Humanitarian Training

Train With Redr Australia

Train with RedR Australia

The delivery of humanitarian assistance after disasters and emergencies is complex
and complicated.

People whose lives are shattered by natural disasters or conflict deserve the best possible assistance, delivered by professionals able to respond quickly. 

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.

We continue to be the preferred training provider for Australian Government staff and the NGO community, attracting participants from all over the world. Our training courses are a prerequisite for people seeking to join the RedR Australia Standby Register for deployment on UN and other emergency response field missions.

Who are our courses for?

  • skilled professionals who want to participate in emergency humanitarian work
  • organisations wanting to send staff or volunteers to areas affected by crisis
  • technical experts or consultants who want to apply their skills in a humanitarian context
  • aid workers who wish to enhance their skills
  • aid workers hoping to contribute to development projects where safety and security could be an issue

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, giving you the skills to respond quickly in an humanitarian emergency.

We also provide customised training for non-government organisations, UN agencies, government organisations and other interested parties.

Who are our trainers?

Our courses are facilitated by our in-house team and other highly experienced international trainers. As humanitarian aid specialists, they have worked for UN agencies and a range of humanitarian organisations. RedR Australia’s trainers bring with them many years of field and operational experience in both natural disasters and complex emergencies associated with conflict.

Where are the courses run?

Located at Dookie, near Shepparton, Victoria, our residential courses provide a range of learning experiences, including scenarios and field exercises.

Important information for international participants:

If you will be travelling from another country to attend a RedR Australia training course you may need a visa to enter Australia. The visa application process can often take longer than one month.

Please consider looking into the visa application procedure prior to applying for RedR training courses.

Information for visa applications can be found on the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website or from the Australian Consular located within your country.

Please note that RedR Australia is unable to assist with obtaining your visa.

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    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.

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