Red-R updated training programme 2000

Conditions and fees

Registration form (downloadable in Word 6 format)


Updated Training Programme 2000

The purpose of RedR training is to improve the competence of relief personnel,

thereby contributing to the relief of suffering caused by disasters

This form refers to the training page on the RedR web site www.redr.org and the RedR training brochure ‘Effective Preparation for Relief Workers’.

If you do not already have a copy of the brochure, please contact the office. The application procedure along with the fee rate is detailed overleaf.

For all courses, registration is on the evening of the first date indicated but the first date is not counted for fees purposes.

Code Course Duration Location Dates
2001 Electricity 2 days RSME,

Chatham, Kent UK

28 –- 30 Jan

Fri – Sun

2002 REFUGEES, AGENCIES AND RELIEF WORKERS 5 days Leiston Abbey

Suffolk UK

11 – 16 Feb

Fri – Wed

2003 PROJECT SUPPORT IN EMERGENCIES

(Priority will be given to those applying for the full 9-day course).

Module 1 – Logistics

Module 2 – Health Centre Design & Support

Module 3 – Security and Communications

Module 4 – Operation of Plant, Electrical Equipment

9 days

2.5 days

1.5 days

2.5 days

2 days

Fire Service College

Gloucestershire UK

17 – 26 March

17 – 20 Fri – Mon

20 – 21 Mon – Tue

22 – 24 Wed – Fri

24 – 26 Fri – Sun

2004 REFUGEES, AGENCIES AND RELIEF WORKERS 5 days Dovedale House,

Derbyshire UK

31 March – 5 April

Fri – Wed

2005 Environmental health module 1

INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH IN EMERGENCIES

3 days WTI Burn Hall

York, Yorkshire, UK

13 – 16 April

Thur - Sun

2006 NEEDS ASSESSMENT WORKSHOP 3 days Westhill, Uni of Birmingham

Birmingham UK

6 – 9 April

Thur - Sun

2009 MANAGING PEOPLE & PROJECTS 3 days To be confirmed

Nairobi, Kenya

April

Tbc

2007 Environmental health module 2

eMERGENCY SANITATION AND VECTOR CONTROL

3 days Clare Farm

Cambridgeshire UK

18 – 21 May

Thur - Sun

2018 SECURITY AND COMMUNICATIONS: MANAGEMENT LEVEL 3 days To be confirmed

UK

June

Tbc

2008 Security and CommunicAtions 3 days To be confirmed

UK

June

Tbc

2010 Environmental health module 3

WATER SUPPLY TREATMENT AND DISTRIBUTION

3 days Surrey University

Surrey UK

6 –9 July

Thur - Sun

2011 Construction in emergencies 3 days Clare Farm

Cambridgeshire UK

7 – 10 Sept

Thur – Sun

2019 SECURITY AND COMMUNICATION 3 days To be confirmed

UK

Sept

Tbc

2012 Environmental health module 4

WATER SOURCES

2 days Silsoe College

Bedfordshire UK

21 – 23 Sept

Thur – Sat

2013 Refugees, agencies and relief workers 5 days Leiston Abbey

Suffolk UK

27 Sep – 2 Oct

Wed – Mon

2014 Training for trainerS 2 days To be confirmed

UK

Oct tbc
2015 project support in emergencies

(Priority will be given to those applying for the full 9-day course).

Module 1 – Logistics

Module 2 – Health Centre Design & Support

Module 3 – Security and Communications

Module 4 – Operation of Plant, Electrical Equipment

9 days

2.5 days

1.5 days

2.5 days

2 days

Fire Service College

Gloucestershire UK

13 – 22 Oct

13 – 16 Fri – Mon

16 – 17 Mon – Tues

18 – 20 Wed – Fri

20 – 22 Fri – Sun

2016 5 days Leiston Abbey

Suffolk UK

7 – 12 Nov

Tues – Sun

2017 Managing people & projects 3 days Leiston Abbey

Suffolk UK

7 – 10 Dec

Thur – Sun

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Conditions and fees

 

Applying for courses…

Please note that we operate a priority system for allocating training places which is as follows:

  • Applicants who are working in relief, or about to take an assignment in relief work, including RedR members
  • Other RedR members
  • Potential RedR members and applicants with an interest in relief work

Within these categories places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

How to pay…

1. Please send in a separate application form and cheque for each individual course you wish to attend.

2. On receipt of your completed application form and cheque, a letter will be sent to you acknowledging your application.

  • If your name is placed on a waiting list we will retain your cheque at this stage.
  • If any places become available, you will be notified as soon as possible, at least three weeks before the course begins.
  • In the event that no place becomes available, your cheque will be destroyed.

3. Please mark the course code on the back of the cheque and make cheques payable to

4. RedR–Engineers for Disaster Relief

5. If you are applying for a course more than five months in advance please post-date the cheque to the first day of the month in which the course is run.

6. If your organisation is paying your fees, include on the form the organisation’s name and address and the name of the person to be invoiced.

7. Cheques will be cashed ten days before the course begins

Fees…

RedR’s aim is to make training available to people who need it and not just those who can afford it. The following fee structure has been developed to help us achieve this aim.

Fees include tuition, accommodation and all meals:

Registration on a course is subject to receipt of payment

Cancellations will be accepted up until two weeks before the course begins. After that date no refunds are given.

If you wish to attend any of the training courses, please complete the application form (click here to download it in Word 6 format) and return it with a cheque made out for the correct amount to Samantha Clark,

RedR, 1 Gt. George St, London SW1P 3AA (Fax 0171 233 3590). E-mail trainingatredr.demon.co.uk

 

If you wish to apply for more than one course photocopy this form and attach a separate copy to each cheque

Up to date information on RedR training courses, as well as application forms, are also available on the RedR web site.


RedR – Engineers for Disaster Relief relieves suffering in disasters by selecting, training and providing competent and effective personnel to humanitarian relief agencies world-wide.