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The International Peace and Development Training Centre (IPDTC) announces an Advanced Certificate Proram Training in Making Prevention, Early Warning & Peacebuilding Effective: Lessons Learned, What Works in the Field and Core Skills for practitioners, government leadership, UN Mission and Agency staff, and national and international experts. The programme, held at IPDTC’s Global Academy, is an in-depth, advanced level training assisting governments, inter-governmental organisations and agencies in the field to draw upon front of the field lessons learned in developing effective early warning and prevention systems, and drawing upon practical experiences and real situation case-studies to identify critical lessons and challenges in peacebuilding and prevention. The programme will assist practitioners and their oragnisations, agencies and missions to develop a roster of measures, tools and approaches to make early warning, peacebuilding and prevention work more effectively on the ground in participants own contexts.
Relevant, Operational, Practical
Prevention, Early Warning and Peacebuilding offers participants an intensive, stimulating and challenging environment with experienced practitioners and policy makers from the UN, governments, and local, national and international agencies and organizations from around the world. This allows participants to learn together with practitioners from multiple conflict contexts, agencies, and levels of operation and engagement. Staff of the International Peace and Development Training Centre (IPDTC) and PATRIR’s Department of Peace Operations provide tailored support to assist participants in enhancing in-depth knowledge, applied skills and customized approaches relevant for their needs and contexts. The programme also assists review, development and strengthening of national and organizational strategies and early warning and prevention systems, tools and approaches.
IPDTC programmes have been provided in over 40 countries to more than 3000 senior experts, practitioners, policy makers, government decision-makers and UN staff.
For more information or to apply please write to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply on-line at www.patrir.ro/training