
Objectifs & contenu
Objectif général
général
Le BLoC est une formation générale de niveau 2. Elle est conçue pour compléter le ‘socle’ de
la formation d’un log chez MSF. Apres avoir complété le socle, le logisticien devrait être
autonome. Le logisticien doit être capable de gérer l’ensemble des activités au niveau d’un
projet de petite a moyenne taille. Il devrait également être capable de donner un support de
base a des programmes d’urgence.
Objectifs spécifiques
La logistique sera divisée en différentes compétences de base reprises ci-dessous une par
une, tout en gardant a l’esprit l’objectif général décrit ci-dessus :
Compétences techniques liées à la logistique de support
Approvisionnement
Gestion des équipements
Gestion de parc véhicules (Mécanique, Gestion de parc véhicules)
Operations aériennes
Informatique & télécommunication (IT, Télécommunication)
Gestion des bureaux et du bien-être
Électricité et Chaine du Froid
Compétences techniques liées à la logistique de programme
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Logistique hospitalière (Biomédicale, Construction/réhabilitation)
Eau, Hygiène et Assainissement
Logistique alimentaire (Distribution)
Appui aux populations déplacées / sans abris (Abris)
Réponse aux épidémies et autres maladies infectieuses (Vaccination,
Cholera, Fièvre Hémorragique, VIH/TB)
Compétences techniques liées
liées à la sécurité
Protection individuelle
Protection des bâtiments
Gestion de produits dangereux
Protection des déplacements
Sécurité de l’information et des données
Environnement et sécurité
Méthodes pédagogiques
Présentations, exercices pratiques, démonstrations, cas d’études.
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Biomed Technical Course (BTC)
Place / Organizer:
Brussels (Belgium) / MSF OCG-OCB
Date:
13-17 May (English) /21-25 October (French)
Duration:
5 days
Group:
8 participants per session, 3 for OCG
Language:
English in May, French session in October
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target groups
MSF national staff technicians who have the responsibility for the biomedical
equipment management and maintenance in their job description.
MSF Expats biomedical technicians - first mission
Pre requisites
requisites
The applicant has already the responsibility for management and maintenance of
biomedical equipment in their job description
The applicant is able to plan ahead by the use of the tool that are provided;
preferably knowing excel, but reading/writing/planning out of a binder in
English/French would be enough.
The applicant has minimum 6 months experience with MSF in the position of a
technician or an electrician, strongly related to biomedical equipment.
The applicant has a minimum level of in English or French
The applicant has the support of his/her hierarchical and technical supervisors, not
only to attend the training, but to be provided the correct means (work space, tools,
spare parts, extra human resources if necessary, supervision) in order to carry out
their job upon returning from the training
General objective
The BTC is a level 2 vertical course; the main objective aims to bring Biomed technicians to a
basic level of understanding the general concepts of managing and performing the
preventive and/or curative maintenance on biomedical equipments.
Specific objective
The candidates will be able to:
Explain the functional principles and use of standard MSF biomedical equipments.
Manage project biomedical equipment, including maintenance, record-keeping and
stock management.
Perform preventive maintenance, basic repairs and fault-finding, on equipment
mentioned in the course content.
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Know when to request support from the biomed referent at HQ or the supply centre,
service from an external company or more specialization
Enrolment
Send your application form with your motivation letter as well as the recommendation from
your Cotl to the training admin in Geneva.
Course content
Maintenance policy and documents (Electricity, OT, grounding, safety and protection)
Support to users (medical staff) - How to train/coach presentation.
Basic maintenance of common biomedical equipments.
Maintenance Policy and documents
Electricity (grounding, safety and protection)
Support to users (med); How to train/coach
Hospital hygiene
Working principles and maintenance/fault-finding of:
O2-Concentrator
Autoclave TDM90
Monnal D2
Surgical Aspirator
Suction Pump (Atmos and Twinpump)
Pulse-oximeters
Dermatome
Doppler
Lamps
Multiparameter Monitor (Dash3000)
Electrical Surgical Unit
Defibrilator
Teaching methods
Demonstration of material, troubleshooting, practical work, PPT, discussions.
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Water, Hygiene and Sanitation in Emergency (WHS)
Place/ Organizer:
Brussels (Belguim) / OCB
Date:
02-13 September (English) 2013
Duration:
10 days
Group:
16 participants per session, including 2 OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected]
[email protected],
eva.msf.org [email protected]
Target groups
Field logisticians and “watsans” with responsibilities in emergency WHS
response and with at least 1 year related field experience
National staff with WHS responsibilities during emergencies
PrePre-requisites
Participants must have completed one of the following:
o
Basic Logistics Course – BloC (or it’s equivalent: TLB, LTT, TLC)
o
WEDC 1 Course
o
1 year in the field with MSF with responsibilities in emergency WHS response
Good level of English
General objective
The WHS course is a level 3 vertical course. At the end of the WHS, the trainees should
understand the importance of WHS within a medical organisation like MSF and should be
able to practically implement the various emergency WHS techniques used within MSF, and
to adapt them to the needs of a given environment.
Specific objectives
The aim of this hands-on course is to assure “first aid” WHS competence on the field
amongst logisticians and “watsans”. At the end of the hands-on course the trainees will be
able to use emergency WHS assessment techniques and know how to use the MSF
emergency WHS equipment and techniques as per Public Health TechnicianModules of the
course
Modules of the course:
WHS assessment techniques & tools
Topographical survey
Water supply
Water sources & intakes
Water analysis
Pumps: installation, operation & maintenance (motor pumps, hand pumps
&
electrical pumps)
Groundwater: making, cleaning & disinfecting wells and appropriate tools, pumping
test, jetting
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Surface water: water treatment (analyses, assisted sedimentation, WTU, disinfection,
household water treatment)
Emergency water distribution
Pipe installations: PE, PVC, GI
Site preparation
Excreta disposal
Waste water
Solid waste (refuse)
Medical waste
Vector Control Techniques & Material used on the field
o
Insecticide Residual Spraying
o
Fogging
Dead bodies
Health promotion
Diseases: Cholera, Ebola, Marburg
Teaching methods
Lectures and case studies, hands-on practical workshops in small groups, various
evening sessions, WHS related movies
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Eau, Hygiène et Assainissement en Situation d’Urgence
(WHS)
Place/ Organisateur:
Bruxelles (Belgique) / OCB
Date:
17-26 June (French) 2013
Durée:
10 jours
Groupe:
16 participants per session, including 3 OCG
Langue:
Français
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Population cible
Logisticiens
du
terrain
et
‘watsan’
(national
et
expatrié)
avec
responsabilités en réponse WHS pendant les urgences
Ouvert au personnel national et international
PréPré-requis
Les candidates doivent avoir accompli suivants:
o
Basic Logistics Course – BloC (ou l’équivalent: TLB, LTT, TLC)
o
WEDC 1
o
1 année sur le terrain avec MSF dans un position avec des responsabilités
watsan
Bon niveau de français
Objectif général:
Le WHS est une formation verticale de niveau 3. A la fin du cours, les stagiaires
comprennent l’importance de WHS dans une organisation médicale comme MSF et devront
être capable d’implémenter les techniques WHS employées pendant une urgence et les
adapter à l’environnement d’application.
Objectifs spécifiques:
Le but de cette formation pratique est d’assurer le développement de compétence WHS
d’urgence sur le terrain parmi des logisticiens et watsan. A la fin du cours, les stagiaires
seront capable d’utiliser les techniques d’évaluation WHS d’urgence et l’équipement
d’urgence MSF comme expliqué dans la technicien sanitaire
Modules:
Techniques et outils d’évaluation WHS
Topographique Survey
Approvisionnement d’eau
Sources d’eau
Analyse d’eau
Pompes: installation, opération & maintenance (motopompes, pompes à main &
électrique)
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Eau: creuser, nettoyer et désinfecter des puits et les outils associées: test de
pompage, jetting
Eau de surface: Traitement d’eau (analyse, sédimentation assisté, WTU, désinfection,
traitement d’eau dans des habitations)
Distribution d’eau en urgence
Installation des tuyaux: PE, PVC, GI
Préparation du site
Excréta
Eau sale
Déchets solides
Déchets médicaux
Techniques de contrôle des vecteurs
o
Insecticide Residual Spraying
o
Fogging
Cadavres
Promotion de la santé
Maladies: Cholera, Ebola, Marburg
Méthodes
Cours magistrale et cas d’étude, démonstrations pratiques et exercices, films sur
WHS
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Water Supply
Supply & Sanitation
Sanitation In
In Precarious
Precarious Situations
Situations
(WEDC I)
Place/ Organizer:
Loughborough, UK
Date:
08-19 April / 02-13 September 2013
Duration:
10 days
Group:
2 OCG max per session
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected]
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
Field staff that are or will be involved with WatSan implementation and/or are going to work
as a WatSan. One place is (in principle) reserved for a Logistic Coordinator, one for a Medical
Coordinator and one for national staff. The person applying must have worked for MSF for a
minimum of one mission or 6 months.
Open to international and national staff
Entrance Criteria
Preference is given to applicants with non or limited watsan experienced/knowledge who
are or will be working in projects with watsan activities.
The overall objective
At the end of the course the participant is able to apply basic water and sanitation
knowledge and tools appropriate to MSF settings.
Enrolment
Send your application form with your motivation letter as well as your recommendation
letter from the Country Manager or Logistic Coordinator
Selection
The Public Health Department (WatSan Unit), FSU and HRM will do the selection two months
before the course.
Study agreement
There is a working back period applicable for the people who complete the WEDC course of
6 months in a relevant MSF position after the course.
Course contents
Watsan and Health
Water supply
Environmental sanitation
Hygiene
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Specific objectives
The relation between watsan and health, with specific emphasis on diarrhoeal
diseases.
The main elements of a water supply system appropriate to MSF settings; demand,
source, abstraction, quantity & quality, treatment and distribution. Subsequently,
participants should be able to design an appropriate water supply system.
The main elements of environmental sanitation appropriate to MSF settings; disposal
of excreta, waste water and solid waste, and vector control. Subsequently,
participants should be able to design appropriate sanitation programme
components.
The role and key principles of hygiene promotion.
Furthermore, participants should be able to suggest appropriate watsan measures in
the event of an outbreak of cholera.
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Vehicle Fleet Management - FR
Place/ Organisateurs:
Kinshasa (RDC) /OCB
Date:
12-22 Mars 2013 en français à Kinshasa
Durée:
10 jours
Groupe:
1 place pour OCG
Langue:
Français
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Public cible
Fleet Managers (staff National ou expat).
Logisticiens (staff national ou expat) qui sont responsables d’un parc véhicules
important où il n’y a pas de Fleet Manager.
Ouvert au personnel national et international
PréPré-requis
6 mois d’expérience terrain avec MSF comme Fleet Manager / logisticien responsable
de la
gestion du parc véhicules.
Niveau B2 de français – voir la définition de ‘B2’ dans le formulaire de candidature.
Objectifs & contenu
Objectif général
La formation Vehicle Fleet Management est une formation verticale de niveau 3. A la fin du
cours, les participants devraient être capables d’évaluer, de développer et de gérer un parc
véhicules, y compris le hardware, le software et les structures ainsi que les ressources humaines
et financières.
Objectifs spécifiques
A la fin de la formation, les participants seront capables de :
⇒ Enseigner les principes de maintenance préventive : Comment la planifier ? Quels sont les
problèmes les plus fréquents ?
⇒ Enseigner comment effectuer des contrôles hebdomadaires et journaliers
⇒ Expliquer comment adapter le programme de maintenance d’un parc véhicules à un contexte
spécifique
⇒ Lister les éléments à prendre en considération quand on prend ou non la décision de
soustraiter la maintenance
⇒ Organiser et équiper un atelier mécanique et ses stocks de pièces détachées et de carburant
⇒ Evaluer les compétences des chauffeurs, des mécaniciens et des gestionnaires des stocks de
pièces détachées
⇒ Enseigner l’utilisation des outils standard MSF en matière de gestion de parc véhicules (Carnet
de bord maintenance et carburant, job card/fiche de travail, fiche de stock, etc.) HARDWARD
⇒ Enseigner l’utilisation et l’analyse des outils standard MSF en gestion de parc véhicules (suivi
véhicules sous fichier excel, fiche de commande de pièces détachées, etc.) SOFTWARE
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⇒ Enseigner les procédures administratives à implémenter dans l’organisation d’un garage
⇒ Enseigner l’importance de carburant, de lubrifiants, de pièces détachées et pneumatiques de
bonne qualité et les aspects de sécurité et financiers qui y sont liés
⇒ Enseigner les standards MSF en matière de conduite (préparation des véhicules, quand utiliser
4 x 4, la conduite défensive, l’attitude du chauffeur, etc.)
⇒ Enseigner que faire en cas d’embourbement du véhicule (l’utilisation du Hi-lift jack, tire-fort,
etc.)
⇒ Produire une commande de pièces détachées en utilisant une fiche de commande Toyota MSF
⇒ Enseigner comment gérer le carburant et les pièces détachées en utilisant des fiches de stock
Méthodes pédagogiques
Cours magistral et cas d’étude
Démonstrations pratiques et exercices
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Vehicle Fleet
Fleet Management - ENG
Place/ Organizer:
Kampala, Uganda /OCB
Date:
09-20 September 2013 in English in Kampala
Duration:
10 days
Groupe:
1 place for OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
Fleet Managers
Logisticians (national staff or expats) who are responsible for a large fleet of vehicles
where no fleet manager is present
Open to international and national staff
PrePre-requisites
6 months in the field with MSF as a Fleet Manager / logistician responsible for fleet
management
Level B2 of English – see the definition of ‘B2’ in the application form
General Objective
The Fleet Management Course is a level 3, vertical training. At the end of the course, participants
should be capable of evaluating, developing and managing a fleet of vehicles, including the
hardware, software, structures, human and financial resources.
Specific Objectives
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Teach the principles of preventive maintenance: How to plan it? What are the
common problems encountered when carrying it out?
Teach staff how to carry out a daily and weekly check;
Explain how to adapt the maintenance program of a fleet of vehicles to a specific
context;
List the elements that we consider when deciding whether to outsource maintenance
or not;
Design and equip a mechanical workshop and its associated spare parts & fuel
stocks;
Evaluate the competencies of Drivers, Mechanics & Spare Part Store Keepers;
Teach how to use the standard MSF Fleet Management tools (Maintenance & Fuel log
book,
job card/work sheet, stock card, etc.) HARDWARE;
Teach how to use and analyse the standard MSF Fleet Management tools (vehicle
follow-up sheet, spare part order sheet, project order sheet, etc.) SOFTWARE;
Teach the administration processes that should be implemented in a workshop;
Teach the importance of good quality fuel, lubricants, spare parts and tyres and the
related
Security and financial implications;
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Teach the MSF standards of driving (vehicle preparation, when to use 4 x 4,
defensive
Driving, driver attitude, etc.);
Teach vehicle recovery (use of Hi-lift jack & hand-winch);
Produce a spare part order using the MSF Toyota Order Sheet;
Teach spare part & fuel stock management using stock cards;
Teaching Methods
Lectures and case studies, practical demonstrations and exercises
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Advanced Mechanics and Garage Management
Place / Organizer:
Kinshasa (DRC) /OCB
Date:
10-21June 2013
Duration:
2 weeks
Group:
8 participants – 1 from OCG
Language:
French
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one years
Application:
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Population
Experienced mechanics (International or National Staff) who have already been trained
(formally or on-the job), who wish to improve their knowledge and skills regarding the
follow-up and maintenance of MSF vehicles. This training does not aim to train people to
become mechanics but rather to give people the tools to supervise the work of local
mechanics
PrePre-requisite
6 months field experience with MSF as a mechanic / garage manager
Level B2 of English – see the definition of ‘B2’ in the application form
Objectives & content
General objective
The Advanced Mechanics Course is a level 3, vertical course. At the end of the training, the
participants should be capable of implementing workshop management and evaluate the
technical state of the vehicle used in the mission.
List of modules:
1. Management of a Garage
Ensure the correct functioning of a fleet of vehicles
Fuel management
Spare part stock management
Spare part ordering
2. Technical
Technical Expertise
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Fuel supply
Power distribution
Cooling
Lubrification
Transmission
Steering
Suspension
Brakes
Electrical circuit
Pneumatics
Bodywork
4 x 4 driving
Outboard Motors
MSF standard pumps and generators
Security
Teaching Methods
Presentations, practical exercises, demonstrations, cases studies
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LogistiX & Supply Course - ENG
ENG
Place/ Organizer:
Abidjan, Ivory Coast /OCB
Date:
04-14 February /08-18 April /26 Aug-05 Sept /23 Sept – 03 Octobre 2013
Duration:
10 days
Group:
1 place pour OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
Target Group
Supply Officers, 1st mission Supply Managers, Stock Officers assuming the backup of
Supply Officers, Stock Officers responsible for managing medical stocks using
LogistiX (Lx)
Open to international and national staff
PrePre-requisites
Medium level IT skills
Knowledge of the use of Network (workgroup) and Excel software
Level B2 of English – see the definition of ‘B2’ in the application form
Objectives & Content
General Objective
The Logistix and Supply Course is a level 2 vertical course. At the end of the course, the
participants should understand the full process of orders and the stock management using Lx.
The participants should be able to use Lx to extract data for supply analysis and management.
Specific Objectives
By the end of the course, the participants should be able to use Lx software correctly and be able
to update the database in real time using a configuration that matches the reality. They should
be able to generate pertinent and helpful data for supply management. The participants should
have a sound knowledge on supply procedures.
Overview of Modules
Delivery documents & closure, Downloading from FTP
Exercise on the order process from the field, Codification
Lx update & configuration, Lx documents & use
Routing & definition of sources
Order lists & Order sheets
Methodology of orders & confirmations
Physical reception of cargo & and in Lx, Use of stocks in Lx and reception
Stock management with parameters and alarms, Exercise on stock management
Data extraction and trend
Exercise on stock replenishment, Inventory
Teaching Methods
Presentations, practical exercises, demonstrations, cases studies
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LogistiX & Supply Course - FR
Place/ Organisateurs:
Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire /OCB
Date:
20-30 mai 2013 / 02-12 décembre 2013
Durée:
10 jours
Group:
1 place pour OCG
Langue:
Français
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected]
[email protected],
sf.org [email protected]
Public cible
Supply Officers,_ 1re mission Supply Managers, Stock Officers qui font le back-up
des Supply Officers, Stock Officers responsables de la gestion du stock médical avec
LogistiX (Lx)
Ouvert au personnel national et international
PréPré-requis
Niveau moyen IT
Connaissance de l’utilisation d’un réseau informatique et Excel
Niveau B2 de français – voir la définition de ‘B2’ dans le formulaire de candidature
Objectifs
Objectifs & contenu
Objectif général
La formation LogistiX & Supply Course est une formation verticale de niveau 2. A la fin de la
formation, les participants devraient comprendre le processus complet de la gestion des
commandes et des stocks avec Lx. Les participants devraient être capables d’extraire des
données pour analyse.
Objectifs spécifiques
A la fin de la formation, les participants devraient être capables d’utiliser Lx correctement et de
mettre à jour la base de données en temps réel en utilisant une configuration qui représente la
réalité. Ils devraient être capables de générer des données pertinentes et utiles pour la gestion de
l’appro. Les participants devraient avoir une bonne connaissance des procédures appro.
Modules
Documents de livraison et cloture, Download du FTP
Exercice sur la procédure de commande du terrain, Codification
Mise à jour de Lx et configuration, Les documents de Lx et leur utilisation
Routing de la définition des sources, Order lists et Order sheets
Méthodologie des commandes et confirmations
Réception physique d’un cargo et dans Lx, L’utilisation des stocks en Lx et réception
Gestion de stock avec paramètres et alarmes, Exercice sur la gestion de stock
Extraction des données et tendances, Exercice sur le réapprovisionnement des stocks
Inventaires
Méthodes pédagogiques
Présentations, exercices, démonstrations et cas d’étude.
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Medical Supply and Stock Management
Management at Project Level ENG
Place / Organizer:
Abidjan (Ivory Coast) / OCB
Date:
07-12 October 2013
Duration:
6 days
Group:
25 participants max – 6 OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application:
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
Staff responsible for medical supply and stock management at project level
PrePre-requisites
6 – 12 months of field experience in a medical supply and stock management
position at project level
Level B2 of English
Objectives & Content
General Objective
The Medical Supply and Stock Management at Project Level Course is a level 2, vertical
training. It is designed to consolidate field experience and ensure that the candidates have
the correct knowledge, tools and information to manage medical supplies and stocks at
project level.
Module overview
Main stock management
End user unit management
Stock related tools
Quality procurement
Regulated drugs – Dangerous Items – Food
Batch recall – expired drugs
EPREP
Human resources
Dispensing practices
Mixed Supply
Cold Chain
Stock Follow-up and analysis
Catalogues – Guidelines
Software – LogistiX / Isystock
International Order
Supervision
Communication flow
Activity planning
Teaching Methods
Presentations, practical exercises, cases studies.
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Advanced Energy Course (AEC) – ENG
Place /Organizer:
Kampala (Uganda) /OCA
Date:
02 -11 May 2013 / 26 Sept – 05 Oct 2013
Duration:
2 weeks
Group:
12 participants – 2 from OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application:
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
Electricians (national staff or expats) who install / repair electrical installations with their own
hands as a full time occupation for MSF
Log Techs (national staff or expats) who install / repair electrical installations with their own
hands as a part time occupation for MSF (the rest of their time being spent on other technical
families such as telecommunications)
PrePre-requisites
Professional experience as an electrician
6 months in the field with MSF as an Electrician / Log Tech responsible for energy
Level B2 of English – see the definition of ‘B2’ in the application form
Objectives & Content
Objectives
The Advanced Energy Course is a level 3, vertical training. The objective is to outline MSF
standards and procedures in terms of energy management in relation to:
1. Protection of people
2. Protection of devices
3. Continuity of service
Overview of Modules
Safe working practices
Voltage and current theory and measurement
MSF Standards in safety, unsafe situations and how to measure them
Installing safety devices: Earthing systems, GFCI, Fuses
Voltage drop and current rating
Wiring cross section, colour code, connections
KVA & KW – calculating generator capacity
Single-phase to three-phase for generators
Trouble shooting generators
Installing change-over power source switches
Fuel consumption and life expectancy of generators
Local grid and it’s protection
AVR and MPU varistors
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Distribution boxes and fuse rating
Electrical diagrams
Alternating current and direct current
Calculating and reducing energy demand (AC and DC)
Battery systems
Uninterrupted Power Supply, on and offline
Calculating backup systems
Power supply to oxygen concentrators and laboratories
Air Conditioning
Soft and hard starters method de travail securitaires
Teaching methods
Lectures and case studies, Workshops in small groups
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Advanced Electrical Course (AEC)
AEC) – FR
Place /Organisateurs:
Kampala (Uganda) / OCA
Date:
26 Sept - 05 Octobre 2013
Durée:
2 semaines
Group:
12 participants – 2 places pour OCG
Langue:
Français
Engagement exigée: un an
Application:
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Public cible
Electriciens (staff
national ou
expatries)
qui installent/réparent
manuellement
des
installations électriques comme occupation principale chez MSF
Log Techs (staff national ou expatries) qui installent/ réparent manuellement des
installations électriques comme activités a temps partiel pour MSF (le reste de leur temps
étant dédie a d’autre catégories techniques telles que les télécommunications)
PréPré-requis
Expérience professionnelle en tant qu’électricien
6 mois sur le terrain avec MSF en tant qu’électricien / Log Tech responsable énergie
Niveau B2 du français
Objectifs & Contenu
L’Advanced Énergie Course est une formation verticale de niveau 3. L’objectif est de
souligner les
Standards et les procédures MSF en terme de gestion d’énergies en lien avec:
1. La protection des personnes
2. Le protection du matériel
3. La continuité du service
Liste des Modules
Sécurité des méthodes de travail
Théorie et mesure du voltage et du courant
Standards MSF en matière de situation de sécurité/ insécurité et comment les
mesurer
Installer du matériel de sécurité: système de terre, GFCI et fusibles
Chute de voltage et échelle de courant
Câblage en croix, code couleur et connections
KVA & KW – calculer la capacité des générateurs
Générateurs triphasés et a une seule phase
Générateur défectueux
Installation d’interrupteur de changement de source d’énergie
Consommation de carburant et espérance de vie d’un générateur
Réseau local et sa protection
Varistors AVR et MPU
Boitiers de distribution et tableaux de fusible
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Diagrammes électriques
Courant alternant et courant direct
Calculer et réduire la demande énergétique (AC et DC)
Systèmes de batterie
Système d’approvisionnement énergétique ininterrompu, en ligne et hors ligne
Système de backup
Alimentation des concentrateurs d’oxygène et des laboratoires
Air conditionne
Démarreurs mous / durs
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Field Information and Communication Technology
Training (FICTT) – ENG / FR
Place / Organizer:
Kampala (Uganda) / OCG
Date:
21-27 July 2013
Duration:
6 days
Group:
15 participants
Language:
English / French
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application:
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target groups
ICT* officer or an MSF national staff who has the responsibility for the ICT management
and maintenance.
* ICT: Information and Communication Technology
Pre requisites
The applicant has already the responsibility for management and maintenance of IT
equipment in their job description
The applicant has minimum 6 months experience with MSF in the position of an ICT
officer, or in the responsibility for the ICT management and maintenance.
The applicant has a minimum level of technical English
The applicant has the support of his/her hierarchical and technical supervisors, not only
to attend the training, but to be provided the correct means (work space, tools, spare
parts, extra human resources if necessary, supervision) in order to carry out their job
upon returning from the training
General objective
The ICT Training is a level 3 specific training; the main objective aims to bring ICT officers
or persons in charge on the ICT management and maintenance, to the basic understanding
of the best practises (ITIL) and general concepts of managing and performing the preventive
and/or curative maintenance task for the ICT equipments.
Secondary objective
The candidates will be able to:
Understand the principles, maintenance and use for MSF Standard ICT equipments
Train the people for the good usage of these equipments
Manage and support MSF Standard Application (Hr: Homere, Finance and Supply:
Unifield, Medical application)
Windows 7 and Office 2010 migration
Radio communication equipment maintenance and installation
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Enrolment
Only selected candidates will be asked to apply -send your application form with your
motivation letter as well as the recommendation from your Logistic Coordinator (LogCo) to
the training admin in Geneva.
Course content
Policies & procedures: presentation and overview of MSFCH policies and procedures
Support to users:
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How to train/coach field logistician about the basic preventive maintenance of ICT
equipment.
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How to train/coach field users about the basic usage for MSF Standard ICT equipment.
Data processing and communication equipment: Disaster Recovery, usage, maintenance
and interaction
Migration: operation management, time management, training, change management,
risk management, support & troubleshooting
Business continuity for Supply, Hr, Finance and medical application.
Unifield deployment : installation, recovery, backup, users management
Teaching methods
Demonstrations
of
material,
presentations, discussions
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troubleshooting,
practical
work,
paper
documents,
Certification in Humanitarian Logistics
Logistics Management (CHL)
- ENG
ENG/ FR
Place / Organizer:
E- learning /Fritz institute
Date:
All year
Duration:
1.5 Years approximately – 5 hours per week.
Group:
unlimited – 5 OCG candidates
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application:
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
National and international logistics and supply staff at project level
PrePre-requisites
Minimum 24 months MSF Experience in diverse contexts
Objectives & Content
The CHL is a level 2, general course
Objectives
Build fundamental skills in core logistics functions including warehouse
and inventory management, procurement, transport, fleet management,
and import/export
Develop an understanding of overall humanitarian supply chain, how the
pieces fit together to support humanitarian aid
Learn to lead response efforts, assessing situations and prioritizing
activities, and understanding the implications of those choices
Content
Content
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Unit 1: Humanitarian Supply Chain
The first unit introduces the world of humanitarian aid and specifically the
operation of the supply chain in enabling humanitarian organizations to
achieve their aims and objectives. In order to operate effectively in any
logistics or supply chain capacity, it is essential to have an understanding
of the big picture and the ultimate goal.
Topics covered: Situations and places where humanitarian aid is required;
Objectives and activities of humanitarian actors; The role of logistics and
supply chain management within the humanitarian aid; Preparing and
improving humanitarian supply chains; Supporting beneficiary service
programs
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Unit 2: Warehousing and Inventory
The role of warehouse and inventory management is to make the goods
available
to
be
delivered.
Appropriate
and
effectively-managed
warehousing is essential to receive and disburse goods when needed and
limit damage and losses.
Topics covered: The function of warehouse and inventory management;
Setting up a warehouse; Managing warehouse operations; Provision and
care of warehouse operations; Managing inventory
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Unit 3: Procurement
The unit looks at the procurement process and that the process starts
with a need, understanding and specifying that need is vital to the rest of
the process. When carrying out the process, it is important to be aware
that
different
humanitarian
organizations
will
have
procurement
procedures and rules that need to be followed.
Topics covered:
The function of procurement and the procurement
process; Sourcing of goods and services; Progress monitoring and
control; Monitoring supplier performance; Managing risk associated with
procurement
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Unit 4: Transport
The unit looks at aspects of international and local movements and the
modes of transport available. This unit also considers the nature of the
goods to be moved, planning and scheduling of movements, and
selection and management of third party providers. While road may be
the primary mode of transport, effective logisticians need to consider all
the options.
Topics covered: International and local movements; Different modes of
transport available and their respective characteristics; Role of third
parties and third party transport providers; The nature of transport
movements; Goods nature of goods to be moved; Planning and
scheduling of movements
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Unit 5: Fleet Management
This unit examines the function of fleet management in humanitarian
supply chains, the selection of vehicles and equipment and the setting up
of systems and procedures necessary to monitor and manage a fleet of
vehicles.
The fleet management function involves acquisition and
subsequent management of the necessary assets and associated, often
significant, resources that enable a humanitarian organization to achieve
its organizational objectives.
Topics covered:
The function of fleet management; Fleet management
systems and procedures; Planning a fleet to meet program needs;
Processes for selecting suitable vehicles, equipment and facilities;
Procedures for repair and maintenance and the value of preventative
maintenance
systems;
Systems
for
measuring
and
monitoring
performance of the fleet; Recruitment, selection and management of
drivers; Management of non-vehicle assets
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Unit 6: Import/Export and International Commerce
Commerce Practices
Import and export is a key part of the supply chain process in ensuring
that goods can be imported into and exported out of countries where
humanitarian organizations are operating. The unit will demonstrate the
need to not only understand the rules and procedures, but also to follow
them and to ensure that everyone involved in importing or exporting also
understand and follow them.
Topics covered:
The role of customs and customs procedures;
Requirements of international trade and commerce; Documentation used
when
importing
and
exporting;
Incoterms;
Management
of
risks
associated with importing and exporting; Methods of payment in
international commerce and how to reduce associated risk
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Unit 7: Managing a Humanitarian Supply Chain Response
This unit looks at how the different elements of logistics and supply chain
are brought together, along with techniques to manage the operational
resources and personnel involved. More specifically, the unit begins by
examining an emerging situation. It looks at managing the flow of goods
and also the people and partner organizations involved. It examines the
implications of the operating environment on the operation and the
financial impact of activities.
Finally, it looks at managing the links
bringing everything together.
Topics covered:
Examining an emerging situation; Managing flows of
goods and personnel into the disaster zone; Prioritizing activities;
Implications of the operating environment; Financial impact of activities;
Managing teams; Coordinating with partner organizations; Bringing
everything together
Teaching Methods
Distance learning – This course is 100% distance learning; Students
receive and submit tasks to their individual coaches via e-mail
Competence model approach – Students must demonstrate acquired skills
through completion of assigned tasks
Scenario-based – Students are inserted into a reality-based scenario, in
which they have to advise on and manage logistics functions
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Certification in Humanitarian Supply Chain Management
(CHSCM)
(CHSCM) - ENG
Place / Organizer:
E- learning / Fritz institute
Date:
All year
Duration:
2 Years approximately – 10 hours per week.
Group:
unlimited – 5 OCG candidates
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application:
[email protected]
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
CHSCM is aimed at humanitarian logisticians who are operating at a coordination level and
are engaged in planning, resourcing and managing the supply chain and implementing
supply chain strategy. Typically, candidates hold positions such as Logistics Coordinator
and Supply Manager.
PrePre-requisites
While there are no set prerequisites, candidates are required to have
experience as well as knowledge in humanitarian logistics and operations.
A quick checklist (available at www.fritzinstitute.org) confirms candidates’
suitability prior to enrollment.
In some cases, candidates may be
recommended to take Certification in Humanitarian Logistics (CHL) first;
however, CHL alone does not provide sufficient qualification to take
CHSCM.
Minimum 24 months MSF Experience in diverse contexts and the
(potential) capacity to assume a coordination role
Objectives & Content
The CHSCM is a level 3, general course
Objectives
Build essential planning skills supporting a comprehensive process that
meets program needs, adheres to standards and policies, and identifies
required resources for implementation
Learn to effectively track, manage and report on performance, supporting
continuous improvement and keeping all relevant stakeholders informed
Lead
teams
and
manage
relationships
required
for
successful
implementation of the supply chain activities and delivery of the defined
objectives
Content
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PrePre-Reading: Supply Chain Structures
The material in the Supply Chain Structures section contains detailed
information about supply chain management, its processes and how
organizations manage performance.
This material provides essential
underpinnings for the rest of the course.
While it is likely that
participants will be familiar with some of the material, review is
recommended as some aspects may be new.
Topics Covered: Supply chain concepts; Decoupling points; Supply chain
processes; Supply chain types; Performance management; Supply chain
alignment
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UNIT 1: Supply Chain Planning
In Unit 1, planning is approached as a deliberate act requiring analysis
and assessment of the current situation, interpretation of policies, and
design of solutions to fulfill the desired objectives. Supply chain planning
processes provide the signal or trigger for the supply chain operational
processes. Often, particularly in emergency situations, the expectation to
act is high. But action undertaken without effective planning often leads
to longer response times.
Spending time on planning can make the
difference between action that is effective and timely and action that is
immediate but ineffective.
Good planning will lead to better results
delivered on time with the consequence that human suffering is relieved
in a more cost effective way.
Topics covered:
Assessment of the program requirements and global supply chain
strategy;
Interpretation and application of organizational policies and standards in
relation to the assessed program requirements and global supply chain
strategy;
Design of the supply chain and network infrastructure required to support
activity, including end-to-end planning of activities;
Identification of type and level of resources required for operation,
including monitoring and control, and;
Understanding and development of essential relationships
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UNIT 2: Supply Chain Coordination and Operation
Good planning does not necessarily mean that the supply chain will perform as
required. Even with the best planning, the situation can develop in ways never
anticipated in the planning scenario. Even if things happen as planned,
performance must be monitored to confirm that the needs of the programs are
being met and operations are in line with the global supply chain strategy. As such,
this unit focuses on operating and coordinating supply chain activity. It involves
monitoring and measuring performance to ensure that it is on tract to meet
expectations. Where there is deviaition, appropriate action must be taken to restore
progress.
Topics covered:
Monitoring
and
measuring
performance,
including
the
types
of
information needed and methods for collection
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Reporting of performance information to stakeholders both internally and
externally
Improvement of supply chain performance through effective problem
solving and developing action plans that resolve problems and restore
effective and efficient operations
Project management, in particular for special situations such as
transitions and withdrawals
Leading, managing, advising, and supporting people involved in the
delivery of the supply chain activities
Teaching Methods
Distance learning – This course is 100% distance learning; Students
receive and submit tasks to their individual coaches via e-mail
Competence model approach – Students must demonstrate acquired skills
through assigned tasks
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Certification in Humanitarian Medical Logistics Practices
(Medlog)
Place / Organizer:
E- learning / Fritz institute
Date:
All year
Duration:
6 months
Group:
unlimited – 5 OCG candidates
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application:
[email protected]
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
Experienced logisticians handling medical supply chain issues
Medics / pharmacists handling medical supply chain issues
PrePre-requisites
Less experienced logisticians may be recommended to
take the
Certification in Humanitarian Logistics (CHL) program first.
Minimum 24 months MSF Experience in diverse contexts
Objectives & Content
The MedLog Course is a level 3, vertical course
Objectives
⇒ Upon completion, logisticians will be able to:
Plan and operate the medical supply chain with more confidence in
knowledge of the special technical and quality assurance requirements of
the medical supply chain
Advise medical program planners on items’ supply chain and quality
assurance requirements
Make informed responses and get the information needed sooner, when
medical program colleagues request support
⇒ Upon completion, medics / pharmacists will be able to:
Plan medical programs with an understanding of what logistics can and
cannot do, and the logistics implications of medical programs
Handle the medical supply while following the supply chain and quality
assurance requirements of the medical items
Make requests of logistics colleagues that are more informed and specific
to ensure the medical supply is properly handled and quality assurance is
maintained
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Content
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Unit 1: Humanitarian Medical Supply Chains
Medical programs and the supply of medical items place certain
requirements on the supply chain process. An existing supply chain may
not always be able to meet these requirements and will need changes to
its design and/or operation to effectively support medical items.
This
unit looks at the different types of medical programs, their main
characteristics, and the impact on the design and operation of the supply
chain. It identifies that the characteristics of the items used in medical
programs have significant implications as well as barriers and constraints
to supplying, storing and transporting items used in medical programs.
Topics Covered: Humanitarian medical aid; The scope of supply chains in
humanitarian medical aid; Product characteristics that have supply chain
implications; Supply chain characteristics, barriers and constraints; Supply
chain information and documentation; Maintaining supply chain flow
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Unit 2: Procurement
Procurement is a key part of the medical supply chain process in ensuring
not only that items are sourced and obtained, but that these items meet
the quality standards required.
Procurement in different organizations
may be carried out by a range of people, with various job titles and,
because of its importance, there will usually be clear procedures and rules
that need to be followed. The unit focuses on the specific requirements
for procuring medical items.
Topics Covered: The function of procurement; The procurement process;
Procurement characteristics that have supply chain implications
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Unit 3: Storage
Storage is a key part of the medical supply chain process in ensuring that
whenever and wherever items have to be stored in the supply chain
network, they are stored in such a way that the quality of the items is
maintained. The nature of medical supply chains means that there are
often a number of places (warehouses and stores) where the items are
stored before they are finally delivered or administered to beneficiaries.
This unit focuses on the specific requirements for storing medical items.
Topics Covered:
The role of storage in medical supply chains;
Requirements for storing medical items; The role of inventory
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Unit 4: Transport
Transportation is a key part of the medical supply chain process in
ensuring that whenever and wherever items need to be moved in the
supply chain network, they are transported in such a way that the quality
of the item is maintained. The nature of medical supply chains means
that there are a number of occasions when the items need to be
transported before they are delivered/administered to patients. The unit
focuses on the specific requirements for transporting medical items.
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Topics Covered:
The role of transport in medical supply chains;
Requirements for transporting and handling medical items; Using
transport providers
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Unit 5: Disposal
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The activities of a medical program will lead to the production of waste. Some,
if not most of this waste, is general waste that is not dangerous and will be
disposed of in the same ways as general waste from other aspects of
humanitarian aid programs. If not disposed of correctly, some types of medical
waste can lead to risk to health and the environment. Additionally, unwanted
and unused medical items often accumulate during a program and after the
program has finished. These items will also need to be disposed of in a way that
doesn’t lead to risks. This unit focuses on the specific requirements for the
disposal of medical waste – both waste from medical activities and waste in the
form of unusable medical items.
•
Topics Covered: The importance of disposal; The disposal process; Disposal
methods; Consequences of improper or non-disposal of waste
Teaching Methods
-
Distance learning – This course is 100% distance learning; Students receive and
submit tasks to their individual coaches via e-mail
-
Competence model approach – Students must demonstrate acquired skills through
assigned tasks
-
Scenario-based – Students are inserted into a reality-based scenario, in which they
have to advise on and manage logistics functions
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TECHNICAL TRAINING: TRAINING
TRAINING OF
TRAINERS
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Training of Trainers (MDF)
Place: / Organizer
Ede (Holland) / MDF Training & Consultancy
Date:
04-08 February / 30 sept – 04 Oct 2013
Duration:
5 days
Group:
6 to 14 participants, including 2 OCG
Course fees
2400 €
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
Any person likely to train personnel in the context of a mission or who
has to coach teams working with training activities.
Open to international and national staff
Objectives of the course
This course provides you with theory, skills and tools to develop and implement effective
training programmes.
At the end of the course you will:
Be sensitive to issues encountered in the adult learning process, and able
to assess training needs and set learning objectives;
Be able to choose and use appropriate interactive training methods and
materials, and to design and facilitate participatory training sessions;
Be familiarised in the application of techniques for presentation and
facilitation.
Training method
method
Individual and group practice, videotaped for reflection and feedback.
During the course you will be working on your own material for the practical assignments.
Tools for the application of various training techniques and the use of computers for
designing training materials.
For more information visit: www.mdf.nl
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MANAGEMENT:
MANAGEMENT: Level 1
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Team Management Training Course (TMT)
Level:
Management level 1
Place/ Organizer:
Geneva (Switzerland) /Kampala (Uganda)/ OCG
Dates:
14-18 January, 20-25 January (Geneva) /23-28 June, 01-06 December 2013
Duration:
5 days
Group:
18 participants max per session
Language:
January in French /June in English, December in French
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
Open to international and national staff
Experienced field staff who manage a team (team leader)
Overall objective
To improve the quality of human resources management within MSF
General objective
At the end of the course participants will be able to manage a team
appropriately
Specific objectives
At the end of the course participants will:
know the specificities of a performing team
know MSF-CH HR policy
be able to use MSF tools for efficient team management (team meeting,
evaluation,…)
be able to delegate tasks
be able to support, supervise and motivate team members
be able to deal with conflict
be able to give constructive feedback
be able to choose appropriate decision-making process
Teaching methods
Lectures, case studies, group discussions, debates, role-plays.
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MANAGEMENT: Level 2
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Project Coordination Course
Course (PC
(PCC)
PCC)
Level:
Management level 2
Place/ Organizer:
Geneva (Switzerland) / OCG
Dates:
10-22 March / 17-29 November 2013
Duration:
2 weeks
Group:
20 participants per course
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
Field Coordinators, potential Field Coordinators, junior/assistant Heads of Mission,
with either medical or non medical background, CoTLs.
Open to international and national staff
Purpose
To prepare actual and future Field Coordinators for the new challenges and stakes
presented by MSF project interventions.
Goal
Participants will gain or reflect on core skills required to fulfil the position of Field
Coordinator with MSF.
Objectives
bjectives
At the end of the course, participants will be able:
To identify core tasks and responsibilities of the Field Coordinator required to
manage and to coordinate operations at field level (related to the MSF project cycle).
To use basic Human Resources management skills to support and guide teams on
the field
Course content
Operations:
•
Context analysis needs assessment, project planning and monitoring, medical
surveillance.
•
Negotiation, communication & advocacy,
•
Security
•
Budget management
HR management:
•
supervision and learning styles, delegation, effective meeting management,
•
communication skills and coaching
Teaching methods
Lectures, case studies, role-play.
Group discussions, debates (the course approach relies on participants sharing their
practices and experiences)
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Populations in Emergency Situations (PSP)
Level:
Management level 2
Place/ Organizer:
Egmond (Holland) and St. Prix (France) / Epicentre
Dates:
17 February -03 March (Holland) / 16-30 September (France) 2013
Duration:
2 weeks
Group:
40 participants per session, including 6 OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
Priority to international medical personnel who are or could become field
coordinators
and
national
deputy
coordinators
(field
or
capital
coordination)
Second line of recruitment: medical coordinators and heads of mission
Between 12 and 20 months of MSF experience in at least two different
types of programmes, at least one of which was an emergency
Open to international and national staff
Goal of the PSP
Train participants to answer to medical humanitarian emergency situations in an appropriate
way and in accordance with MSF policies.
Training Objectives
By the end of the PSP, the trainees will be able to:
General Skills
Evaluate the population needs (medical and essential: Watsan, shelter,
food, security)
Define intervention strategies adapted to health problems, to the context,
to the population and to MSF objectives and policies
Plan the implementation of program’s activities
Ensure follow up of population health status
Ensure program monitoring and re-orientation according to context
evolution
Specific Skills by module
1) Epidemiology
Assess the situation of a population in an emergency context (rapid
health assessment)
Define, implement and use epidemiological surveillance systems
Organize and participate to a survey by sampling
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Discuss the validity of the data available on the field
Use epidemiological data for decision making in public health.
2) Nutrition
Assess the food and nutritional situation of a population
Plan an intervention addressing identified needs
Implement nutritional programs in emergency situations
Monitor and evaluate a nutrition program
3) Vaccination
Assess the situation
Discuss the place of measles vaccination during an emergency situation
Plan and set-up a vaccination campaign
Monitor vaccination activities
Ensure the continuity of vaccination activities
4) Water, hygiene and sanitation
Explain the importance and the routes of transmission of the diseases
related
with WATSAN
Define the place of the Watsan in MSF interventions
Interpret the results of the initial assessment within the WATSAN
perspective
Collaborate in the definition of the WATSAN strategies
Support the implementation of Watsan activities
Participate
in
the
monitoring
and
adjustment
of
WATSAN
strategies/activities
insight of medical/environmental indicators
5) Emergencies
Identify the priority problems and constraints imposed by the context
Define immediate-, short-, and medium-term response strategies
Plan the implementation of emergency action programs
Adapt data-gathering tools to the specifics of the context
Negotiate an operational plan with various partners
Discuss
the
appropriateness
of
MSF
taking
a
position
and
the
communication methods involved
Teaching techniques
Lectures, discussions/debates, case studies, demonstrations, workshops, outdoor exercises,
videos, group work...
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E-Learning Securit
Security
ity Management
Place/ Organizer:
Distance Learning / OCBA - International Course open to all sections
Date:
open session (all year) for emergency pool students or others with special needs
Duration:
50 hours
Group:
20 participants max
Language:
English
Commitment required: 6 months
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
General description
The MSF Security Management Course is above all a practical course. It is addressed at MSF
staff with functions related to security management, mainly Field Coordinators. Its main
aims are to develop participant’s knowledge and skills in MSF security matters. Some of the
questions that will be answered during the course are:
Target group:
•
FieldCos Are the main target population, as projects are where security risks are, and
FieldCos the managers with less experience in Security)
•
National staff Assistants and Deputy FieldCos, and Assistants Head of Mission
•
LogCos
•
Head of Missions with little experience in Security Management.
General objective:
To equip students with the security management knowledge and skills to develop and
implement a Standard Field Security Plan.
The course will also provide essential background on security basics. In order to accomplish
this objective the participants will have to be able to:
do the context analysis needed to manage security
carry out a risk analysis
develop an acceptance strategy
develop a protection strategy
develop contingency plans
design a standard Field Security Plan
do an incident report, and do and analyse the WIR.
Contents:
Context Analysis
Risk Analysis
Risk Reduction Strategies
Contingency Plans
Security Plan Design
Security Plan Implementation
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Health Emergencies in Large Populations (H.E.L.P)
Level:
Management level 2
Organizer :
IFRC
Place:
Nairobi in March / Geneva in June
Date:
11-22 March 2013 (Nairobi) / 03-14 June 2013 (Geneva)
Duration:
2 weeks
Group:
1-2 participants from OCG
Costs:
1800 USD + accommodation - Nairobi
2000 CHF + accommodation - Geneva
http://www.icrc.org/eng/assets/files/2012/help-course-calendar-2013fees.pdf
Language:
English
Required Commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
Target group
Medical Field Coordinators
Junior Medical Coordinators
Course Description
The H.E.L.P. course: a multicultural and multidisciplinary learning experience. The H.E.L.P.
course was created in 1986 by the International Committee of the Red Cross to upgrade
professionalism in humanitarian assistance programmes conducted in emergency situations.
These courses have been given in various parts of Latin America, North America, Africa,
Asia, Western and Eastern Europe. Since 1986, approximately 2'000 health professionals
and humanitarian aid workers from the International Red Cross and Red Crescent
Movement, United Nations agencies, NGOs, ministries of health, armed forces medical
services and academic institutions have attended the course.
The H.E.L.P. course comprises two modules indivisible. The first two weeks focus on public
health activities and the third week deals with international humanitarian law, human rights,
the responsibilities of health professionals, and ethics.
Key words
Armed conflict, IHL, ethics
Learning objectives
At the end of the training the participants should be able to:
Assess basic humanitarian needs
Plan medical-humanitarian intervention in an armed conflict situation
Master the fundamentals of IHL and integrate them in its strategic
reflection and working practice
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Define responsibilities of medical / humanitarian workers in an armed
conflict situation
Course content
Topics covered include:
H.E.L.P. I (2 weeks)
Planning
Nutrition and economic security
Environmental health
Communicable disease control
Health care services
Mental health
Health information systems and epidemiology
H.E.L.P II (1week)
Dilemmas faced by health professionals in humanitarian operations
International humanitarian law
Health and human rights
Professional ethics and health
Responsibilities of health professionals in armed conflicts
Teaching Methods
The course concentrates on concepts and approaches which have proved to be relevant for
humanitarian field activities during emergency situations.
Various teaching methods, including lectures, and group discussions are used. An important
part of the course is reserved for case studies, on a simulated case during H.E.L.P. I and on
actual situations in H.E.L.P. II.
Participants are invited to share their personal experiences as well as their cultural
background.
More information on:
on:
http://www.icrc.org/eng/resources/documents/misc/help_course.htm
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MANAGEMENT:
MANAGEMENT: Level 3
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Operations & Programme
Programme Strategies Course (OPS)
Level:
Management level 3
Location/ Organizer:
Geneva / OCG
Date:
03-13 February for HoM, 03-15 February for Med Co (14-15 Med Cos only)
Duration:
8 days (HoM) & 10 days (Med Co)
Group:
20-25 participants per session,
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
Junior Heads of Mission; potential Heads of Mission; experienced Field
Coordinators
Junior Medical Coordinators; potential Medical Coordinators
Open to international and national staff
Purpose
To prepare actual and future HoM-MedCo for the challenges and stakes presented by
the contexts in which MSF works
Goal
This course aims:
To develop participants’ capacities to build and monitor an operational
response in a given context
To enhance the role and interaction between HoM and MedCo
Objectives
At the end of the training, participants will be able to:
At the end of the training, participants will have developed their capacities to:
WEEK 1: common with HoM and Medco
Lead an operational strategic planning process and to propose/adapt
interventions strategies in response to stakes and needs of context of
intervention
To position the chosen operation strategy within the local environment
whilst respecting the MSF principles of actions
WEEK 2: HoM (3 days)
To identify internal and external risks for a mission, and develop
strategies to manage/mitigate them based on MSFCH resource management
policies and the mission context
WEEK 2: Medco
To define and monitor medical programme at mission level, based on
MSFCH medical management tools and policies.
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Course content:
content:
Common module (week 1)
HoM Module (week 2)
Building an intervention
Management
strategy
of
mission and risks:
Operational governance
Security
Operational & medical
Human resources
strategies
working dynamics (Hom-
Medco Module (Week 2)
the
Surveillance & assessment
Data collection & indicators
Medical stock & Pharmacy
Finance
Medco-Cell)
Negotiation (MoU, IHL)
Advocacy & communication
Evaluation
Teaching Methods
Lecture and group exercises, Debate / discussion, case studies.
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Human Resources Coordination Course
Course (HRCC)
Level:
Management level 3
Location/ Organizer:
Barcelona (March), Geneva (April), Brussels (July), Paris (Sept)
Amsterdam (Nov)/ OCBA, OCG, OCB, OCP, OCA
Date:
10-22 March (ENG), 07-19 April (FR), 30 June -12July (ENG), 01-13 Sept (FR),
17-29 Nov (ENG) 2013
Duration:
11 days
Group:
21 participants per session, including 9 OCG in Geneva, 3 OCG in other OCs
Language:
English in Barcelona, Brussels & Amsterdam/ French in Geneva & Paris
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
(future) Human Resources coordinator (HR Co)
Deputy Human Resources coordinator
Open to international and national staff
General Objective
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to guarantee an efficient HR
management for the mission.
Specific Objectives
1. To promote HR position, roles and responsibilities and inform the mission of the HR
challenges facing MSF
2. To identify the stakes of human resources in a project, mission, country
3. To ensure the administrative and legal management of the mission
4. To ensure the career management of national and international staff in the field
5. To ensure the well being of the employee and the correct functioning of team at each
step of the employee, team cycle
Course contents
Definition of the role of the HRCo, key tasks and areas of responsibility
Planning and managing HR in strategic terms to meet MSF operational needs
Legal obligations linked to personnel management
Status-based administration of contracts – national staff and expatriates
Staff development and career development
Facilitation skills to work with people
Stress in the workplace
Teaching Methods
Lectures, cases studies, group discussion, debates with MSF facilitators and external
consultants
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Advocacy for Humanitarian Projects in Health
Level:
Management level 3
Place/ Organizer:
Geneva University, Geneva / OCG & CERAH (UNIGE)
Date:
January 7-11, 2013
Duration:
5 days
Group:
12 MSF participants max, including 5 OCG (all OCs included)
Course fees : 750 CHF
Language:
English
Required commitment for OCG staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
Humanitarian actors (including MSF staff) with coordination responsibilities (med Co,
HoM)
Postgraduate students in a humanitarian or international health program.
Important note: a health professional background is NOT needed.
Adequate English level
Open to international and national staff
Objectives :
General
To acquire tools and skills for effective advocacy in support of humanitarian interventions in health.
Learning objectives
At the end of the module, based on 4 case studies, the students are able to:
To analyse the epidemiological situation and existing responses in relation to the
health policy, stakeholders, program performances and available means and
determine which advocacy effort to build up.
To argue the role of advocacy in the field of medical humanitarian interventions.
To identify appropriate activities and tools for advocacy according to the issue at
stake in a given context.
To elaborate and implement an advocacy strategy to support programmatic
objectives in medical humanitarian interventions.
Learning methods
Experienced medical humanitarian advocates, working for International Organizations in a
variety of country-settings and contexts will lecture and introduce participants to a broad
range of perspectives and advocacy. Four case-studies are the core of the seminar
representing each a particular aspect or barrier for improving or implementation of medical
humanitarian interventions. Professionals in Advocacy will expose their experiences and
perspectives.
Participants will elaborate and present a focused strategy for advocacy in a given context.
Essentially group work, but also class discussions and exercises will serve to integrate and
put in practice lecture topics. Interactive and participatory methods are central, based on the
experience and profiles of the participants, with frequent back and forth between working
groups and lectures in plenary sessions, based on recognized practices of adult learning
techniques.
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Leadership & Coaching: The Core Role of Team Mana
Manag
anagers
in Humanitarian Settings
Level: Management level 3
Place / organizer: Geneva University, Geneva/ OCG & CERAH (UNIGE)
Dates: January 14-19, 2013
Duration: 5 days
Nb of participants: 8 – 10 MSF Participants including 5 places for OCG (+ 12 externals)
Course fees : 750 CHF
Language: English
Required commitment for OCG staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected], [email protected]
Target group
•
Project and program managers at field and HQ level (Field Co, Coordinators, HQ
•
Team managers (Supervisors, team leaders)
managers)
Overall Training Course Objective(s)
Objective(s)
•
To contribute and promote adequate HR practices of people management in
humanitarian settings
Learning objectives
General Objective(s)
•
To strengthen the core HR skills of project and program humanitarian managers
Specific Objective(s)
At the end of the training, the participants will be able to:
•
Integrate HR stakes and challenges in their team management style/practices
•
Identify leadership and management approach required to manage a team
•
Apply coaching and delegation method in their practices in team management
Course contents
•
HR main Stakes and challenges in humanitarian settings
•
Multicultural issues and management
•
Working successfully as a team
•
Leadership and management
•
Coaching and delegation
Teaching Methods
•
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Lectures, role plays, case study, debates
Project Cycle Management
Level: Management level 3
Place / organizer: Geneva University, Geneva/ OCG & CERAH (UNIGE)
Dates: January 21-25, 2013
Duration: 5 days
Nb of participants: 12 MSF participants max, 5 places OCG (all OC included)
Course fees : 750 CHF
Language: English
Required commitment for OCG staff: one year
Application: [email protected]
[email protected],
geneva.msf.org, [email protected]
Target group
•
All coordinators and managers involved in project cycle management and logical
framework design.
Overall Training Course Objective(s)
Objective(s)
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
•
•
•
define the project cycle management with as specific emphasis on needs assessment
design and plan a project using principles of Result-Based Management
Programme and monitor activities using the logical framework as a tool
Teaching Methods
•
Based on lectures, case studies and discussions, the seminar is designed for
practitioners who wish to acquire tools for the planning, management, monitoring
and evaluation of humanitarian projects using a results-based management
approach.
Admission Requirements
•
A university qualification or equivalent
•
At least three years of professional humanitarian, social or development work or in
human rights
•
A good level of English
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Animer et diriger
diriger une équipe de travail
Niveau:
Management niveau 3
Place/Organisateur:
Geneva / OCG
Date:
18-21 février 2013
Durée:
4 demi journées (12h-18h)
Groupe:
15 participants per session, dont 5 OCG
Langue:
Français
Engagement moral : une année
Application: [email protected],
[email protected], [email protected]
Population cible
Responsable de service HQ, RP, ARP
Coordinateurs en capitale et de terrain
Objectifs /Contenu
Traiter - sous forme de groupes de résolution de problème et/ ou de simulations/
mises en situation - des cas réels de management des hommes que vous avez / vous
aurez à gérer
S’entrainer, mettre en pratique les méthodologies évoquées dans la formation de 4
jours animer et diriger une équipe de travail
Aborder si besoin des thématiques qui n’ont pas été abordées dans la formation
/
approfondir certains points
Pédagogie
Au fur et à mesure de la journée, et pour un thème donné, les participants travaillent sur
des cas qu’ils auront eux-mêmes proposés au début de la journée, pour qu'ils se préparent
à y répondre, à leur niveau de responsabilité, s'ils les rencontrent à nouveau.
Travail en sous-groupes :
1. Identifier les situations concrètes (lister les cas, les regrouper, choisir un cas) qui
intéressent chaque participant
2. Traiter le cas (lister toutes les options possibles, choisir une option, préparation
d’un jeu de rôle éventuel).
Travail en plénière :
3. Présentation aux autres participants (jeu de rôle éventuel, discussion en groupe)
4. Analyse et commentaires des participants et du formateur – rappel ou apports
d’outils ou de méthodologies
5. Conclusions (relecture vidéo éventuelle, conclusions sur les options à mettre en
œuvre, plan d'action individuel pour le participant qui a proposé le cas).
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Logistic Management Course (LMC)
LMC)
Level:
Management level 3
Location / Organizer:
Holland / OCA
Date:
04-15 February / 14-25 October 2013
Duration:
11 days
Group:
20 participants per session, including 1 OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
first and second mission Logco’s
Willingness to make a career move to a logistic management position
The LMC is open to logistics staff identified to become a Logco in their next mission,
or staff already in the Logco position
The overall objective
The course aims to improve the performance of the (potential) logistical coordinators, by:
Enhancing skills and knowledge for the full involvement of logistical coordinators in the
Country Management Team.
Provide management tools and methods to safeguard and where needed enhance quality of
logistics support from the perspective of a functional manager.
Course contents
During the course several larger topics are addressed (see below). In most of the evenings
and during the weekend you are asked to work on a case study on your own. At the end of
the course you will receive individual feedback on your work.
Influencing styles.
MSF project planning
Logistics Project Management.
Monitoring, evaluation and logistic reporting.
Policy development and implementation.
Security Management.
Finance and Logistics.
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Logco Conversion Course (LCC)
Level :
Management level 3
Place / Organizer:
Lyon (France) / Bioforce
Date:
23 Sept – 29 Nov 2013
Duration:
2.5 months
Group:
12 participants max per session, 2 OCG
Fees :
At least 6500€ + accommodation
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: 1 year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target groups
High potential logisticians with 2-3 missions as an MSF logistician.
Pre requisites
High educational level
English and French: Fluent in reading and writing
The trainee must be pre- validated as a potential Cotl by the HRLO in GVA
General objective
At the end of this level 3 training, the candidate will master the key management methods
for planning organizing and following the logistic activities of an MSF mission.
Enrolment
Send your application form with your motivation letter as well as the recommendation from
your RLO or HRLO to the training admin in Geneva.
Course content
The framework of the humanitarian aid
Managing people and organizations
Security and technical modules
Managing programs and projects
Humanitarian supply chain management
Training of trainers
Teaching methods
Lectures, class discussions, group works, individual written tests, interactive exchanges. The
course will end up with an exam and validated by a diploma.
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Basic Expert Modular – Field Hospital (BEM) - ENG
Level:
Management level 3
Place / Organizer:
EBC Brussels OCB September
Date:
18-20 September 2013, Brussels
Duration:
4 days
Group:
20 participants – 2 from OCG
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: 1 years
Application:
[email protected]
[email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target Group
Experienced field and HQ logistics staff
PrePre-requisites
6 months in the field with MSF as a logistician
Good level of English (B2).
General Objective
Objective
To train a pool of logistician on the rapid deployment and maintenance of an MFH (modular Field
hospital- 80 beds/ 9 inflatable tents)
Specific Objectives
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
describe the size / volume / weight and contents of the different MFH modules
explain, install and maintain the different non-medical modules that make up the
MFH and their capacity
describe and set-up the different ‘typical’ deployment scenarios of the MFH
describe the HR requirements for the two phases of deployment and running of the
MFH
set-up the Inflatable Tents without support
design, install and maintain water supply for the MFH
design, install and maintain energy supply for the MFH
describe, in detail, the spatial, water and energy requirements of each ‘typical’
medical setup
describe, in detail, the spatial, water and energy requirements of each supporting
activity setup( Laboratory, X-ray, sterilization and cleaning)
perform basic maintenance of the MFH
dismantle, check and pack the MFH modules for transport
describe the various medical modules and explain the relevance of each one (so that
they are not surprised when their medics ask for one)
describe the different types of biomedical equipment likely to be used in the MFH
and explain their installation constraints compared to their use in a brick structure.
Teaching Methods
Lectures, classroom presentation, practical demonstrations and outdoors exercises.
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WHO Short Course on Communicable Diseases in
Emergencies
Level:
Management level 3
Place/ Organizer:
Geneva / WHO unit Disease Control in Humanitarian Emergency
(DCE)
Dates:
18-22 March 2013 (Geneva)
Duration:
5 days
Group:
25 participants, including 2 OCG
Courses fees: free of charge + per diem
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
Target group
Medical or paramedical personnel with basic knowledge in epidemiology
and at least one experience within an epidemic context
Priority to capital coordinators, emergency coordinators and national
deputy coordinators
Second line of recruitment: Field coordinators with at least two missions
in this position
Open to international and national staff
Course Description
The Communicable Diseases in Emergencies course provides health coordinators/medical
advisers working for NGOs, UN agencies, and international organizations working in
emergencies with the necessary technical skills to develop and implement communicable
disease surveillance and control activities.
General objective
Improve the quality of field interventions for outbreak control by informing participants
about recent data and future perspectives and giving them operational tools to be alert and
reactive towards potentially epidemic diseases.
Specific objectives
At the end of the training the participants should be able to:
conduct
communicable
disease
risk
assessments
and
prioritize
interventions in emergencies
design and implement surveillance / early warning and response (EWAR)
systems in collaboration with partners
conduct outbreak investigations and manage outbreak responses
implement prevention and control methods for priority communicable
diseases in emergencies.
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Course content
Principles of infectious disease transmission
Key indicators in emergencies
Methods of data collection in emergencies
Communicable
diseases
rapid
assessment
and
prioritization
of
interventions
Conducting outbreak investigations and managing outbreak responses
including:
Prevention and control of specific infectious diseases in emergency
settings
Setting up early warning systems in emergencies including:
Water and sanitation & Vector control
Teaching Methods
Teaching is conducted through a mixture of lectures, case studies, group exercises, videos,
discussions and practicals
More information on:
on:
http://www.who.int/diseasecontrol_emergencies/training/en/
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Intensive Course in Epidemiology & Medical Statistics
Level:
Management level 3
Place/ Organizer :
London (UK)/ London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
Date:
dates TBC
Duration:
3 weeks
Group:
1-2 participants from OCG
Coure fees:
2730 GBP + accommodation
Language:
English
Required Commitment for MSF CH staff: One year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
Medical Head of Mission, MedCo
Medical staff based in HQ
Course Description
Epidemiological research has become an important tool in the study of the aetiology and
natural history of infectious and non-infectious diseases, and in assessing health effects in
populations. This three weeks concentrated course on the basic principles and methods of
epidemiology and medical statistics. The emphasis will be on the design and interpretation
of epidemiological studies.
The school houses a large academic group of epidemiologists, statisticians and
demographers in Europe, and promotes an inter-disciplinary approach to teaching and
research. The course will be taught by staff who have teaching and research experience
extending across the major diseases of developed and developing countries.
Key words
Epidemiology, medical statistics, research.
Learning objectives
At the end of the training the participants should be able to:
Design and analyze epidemiological studies
Master statistical methods in epidemiology
Use Stata software and conduct analysis with this software package
Course content
Introduction to Epidemiology and Medical Statistics
Measuring health and disease
Introduction to epidemiological study design
Data and distributions
Intervention studies
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Introduction to data analysis : use of STATA I
Cohort studies
Case-control studies
Statistical inference
Analyses of categorical data & quantitative data
Errors, biases and confounding
Regression and correlation
Sample size and power
An Introduction to statistical modeling
Teaching Methods
Teaching will be through lectures, seminars and practical sessions. Seminar discussions will
focus on current issues and controversies in epidemiology. The practical sessions will
involve the analysis, interpretation and discussion in small groups of a variety of
epidemiological studies, and participants will make use of the computer facilities available in
the School. Stata will be the statistical software package used to gain an understanding of
concepts.
More information on
http://www.lshtm.ac.uk/prospectus/short/sicems.html
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European Course in Tropical Epidemiology (ECTE)
Level:
Management level 3
Place / Organizers:
Copenhagen (Denmark)
Date:
TBC
Duration:
15 days (3 weeks)
Group:
35 participants per session, including 5 OCG
Course fees:
2100€ + accommodation
Language:
English
Required commitment for MSF CH staff: one year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
Target group
The course is intended for physicians, nurses, biologists, anthropologists,
health program managers, health administrators and other professionals
working in the health sector in tropical countries or with an interest in
public health in tropical countries.
For people who do not have previous education in epidemiology and need
a basic knowledge of it, for their activities in the project management for
example or in field investigation.
Open to international and national staff
General objective
On completion of the course, the student should:
Have knowledge about core epidemiological and statistical terms, as well
as insight in qualitative methods.
Be able to describe epidemiological study designs such as crosssectional, cohort, case-control and ecological studies, and randomised
controlled trials.
Have
knowledge
about
screening,
surveillance
and
outbreak
investigations
Have understanding of the relation between epidemiology and social
science and health economics
On completion of the course, the student should:
Have basic epidemiological and statistical skills for planning, conducting
and reporting field studies to assess health problems and service delivery
Demonstrate an ability to use statistical software for data entry, data
checking and analysis.
Course content
General principles of Epidemiology
Basic infectious disease epidemiology
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Qualitative approaches in epidemiology
Types of epidemiological studies
Risk factors, high risk groups & risk estimation
Validity of diagnostic tests
Screening
Outbreak investigation and response
Survey design and organisation
Questionnaire design
Sampling
Data entry, checking & processing
Computer based basic statistics
Teaching methods
Teaching includes lectures, seminars, group and practical work and computer exercises
using the software package EPI-INFO.
More information on:
on:
http://www.ecte.org/
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New Issues in Security Course (NISC)
Level:
Management level 3
Place/ Organizer:
Geneva (Swizerland)/ GCSP (Geneva Center for Security Policy)
Date:
10 April- 03 July 2013 – dead line to apply 17: Dec 2012
Duration:
3 months
Group:
1 participant from OCG
Language:
English
Required Commitment for MSF CH staff: One year
Application:
[email protected],
[email protected], [email protected]
Target group
Experienced Heads of Missions
Cell Manager
Course Description
The NISC was set up in 2000 by the GCSP in response to the rapidly changing security
environment, to address the broader peace and security agenda.
The aim can be described as followed:
To understand and interpret the complex new peace and security challenges that are faced
today.
To respond cooperatively and effectively in security and crisis situations, based upon the
ethos of human security and multilateral, multicultural teamwork engendered throughout
the Course.
Key words
Geopolitics, security & policymaking
Learning objectives
This Course aims to prepare participants for enhanced policy planning, decision-making
and practical implementation in a range of complex and interlinked peace and security
situations.
At the end of the training the participants should be able to:
Develop critical thinking: The aim throughout this Course is to encourage
critical thinking and analysis and the formulation of independent, wellinformed opinion.
Apply practical skills: the Course aims to develop participants' skills in
responding to challenges, through a variety of exercises in the area of
communication, policy planning and writing policy briefs, negotiating,
planning complex operations, team work.
Use cooperative problem-solving skills: Global peace and security can be
pursued more effectively through cooperative problem-solving and
teamwork. The Course deliberately builds in opportunities to work in
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small, diverse groups, eliciting collective responses based on the specific
skills, knowledge and experience of each individual group member.
Have broader cross-cultural understanding and espect: One of the
strengths of the course is the diversity of its participants in terms of
nationality and professional experience, and the learning opportunities
this provides, both in- and outside the classroom.
Course content
Changing Face of Security and Violence
o
o
o
Human Security and the Sources of Insecurity
Competing Approaches to Security
Global Dynamics and Geopolitics
From Conflict Management to State Building
o
Preventing and Resolving Conflict
o
Peace Operations and Peacebuilding
Anticipating and Managing Regional Crises
o
The Middle East and Africa
o
Central Asia, South Asia and India
o
Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia and China
Responding to Transnational Threats
o
Tackling Terrorism
o
Addressing Proliferation
o
Stemming Organised Crime
Media Exercise
Negotiation/Mediation Exercise
Teaching Methods
Diverse academic, professional, practical and operational methods prepare the participants
both to understand and to respond more effectively to dynamic and complex situations.
Core teaching by GCSP faculty
Guest seminars by experts
Skill development exercises
Trips to specialized agencies in Geneva and outside of Switzerland
Alumni Security Policy meeting
More information on:
on:
http://www.gcsp.ch/e/publications/NISC-brochure-2007.pdf
http://www.gcsp.ch/e/training/NISC/2008/curriculum.htm
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Humanitarian Negotiators Training Course (HNTC)
Level:
Management level 3
Place/ Organizer:
Berlin
(Germany)
/The
Center
for
International
Humanitarian
Cooperation (CIHC)
Date:
21-27 April 2013
Duration:
1 week
Group:
1-2 participants from OCG
Course fees:
2 rates: 1600 USD (with academic credit), 900 USD (without)
Language:
English
Required Commitment for MSF CH: One year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
group
Junior Heads of Mission & MedCo
Field coordinator with one or two field experiences
Course Description
The Humanitarian Negotiators Training Course is a 7-day residential course for people with
experience in humanitarian work and negotiation. This course prepares aid workers, who
are often faced with the need to negotiate access to prisoners, refugees, and internally
displaced persons (IDPs), as well as negotiate in a hostile and dangerous environment for
the delivery of humanitarian assistance.
Key words
words
Negotiation, International Humanitarian Law, Security & access issues
Learning objectives
At the end of the training the participants should be able to:
refine and enrich their experience of the different techniques of
negotiation
react and communicate in dynamic conflicts, analyze the situation, and
effectively reach an agreement between the parties,
master a legal toolbox,
act accordingly during hostage negotiations,
examine case studies and review all the humanitarian actors involved.
Although MSF is having its own risk reduction & management policy of critical incidents, this
course will be beneficial to participants through an exposure to other expertise.
Course content
Topics covered include:
Law, Ethics, Human Rights and Negotiation
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International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law; The 1949 Geneva
Conventions and their 1977 Additional Protocols
Charter of the United Nations and Statute of the International Court of
Justice
Principles of International Law
Regional Policies and Procedures
Ethical Issues and Codes of Conduct
Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Human rights, International
Humanitarian Law, and the Humanitarian Worker
Negotiation Techniques
Peace Accords
Security and Access
Teaching Methods
It will include workshops, specific case studies, inter-active role play, and by sharing their
own experiences.
More information on:
on:
http://www.cihc.org/hntc
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Summer Programme on International Affairs and
Multilateral Governance
Level:
Management level 3
Place/ Organizer:
Geneva (Switzerland)/ The graduate Institute, Admission’s
Date:
24 June – 12 July, 2013 (dead line to apply April 15th)
Duration:
3 weeks
Group:
1-2 participants from OCG
Coure fees:
3800 CHF + accommodation
Language:
English
Required Commitment for MSF CH staff: One year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
Target group
Junior Heads of Mission, Experienced Field Coordinators
Course Description
The programme in international affairs and multilateral governance takes participants to the
heart of international policy-making: it provides participants with a combination of
academic expertise and practical experience on issues of economic integration, human
rights and humanitarian actions, health and environment.
Key words
International affairs, global issues, roles & mandates of international bodies
Learning objectives
At the end of the training the participants should be able to:
Understand stakes around global health issues, international financing
mechanisms
Upgrade knowledge on roles & mandates of international bodies
Integrate humanitarian assistance reflection in a broader international
context
Course content
Global management of transnational issues such as health and the
environment
International discussions and negotiations on Intellectual Property Rights
and international health regulations
Update on finance mechanisms such as the Global Fund for Aids,
Tuberculosis and Malaria or UNITAID
International efforts to respond to global warming
o
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Analysis of the importance and role of the Kyoto protocol will
o
Issue of access to water
Interactions between states and individuals within an increasingly
legalized international context
International efforts to control the spread of weapons as well as on
mechanisms for conflict resolution between states
Roles & mandates of international organizations / Red Cross, UNHCR, UN
Council of Human Rights, UN Security Council and UN General Assembly,
International Court of Justice
Roles of NGOs and private initiatives (humanitarian assistance, protection
of individual rights and promotion of human security)
Teaching Methods
Methods
Lectures, Cases studies, Group works, literature review and panels with experts
More information on:
on:
http://graduateinstitute.ch/Jahia/site/iheid/cache/offonce/lang/en/teaching/programmes/
summer/international-affairs;jsessionid=D18E7267455FE64AC9EAFE1033ABE0ED
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Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance
Level:
Management level 3
Place/ Organizer:
Liverpool (UK)/ The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM)
Date:
11 March – 19 April 2013
Duration:
6 weeks
Group:
1-2 participants from OCG
Course fees:
2250 GBP + accommodation
Language:
English
Required Commitment for MSF CH staff: One year
Application: [email protected],
[email protected] [email protected]
Target group
Field Coordinator, Medical Coordinator and Heads of mission
University degree or equivalent professional qualification or experience. Applications are
welcome from persons working with governmental, international and non-governmental
organisations, as well as other individuals preparing for, or currently engaged in,
humanitarian work. Care is taken in selection of students to ensure an appropriate mix of
skills and experience consistent with the multidisciplinary nature of the course.
Programme Objectives
To provide humanitarian workers with the awareness, understanding and
skills essential for effective action as individuals and as members of a team.
To identify and promote standards of good practice in humanitarian
responses.
To encourage cooperation and dialogue between governmental, non-
governmental, national and international agencies involved in humanitarian action.
To examine strategies for early warning and prevention of humanitarian
crises.
To create a more effective synergy between emergency humanitarian
interventions and programmes promoting sustainable development.
Format
This is an intensive, multidisciplinary programme designed to encourage students from a
variety of backgrounds and experiences to interact in a stimulating learning environment in
which they will develop individual and team skills. The carefully constructed curriculum
combining core and specialist modules enables students to explore the essential issues
relevant to all humanitarian workers, whatever their professional background, and to select
a specialist module which will provide them with a deeper understanding of an area of
special interest.
Teaching methods include lectures, case studies, seminars, practical exercises and
scenarios. Students are assessed as individuals and as members of a team.
DHA Structure and Content:
1. Core Module (5
(5 days): The Humanitarian Arena
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Political, Social and Economic context,
Complex Humanitarian Emergencies, Fragile States
Natural Disasters, Global Climate Change, International Humanitarian Law
(IHL) and Human Rights Humanitarian Ethics and Codes of Conduct, The
role of the Media
2. Core Module (5 days): Strategic Planning and Management
Management of Displaced Populations
Team building, motivation and management, Emergency preparedness
and strategic planning Co-ordination; Humanitarian Reform
Minimum standards - The Sphere Project, Cross cultural communication
skills, Gender issues; vulnerable groups in displaced populations, Working
with
local
services
and
communities,
Project
proposals,
reports,
fundraising Humanitarian workers: health; career development; security
3. Core Module (5 days): Process towards stability
stability and sustainable development
The role of the military in humanitarian interventions, Peacekeeping,
peace-building
and
peace-making,
Repatriation
and
reintegration;
Tracing, Post conflict rehabilitation and demobilization; Child Soldiers,
Managing
the
transition
to
sustainable
development,t
Economic
stabilization and sustainable livelihoods, Exit strategies in humanitarian
assistance programmes
4. Specialist Options (10 days): Participants choose one of the following modules running in
parallel:
Health in Emergencies
Public Health and Communicable Disease Control; Food and Nutrition;
Reproductive Health; HIV/AIDS;
Sexual violence; Torture;
Mental Health.
Technical Support
Logistics;
Environmental Health; Water and Sanitation;
Vector Control; Communications
Policy and advocacy
Political analysis of complex emergencies; Practical application of
International Law;
Humanitarian interventions,
speaking out, and the Media;
Advocacy Strategies
Civil Society, networking and community mobilisation
5. Core Module (5 days): Synthesis and Assessments
Humanitarian emergency scenario exercises working in multidisciplinary teams Individual
Assessments and Team Presentations
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NGO Forum
Many leading NGOs actively recruit graduates of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
The NGO forum is a ‘careers fair’ that includes short presentations by NGOs followed by an
‘open forum’ session in which individual students meet with NGO representatives for more
detailed discussion, including advice regarding employment opportunities and application
procedures. The following NGOs regularly participate: Concern, Goal, IMC, Medair, Medecins
du Monde, MSF, Merlin, Oxfam, SC(UK), VSO.
DHA Faculty:
The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine is recognised worldwide for its work in promoting
health in developing countries.
The University of Liverpool:
Liverpool
The School of Politics and Communication Studies brings expertise on political aspects of
complex emergencies, sustainable development, political and ethnic violence, and the role
and responsibilities of the media in humanitarian interventions.
The School
School of Law has an international reputation in providing specialist training in the Law
of War and International Humanitarian Law.
Bioforce Development Institute (France) is a centre for professional training and human
resources management, specialising in International Aid which are particularly adapted to the
needs of professionals in the field: logistics, administration, project management, vehicle
fleet management, water and sanitation.
Mango (Management Accounting for NGOs) provides practical financial management training
for NGO staff working in development and humanitarian aid.
Experts from ICRC, Merlin, MSF, Oxfam, Save the Children (UK) and other leading NGOs and
international organisations also contribute to the DHA faculty.
How do I apply?
Information and application forms are available at:
http://www.lstmliverpool.ac.uk/learning_teaching/post_grad/DiplHumAssis.htm
For information on Student Welfare and Accommodation see:
http://www.lstmliverpool.ac.uk/learning_teaching/student_registry/welfare_accom.htm
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PRACTICAL INFORMATION
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Administrative Information
In Geneva, the participants will stay most of the time at the Drake Longchamp hotel (, 7 rue
Butini, 1202 Geneva) or hotel de Genève (1, place Isaac-Mercier, 1201 Geneva) and the
training will take place in Maison des Associations (15 rue des Savoises, few tram stations
from the hotel).
Accommodation:
Accommodation:
2 participants per room
Rooms with bathroom (towels and bed sheets are provided), TV,
telephone, hair dryer, safe and minibar
Free internet connection in the lobby
Accommodation costs ONLY are covered by MSF – participants are responsible for any extra
costs like telephone,
telephone, minibar, internet, pressing...
Meals and per diem policy during training:
Breakfast are provided at the hotel
Lunch are always provided during the training course
Dinners: a per diem is provided to cover the dinners – 30 chf per dinner
Weekend: a per diem is provided, 50 chf per day (20 lunch, 30 dinner)
If you have special diet requirements, please advise us
Participants will receive per diem ONLY for the period of the course (from day one, till the
last day).
day). Should they arrive a day before the training and leave after, they need to make
sure that the administrator of their mission gives them a per diem accordingly!!!!
Training policy for national staff
Do not forget to provide them with an “emergency envelope” in order to
cover unexpected costs during their travel
HQ covers the medical and travel insurance
Medical Insurance:
We insure only MSF CH national and international staff coming from the field. Participants
between missions need to make sure that they are properly covered.
Travel arrangement:
If you are on the field, your administrator takes care of your flights
If
you
are
not
on
the
field,
please
contact
[email protected]
If you come with your car, we do not refund petrol, but the equivalent of a
return train ticket from the place you are coming from
Bus tickets are not reimbursed (do not forget to take a free ticket at the
airport)
You will receive a “free public transport card” at the reception of the hotel
for the duration of your stay
Taxi is not reimbursed, except if your departure time is before 8:30 am,
and arrival time after 23:00. In that case keep the receipt
One hour bus ticket costs 3,50 chf or 2,90 euros (the machine accepts
Euros but not all of them give back change)
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Informations Administratives
Lorsque les formations ont lieu à Genève, les participants seront logés la plupart du temps à
l’hôtel Drake Longchamp (7 rue Butini, 1202 Genève) et l’hôtel de Genève (1, place IsaacMercier, 1201 Genève) et la formation aura lieu à la Maison des Associations (15 rue des
Savoises à quelques arrêts de tram).
Hébergement
2 participants par chambre
Chambres avec salle de bain (serviettes de toilette et draps seront
fournis), TV, téléphone, sèche-cheveux, coffre et mini-bar
Connexion internet gratuite possible dans le hall de l’hôtel
SEULS les frais de logement sont couverts par MSF – vous êtes en charge des frais
horshors-logement (téléphone, minimini-bar, laverie, internet…)
internet…)
Repas et politique per diem durant les formations
Les petits-déjeuners sont servis à l’hôtel
Les déjeuners sont toujours pris en charge lors de la formation
Un per diem sera versé pour couvrir les dîners (30 CHF par dîner)
Weekend: un per diem sera versé, 50 CHF par jour (20 CHF/ déjeuner, 30
CHF/ dîner)
Si vous avez un régime alimentaire particulier, mentionnez à l’avance.
Les participants recevront un per diem UNIQUEMENT pendant la période couverte par la
formation (du premier au dernier jour). S’ils
S’ils arrivent avant ou partent un jour après la
formation, ils doivent s’assurer que l’administrateur de leur mission leur a versé le per diem
pour ces joursjours-ci!!!
Politique formation pour le personnel national :
N’oubliez de leur donner une enveloppe « urgence » pour couvrir les
imprévus durant leur voyage.
Le siège prend en charge leur assurance médicale
Couverture médicale :
Seul le personnel national et international MSFCH arrivant du terrain sont couverts. Les
personnes entre mission sont responsables de leur propre couverture.
Transport
Si vous êtes sur le terrain, votre administrateur doit organiser votre
transport.
Si
vous
n’êtes
pas
sur
le
terrain,
contactez
[email protected]
Si vous venez en voiture, nous vous rembourserons l’équivalent d’un
billet de train A/R en 2ème classe
Les tickets de bus ne sont pas remboursés (n’oubliez pas de prendre un
ticket gratuit depuis l’aéroport)
Vous recevrez “un passe transport public gratuit” à la réception de l’hôtel
pour la durée de votre séjour.
Les taxis ne sont pas remboursés, sauf si votre départ se fait avant
8.30am, et votre arrivée après 23.00pm. Gardez vos reçus (à présenter
lors du remboursement).
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Coût du ticket de bus valable une heure: 3,50 CHF ou 2,90 Euros (la
machine accepte les Euros mais elles ne rendent pas toutes pas la
monnaie !!!)
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How to get to MSF CH office:
Médecins sans Frontières
78, rue de Lausanne, 1202 Genève
Tel.+ 41 (0)22 849 84 84
84 // Fax. + 41 (0)22 849 84 88
From the airport
Geneva airport offers a free ticket, valid 80 minutes throughout the “Tout Genève” Zone. You
can get the free ticket from the automatic distributor, located at the luggage claim area, just
before going through customs. Keep your boarding pass to prove you were flying in the
same day in case of control.
City maps are available at the information desk, at the arrival level
Take a direct train from the airport to the Geneva main station “Cornavin”
(10 mn)
Take bus n°5 until the Geneva main station “Cornavin” (20 mn)
If you have forgotten to take the free ticket the price is: 3,50 CHF (or 2,90
Euros,
Euros the ticket distributor accepts Euros but be aware that it does not
always give change!)
From the station
Next to the train station, starts “Rue de Lausanne”. The office is 8 mn walking distance or
take the tramway n°15 direction “Nations” and get off at stop “Butini” (2 stops from the
station). The stop is in front of the office.
Price “Short trip”: 2 CHF (or 1, 70 Euros the ticket distributor accepts
Euros but be aware that it does not always give change!)
De l’aéroport
L’aéroport de Genève offre un ticket gratuit valide 80 minutes, sur toute la zone « Tout
Genève ». Vous pouvez retirer votre ticket au distributeur automatique situé en salle de
réception
des
bagages,
juste
avant
de
passer
la
douane.
Gardez
votre
carte
d’embarquement, à présenter lors du retrait du ticket afin de prouver que vous avez voyagé
ce même jour.
Des plans de la ville sont disponibles au bureau “Information” dans la zone des
“Arrivées”.
Prendre un train jusqu’à la gare centrale « Cornavin » (10 mn)
Prendre le bus n°5 jusqu’à la gare centrale « Cornavin » (20 mn)
Si vous avez oublié de prendre le ticket gratuit, le prix est: 3,50 CHF ou
2,90 Euros (la machine accepte les Euros mais ne rend pas toujours la
monnaie !!!)
De la gare
la Rue du Lausanne commence au niveau de la gare. Vous pouvez marcher (8mn env.) ou
vous pouvez prendre le tramway n°15
n°15 en direction de « Nations » et descendre à l’arrêt
« Butini ». L’arrêt est en face du bureau.
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Prix “Saut de Puce” : 2 CHF ou 1, 70 Euros (la machine accepte les Euros
mais ne rend pas toujours la monnaie !!!)
MSF – rue de Lausanne 78
Hotel Drake Longchamp,
7 rue Butini, 1202 Genève
Gare Centrale Cornavin /Main
Station Cornavin
Hotel de Genève, 1, place
Isaac-Mercier, 1201 Geneva
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