Customised Training

We can tailor and develop training content for your organisation

RedR Australia provides a flexible ‘customised training’ service where we develop specialised content or tailor our existing content for your organisation's training objectives upon request. We have provided specialised training courses, lectures or presentations for many organisations working in emergencies drawing upon the wealth of expertise of our in-house training team and extensive associate trainers.

Our training program is expanding as we regularly review and refine our courses, develop new courses that address current humanitarian concerns and challenges. We can create new content to suit a client's needs. Please visit ‘Humanitarian training courses’ to get an idea of some of the content we can tailor specifically for your organisation.

RedR Australia works closely with clients to ensure that the appropriate training team profile is built around the curriculum and the needs and expectation of course participants.

RedR Australia's clients have included:

  • ACFID
  • Australian Civil Military Centre
  • Australian Federal Police
  • Act for Peace
  • Architects without Borders
  • AusAID
  • AusMAT (Australian Medical Assistance Team) Western Australia and Northern Territory
  • Australian Defence Association
  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Baptist World Aid
  • Caritas
  • CBM
  • Centre of Excellence – Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance
  • Charles Darwin University
  • Child Fund Australia
  • ECPAT International
  • Engineers Without Borders
  • International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
  • James Cook University (Public Health)
  • Mission Aviation Fellowship
  • Nossal Institute
  • Oxfam Australia
  • Plan International
  • RMIT
  • Save the Children
  • Scope Global
  • Singapore International Foundation Conference
  • Tear Fund
  • The Alfred
  • UN OCHA
  • UNHCR eCentre
  • UNICEF, Disaster Aid Australia
  • University of Melbourne
  • University of Sydney (Public Health)
  • Vanuatu National Disaster Management Office
  • Victorian Department of Health and Human Services
  • VIDA (Volunteering for International Development from Australia)
  • World Vision Australia