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The Humanitarian Passport Initiative

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Catherine Russ

on 22 October 2013

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Transcript of The Humanitarian Passport Initiative

The Humanitarian Passport Initiative
What is currently happening?
The existence of a globally applicable and coherent system for the humanitarian sector to capture, recognise and certify the skills, learning and development of aid workers
Explosion of education and training
Huge increase in training programmes and workshops (most not recognised qualifications)
Increase in masters degrees
Growth in e-learning
Inequalities of distribution and access
Competency frameworks
Agency based (UN, IFRC, INGOs)
Essential humanitarian competencies (CBHA emerging as global)
Technical (clusters)
Academic (NOHA/US emergency and public health)
Trainers (RedR, Bioforce, training providers' forum)
Validation and accreditation
Credit rating of courses through partnerships with universities
Accreditation through recognised bodies such as CILT, EdExcel, LINGOS
Validation of experience - using competency frameworks - CBHA
Professional associations/communities
PHAP
HLA
Online communities (LinkedIn, Facebook etc)
WADEM
HPN and others
INNSA
Networks and collaboration
ALNAP
NOHA - EUPRHA
HHI & PHAP
ECB
CBHA
ACFID
IHSA
ICVA
ELRHA
HPA
Coordination Sud
Mapping the system (ELRHA)
Training and education providers
Professional standards
Gaps
Career pathways
Community consultation
Humanitarian Passport
Database of courses and providers
Assessment centres
Assurance
mechanism
Employers
Training and education providers
Partners and governance
Project partners
ELRHA
RedR
Bioforce
Pearson
P-HAP
Nutrition Cluster/UCL
CILT/HLA
The Humanitarian Leadership Academy
People In Aid
Global reference group
ICRC
WFP
IFRC
British Red Cross
CBHA
HPA
UNOCHA
Tufts University
IAWG
ACFID
A global professional development framework for humanitarian workers is developed, tested and ready for application
Quality assurance system for individuals and L&D providers is developed, tested and ready for scale up
Learning and development passport system is developed, tested and ready for scale up
Identification of appropriate body in the sector or agreement to create new body to act as the guardian of the professional development framework
Business case for the scale-up of a self-sustaining system to benefit the humanitarian sector
Pilot
Evidence
Global
engagement
Ready for
global scale-up
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