In order to participate in international training or being deployed with GRC on an international mission, the following online training must be completed. Training certificates need to be uploaded to DRK HRnet (www.drkhrnet.de).
These courses can be accessed through the RCRC Learning Platform (www.ifrc.org/learning-platform). Registration, access to and use of the Learningd Platform is open and free. In case of questions or problems please contact support.learning(at)ifrc.org.
I. World of Red Cross and Red Crescent (WORC)
WORC introduces to the fundamental elements of the RCRC Movement. It is made up of several modules covering subjects such as history, structure, principles, emblem, accountability, etc. and outlines the rules of the different components of the RCRC Movement.
II. Code of Conduct
This course introduces the Staff Code of Conduct document, its purpose and main concepts as well as the related reporting and disciplinary processes.
III. Stay Safe – Personal Security
The aim of the course is to provide basic security preparation for those personnel travelling or being deployed to the field.
IV. Principles and Rules for Red Cross and Red Crescent Humanitarian Assistance
This course intends to increase awareness and promote compliance with the Principles and Rules that govern National Societies and the IFRC in international humanitarian assistance.
V. Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Aid
Corruption is a major challenge in humanitarian assistance as it deprives those we seek to assist of essential live-saving resources. The goal of this course is to reduce the overall risk of corruption by giving learners an understanding of the problem through scenario-based exercises where the consequences of their choices will be revealed.
VI. Child Protection at the IFRC
The course covers three key areas: an overview of Child Protection, Responding and Reporting, and Taking Action. All actors need to be involved in preventing and responding holistically to the risks and vulnerabilities that affect girls and boys in crises.
VII. Gender equality in programme planning - "Different needs, equal opportunities"
This course serves as an introduction to the guidance contained within the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Gender Handbook on the integration of gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls across the humanitarian programme cycle.
VIII. Sharing the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement on Social Media
The objective of this course is to support response personnel in developing their social media and communication plans.