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Train With Redr Australia
Why train with RedR Australia?
RedR Australia is internationally recognised as a provider of quality humanitarian training. We have been training humanitarian workers since 1998, working with UNHCR eCentre, WFP and UNICEF as well as the NGO community to provide training in Australia and throughout the Asia Pacific.
Our Registered Training Organisation offers several accredited courses aimed at humanitarian aid/emergency response professionals and other relevant sectors. Participants can choose to do the accredited version of courses and gain an Australian recognised qualification or to complete the course content without submitting assessments.
Who are our courses for?
Our training is tailored to people who work within the humanitarian, emergency services and not for profit sectors; particularly those who want to become involved in training and assessment, on the job mentoring or public speaking. We also cater to those seeking to gain qualifications in these areas to recognise their previously acquired skills and knowledge through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
About our training
We are committed to the training concepts of adult learning. Our training uses a range of methods including lectures, group work, individual reflection, role plays, simulation exercises and videos. We focus on realistic scenarios that provide a practical learning experience.
Recognition of Prior Learning
We provide guided access to Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). This means that we will support and mentor you through any RPL process, not simply give you the paperwork and let you work it out. So if you think you already have the skills and knowledge for your chosen units, ask us about undertaking RPL to gain accreditation.
Where are the courses run?
Delivered at the Engineers Australia office at 600 Bourke St in Melbourne, our residential courses are easily accessed by public transport. We can also deliver these courses in other states and territories on demand.
We can conduct “in house” delivery for organisations that would like us to deliver to their staff at their chosen venue. If you have a training need for five or more staff then this method may be more cost effective than sourcing training programs from our training calendar offerings and the course can be delivered at a time and date that suits your organisation. Please contact us to find out more.
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Courses in Feb 2017
Courses on 16th February 2017
Our training enables aid workers to be highly competent in an emergency setting. We provide the skills to assess a humanitarian situation and apply big picture solutions. For example, a water and sanitation specialist needs to look not just at environmental health solutions, but also understand other issues such as hygiene promotion and protection implications. We train professional aid workers to see the overall goal of minimising suffering and loss of life.