ENTRi Training Courses

ENTRi courses are accessible to individuals either going to or already working in crisis management missions for organisations such as the European Union (CSDP missions), the United Nations (UN), the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), and the African Union (AU). The courses are funded by the European Commission, including costs for board and lodging. In the case of pre-deployment courses (with the exception of HEAT courses) international travel will also be covered.

ENTRi courses are not designed to replace any existing courses that governments and sending institutions organise to prepare individuals for possible deployment in crisis management operations. Instead, ENTRi has been created to foster the harmonisation of European and international approaches to capacity-building. The added value for training organisations is that ENTRi seeks to facilitate and strengthen the opportunities for institutions to implement training together as well as to share experiences, trainers, and expertise.

Currently offered:


International Standards for the Protection of Individuals and Groups: A training Course for Field Officers Working on Human Rights

The 8-day intensive "International Standards for the Protection of Individuals and Groups:
A Training Course for Field Officers Working on Human Rights"

course is designed to:

  • Deepen and refresh the participants’ knowledge of International Human Rights Law and of other bodies of International Law aimed at the protection of individuals and groups (International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Justice, Refugee Law, international standards pertaining to the protection of IDPs, etc.);
  • Familiarize participants with the institutional aspects related to the establishment and the functioning of Human Rights Field Operations, with particular reference to those organized by the UN and by the EU;
  • Transfer the skills needed to perform the main tasks usually assigned to Human Rights Field Officers (Monitoring, Fact Finding, Reporting, Capacity Building, etc.).

Prospective participants must already have basic knowledge of international human rights law and preferably of international humanitarian law and refugee law. Please note that this course is taught in English.

Course place and time:

Place: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Time: 24 January- 1 February 2019

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Candidates are considered who:

  • Can demonstrate a professional link to the topic of the course;
  • Have been selected to / contracted for an international crisis management mission;
  • Have a very good command of the English language (or other(s) as appropriate).

In the selection process, ENTRi ensures that an appropriate gender and nationality balance is reflected in the pool of selected participants. Due consideration is also given to ensure participation of national mission staff, and candidates nominated by EU Member States and other seconding nations.

The courses are co-funded by the European Commission and the ENTRi partners. The following costs are covered by the project:

  • Full board and lodging.

While ENTRi courses are primarily geared toward civilian personnel working in international crisis management missions, police and military candidates are welcome to apply. Please note that course participants from the military are required to cover their own expenses during the course, including accomodation, board, and travel costs.

Implementing Partners:

Scuola Superiore Sant Anna in cooperation with Collge of Law and Goverance Studies, University of Addis Ababa and Centre for European Perspective.

 Application:

The course is open for applications via the link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/HR_2019_Addis

Final date for applications is Sunday 28th of October.

The selection of participants will be done by the ENTRi Secretariat.


Training of Trainers


Successful crisis management, stabilisation and peace support missions rely on the availability of well-prepared experts who can transfer their knowledge and skills to their colleagues and counterparts, who in turn depend on high quality training activities designed for specific purpose. This course recognises that training is critical to the achievement of successful operational outcomes.

 

The key objective of this course is to build in-mission capacities for training purposes, to enhance the ability of missions to adapt to the steadily changing capacity-building requirements of international peace operations and to strengthen in-mission capability to deliver high quality trainings.

 

This training aims to strengthen the didactical and methodological skills of members of international missions in designing and delivering training courses in order to build local capacities.


Course place and time:

Place: Ramallah, Palestine

Time: 17-19 September 2018

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Target audience:

Experts working in crisis management/peace support missions who conduct trainings and coaching sessions as subject matter experts or trainers.

Maximum 16 participants, preferably from international civilian crisis management/peace support missions (OSCE, EU, AU, UN, etc). Experts from NGOs are welcome to apply.


Implementing Partners:


The course is organised by Crisis Management Centre (CMC Finland) in cooperation with École nationale d'administration (ENA).


Learning outcomes:


After completion of the ENTRi ToT, participants should be able to:

  1. Describe how learning theories can be applied to design high impact sessions;
  2. Practice advanced training design skills in preparing sessions on a range of learning topics related to their training courses/sessions;
  3. Reflect on their own training style and their own biases towards different training methods
  4. Upgrade facilitation skills in a range of participatory training activities Refine the delivery of course material based on the guidelines in the ToT Participants Manual relevant to their area of expertise
  5.  Identify course design methods applicable to their training needs;

 Application:

The course is open for applications via the link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/ToT_Ramallah

Final date for applications is Sunday 8th of July

The selection of participants will be done by the ENTRi Secretariat.

Participation Fee:


There is no participation fee. Short-listed candidates will have to cover their own travel expenses.

Full board accommodation (in single rooms) will be provided free of charge.

Course participants from the military are required to cover their own expenses during the course, including accommodation, board and travel costs.

Training of Trainers (Human Rights)

Successful crisis management, stabilisation and peace support missions rely on the availability of well-prepared experts who can transfer their knowledge and skills to their colleagues and counterparts, who in turn depend on high quality training activities designed for specific purpose. This course recognises that training is critical to the achievement of successful operational outcomes.

The key objective of this course is to build in-mission capacities for training purposes, to enhance the ability of missions to adapt to the steadily changing capacity-building requirements of international peace operations and to strengthen in-mission capability to deliver high quality trainings.

This training aims to strengthen the didactical and methodological skills of members of international missions in designing and delivering training courses focused on human rights in order to build local capacities in this field.

This Training of Trainers will focus on the design and delivery of human rights courses. Hence, all activities and exercises conducted during the training will be centered on human rights related issues. To this end, the ENTRi Human Rights Course Package (currently under development) will be used as a training tool.

Course place and time:


Place: Pisa, Italy

Time: 19 September -21 September 2018

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Target audience:

Experts working in crisis management/peace support missions – with a human rights background or function - who conduct trainings and coaching sessions on issues related to human rights as subject matter experts or trainers.

Maximum 15 participants, preferably from international civilian crisis management/peace support missions (OSCE, EU, AU, UN, etc). Experts from NGOs are also welcome to apply.

Implementing Partners:

The course is organised by Scula Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy (www.santannapisa.it)

Learning outcomes:

After completion of the ENTRi ToT, participants should be able to:

-Describe how learning theories can be applied to design high impact sessions;

-Practice advanced training design skills in preparing sessions on a range of learning topics related to their training courses/sessions;

-Reflect on their own training style and their own biases towards different training methods;

-Upgrade facilitation skills in a range of participatory training activities;

-Refine the delivery of course material based on the guidelines in the ToT Participants Manual relevant to their area of expertise;

-Identify course design methods applicable to their training needs;

 Application:

The course is open for applications via the link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/ToT_HR

Final date for applications is Sunday 17th of June

Participation Fee:


There is no participation fee. Short-listed candidates will have to cover their own travel expenses.

Full board accommodation (in single rooms) will be provided free of charge.

Course participants from the military are required to cover their own expenses during the course, including accommodation, board and travel costs.


Other planned courses:

  • Training of Trainers, The Hague (before Feb. 2019)
  • Training of Trainers, East Africa (Jan. 2019)
  • Human Rights, Addis Abeba, (Jan. 2019)
  • Security Sector Reform, (before Feb. 2019)
  • MMA, (before Feb. 2019)



  •  A list of e-learning courses can be found here
  • If you are interested in a broader spectrum of courses please consult the European Commission's Goalkeeper platform here

Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR)Bulgarian Diplomatic Institute (BDI)Centre for European Perspective (CEP)Netherlands Institute of International Relations ClingendaelCrisis Management Centre (CMC)Royal Institute for International Relations (Egmont)L'École Nationale d'Administration (ENA)Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA)Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna (SSSUP)Swiss Expert Pool for Civilian Peace Building (SEP)Stabilisation Unit (SU)Center for International Peace Operations (ZIF)