DO NO HARM - TRAINING OF TRAINERS
We want to do good, but we have to be careful not to cause the opposite.
Since 1994, numerous people developed the Do no Harm approach from working praxis. They were mainly active in development and humantitarian aid. Since 2001 a number of peace organisations also adopted the approach and integrated it into their work.
WHAT ARE THE OBJECTIVES?
The learning objectives are:
→ to improve the training skills of participants
→ to familiarise participants with the methodology (case study teaching in particular) and exercises for conducting various formats of Do no harm-Workshops
→to practice as a team of participants the format of a one-day Do no harm-Introductory Workshop in a real-life application.
WHAT ARE THE CONTENTS?
The Do no harm-Training of Trainers consists of two parts—the training itself and a practical application.After a session on the first evening, the training will start with a full-day Do no harm-Introductory Workshop which will serve as model. On the following days this model training design will be reflected and practiced by the participants in small groups. The revised "Do no harm-Training of Train-ers Manual" will be issued but participants will be invited to develop their own adaptations and new ways of teaching Do no harm.Additionally participants will gain an overview of selected learning theories, principles of adult education as well as selected training concepts like Action Learning. The practical application is essential for the learning pro-cess and will be accompanied by the trainers. Participants will prepare and conduct as a team their own one-day Do no harm-Introductory Workshop with a real external audience in Berlin.The ToT concludes with an evaluation of the practical applica-tion and subsequent inputs by the trainers to further improve the training skills of the participants. Upon completion a cer-tificate as Do no harm-Trainer will be issued.
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