- About us
Shelter Training is a sector resource comprising of all the publicly available training related to shelter and reconstruction, after conflicts and disasters.
Upcoming training events related to the sector can be found in Sector Events.
CORE is a training programme, funded by ECHO and DFID, which consists of Training of Trainers (ToT) and Workshop training programmes. It offers for the first time the opportunity for all humanitarian stakeholders worldwide to agree and deliver together the same introductory humanitarian technical training, carrying the messages of the CCCM, Early Recovery, Emergency Shelter, Protection and Wash clusters of the IASC, as a foundation to humanitarian capacity building, DDR and national resilience.
For more information on upcoming training programmes click here.
Open source materials
Sample training agenda
A sample training outline can be found here. This is an open source (free to use) resource and intended to be a platform to aide the creation and development of training.
Shelter training toolkit
In addition to the collection of materials from other agencies, Shelter Centre has prepared a course of modular open-source training materials, called the Shelter Training Toolkit (STT), that are consistent with the technical materials developed for both the IASC Global Shelter Cluster and IFRC.
The session modules in the Shelter Training Toolkit can be downloaded from here, with supporting information.
This sector resource is structured into a 5-day course, however the modules may be selected and adapted for use in:
- operations, as part of capacity building and workshops supporting skills development, coordination and strategy consultation;
- regions, as part of career development and contingency planning processes;
- headquarters, as part of institutional capacity development; and
- inter-sector training, to inform understandings of shelter, settlement and reconstruction in other sectors or respons.
Other training organisations
The following is an alphabetical list of related training organizations: