German Red Cross Trainings and volunteers

Training Programme for International Deployments 2020

Introduction

This training programme is intended for RCRC volunteers, staff and registered members as well as people not affiliated with the RCRC Movement but interested in working with us.

The programme is divided into three parts:

  • Online training
    Everyone is required to complete the online training courses listed before attending a face-to-face training or being deployed on an international mission.
  • Face-to-face training
    Practical training on RCRC Movement structures and response tools as pre-deployment preparation. Scenario-based exercises are used to illustrate key aspects of a mission and our working approach.
  • Refresher and capacity building training
    On-the-job training of trainers for already trained and/or experienced delegates.

The training structure follows the RCRC Movement’s standards. It aims to ensure a common understanding of our work and compliance with the Fundamental Principles, and to mitigate security risks.

Whom are we looking for?

Everyone who meets the requirements of the respective training course, has minimum of two years working experience and is interested in the humanitarian work of the RCRC Movement.

GRC is looking for qualified personnel for short and long-term missions in the following areas of work:

  • Administration
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Information Management
  • Information Technology and Telecommunications
  • Disaster Risk Reduction/Recovery
  • Logistics/Medical Logistics
  • Public Health/Health (various sectors)
  • Relief incl. cash and voucher assistance
  • Food Security and Livelihoods
  • Infection, Prevention and Control
  • Nutrition
  • Protection, Gender and Inclusion
  • Psychosocial Support
  • Shelter
  • Security
  • Communications
  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Where can I find more information?

Interested in joining the German Red Cross delegates’ roster?
Please visit https://www.drk.de/en/be-involved/ to access the regularly updated training programme, current vacancies or international volunteering opportunities.

Step-by-step application guide (in German only) at
https://www.drk.de/hilfe-weltweit/wann-wir-helfen/nothilfe-weltweit-so-hilft-das-drk/werden-sie-eru-delegierter/.

Having problems with DRK HRnet?
For questions relating to DRK HRnet, please contact drkhrnet(at)drk.de.

Miscellaneous
Please note that in the course of 2020 additional trainings might come up. The relevant dates and application details will be shared at https://www.drk.de/en/be-involved/.


Online training

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.
(960 minutes)

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.
(30 minutes)

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.
(240 minutes)

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.
(60 minutes)

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.
(150 minutes)

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.
(30 minutes)

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.
(240 minutes)

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.
(30 minutes)


Face-to-face training

What to expect from the different courses?
The IMPACT course focuses on the role of a delegate working with a National Society and other RCRC Movement partners. It also enhances participants’ knowledge of the different working environments in the RCRC Movement, the response tools for various situations, and further introduces to the values and Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

The ERU Induction Training Health/WASH is a technical surge training which provides a general insight to the RCRC Movement, its response tools and the basics of disaster management. It is designed for participants to develop essential theoretical and practical skills in emergency response as well as health and WASH specific knowledge and mindsets.

Basic training courses are focused either on basic technical knowledge as preparation for an ERU induction training (e.g. water treatment) or exposure of participants to very specific contexts (e.g. outbreak response) through practical exercise.

Advanced training courses offer an opportunity for already trained or experienced delegates to refresh their knowledge/skills, get updated on specific themes and are a platform for exchanging experience.

Language of instruction?
All courses are held in English.

Available seats for other National Societies, IFRC and ICRC?
Each National Society as well as IFRC or ICRC can nominate up to two candidates for each training.

Fees and insurance?
GRC covers training fees, accommodation and full board. Accident insurance and third-party liability insurance during the training, arrival and departure are provided.

Participants are expected to cover their travel costs, except for those currently working as a GRC delegate.


Cancelled(!) Advanced Training – Hygiene and Health Promotion in Emergencies

(Ref-Nr.: 2020-HHPiE)

  • Date: 28 - 31/05/2020
  • Arrival Date: Thursday (afternoon)
  • Departure Date: Sunday (afternoon)
  • Location: Berlin
  • Requirements: ERU Health / WASH induction training or equivalent experience
  • Remarks: Participants are required to complete additional online/distance learning courses and pre-readings prior to the training
  • Application Deadline: 29/03/2020

Contents:

  • New developments in public health in emergencies and outbreak response
  • IFRC Guidelines to Hygiene Promotion in Emergencies
  • Menstrual Hygiene ManagementEpidemic Control for Volunteers
  • Community Based Surveillance/Case Management
  • Engaging stakeholders
  • Working with volunteers, staff and communities
  • Exchange of experience from recent deployments

Training Application:

German residents/nationals or GRC affiliated applicants must apply via DRK HRnet (https://drkhrnet.de) only!

Applications from other National Societies and IFRC/ICRC will be considered if submitted by their International Cooperation or Disaster Management focal point (National Society) or line manager (IFRC/ICRC) at their headquarters via a short e-mail to surge(at)drk.de stating that the application is supported by the management of the sending entity.

For more information and questions regarding training content, please contact surge(at)drk.de.


Cancelled(!) ERU Induction Training – Health incl. FAF

(Ref-Nr.: 2020-ERU-Health)

  • Date: 20 - 30/08/2020
  • Arrival Date: Thursday (afternoon)
  • Departure Date: Sunday (afternoon)
  • Location: Berlin (Please note that the FAF training lasts from 28 - 30/08/2020 and takes place in a different location. A shuttle service to Berlin for final departure is offered by German Red Cross.)
  • Requirements: Medical qualification/profession with minimum 2 years working experience (i.e. Midwife; Nurse: Anaesthesia / ICU / OT / Ward / Paediatric; Physiotherapist; Nutritionist; Public Health; Medical Specialist: General Practitioner / Anaesthesiologist / Gynaecologist / Obstetrician / Orthopaedist / Paediatrician / Surgeon / Psychologist / Psychotherapist; Medical Technical Assistant: Radiology / Laboratory; Pharmacist / Medical Logistician)
  • Remarks: Participants are required to complete additional online/distance learning courses and pre-readings prior to the training; Participants who already had a Safety and Security Training equivalent to FAF are not obliged to attend the FAF training
  • Application Deadline: 21/06/2020

Contents:

  • RCRC Disaster Management (DM) and IFRC Global Response Tools
  • The cluster approach and humanitarian coordination
  • Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) and Sphere standards
  • Vulnerable groups in emergencies
  • Accountability to beneficiaries
  • ERU logistics and the modular ERU approach
  • Exchange of experience from recent deployments
  • Information Management (IM) basics
  • Media training
  • Finance and administration basics
  • Staff health
  • ERU HR management, code of conduct and deployment Procedures
  • Humanitarian ethics / International Humanitarian Law (IHL)

Health specific contents:

  • Public health in emergencies
  • Health ERUs
  • Health care and nursing in emergency response settings
  • Reproductive, maternal, new-born and child health (RMNCH)
  • Paediatrics
  • Hygiene Promotion (HP) and community mobilisation basics
  • WASH and Nutrition
  • Cholera response basics
  • Psychosocial Support in Emergencies (PSSiE)
  • Health Information System (HIS)
  • Interagency Emergency Health Kit (IEHK)
  • Vaccination campaigns
  • Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage (HHWTS)
  • Medical waste management
  • Setting up an emergency clinic
  • Planning of an emergency hospital

First Aid in the Field – Safety and Security (FAF):

  • Pillars of security
  • RCRC security strategies and plans
  • Protective measures in high-risk areas
  • Vehicle safety and security
  • Radio and satellite communication
  • First aid in the field
  • Fire safety
  • Field movement procedures and convoys

Training Application:

German residents/nationals or GRC affiliated applicants must apply via DRK HRnet (https://drkhrnet.de) only!

Applications from other National Societies and IFRC/ICRC will be considered if submitted by their International Cooperation or Disaster Management focal point (National Society) or line manager (IFRC/ICRC) at their headquarters via a short e-mail to surge(at)drk.de stating that the application is supported by the management of the sending entity.

For more information and questions regarding training content, please contact surge(at)drk.de.


Cancelled(!) ERU Induction Training – WASH M15 incl. FAF

(Ref-Nr.: 2020-ERU-WASH-M15)

  • Date: 20 - 30/08/2020
  • Arrival Date: Thursday (afternoon)
  • Departure Date: Sunday (afternoon)
  • Location: Berlin (Please note that the FAF training lasts from 28 - 30/08/2020 and takes place in a different location. A shuttle service to Berlin for final departure is offered by German Red Cross.)
  • Requirements: Basic Training – Water Treatment or equivalent experience
  • Remarks: Participants are required to complete additional online/distance learning courses and pre-readings prior to the training. Participants who already had a Safety and Security Training equivalent to FAF are not obliged to attend the FAF training
  • Application Deadline: 21/06/2020

Contents:

  • RCRC Disaster Management (DM) and IFRC Global Response Tools
  • The cluster approach and humanitarian coordination
  • Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) and Sphere standards
  • Vulnerable groups in emergencies
  • Accountability to beneficiaries
  • ERU logistics and the modular ERU approach
  • Exchange of experience from recent deployments
  • Information Management (IM) basics
  • Media training
  • Finance and administration basics
  • Staff health
  • ERU HR management, code of conduct and deployment Procedures
  • Humanitarian ethics / International Humanitarian Law (IHL)

WASH specific contents:

  • Minimum standards in WASH (Sphere)
  • WHO drinking water guidelines
  • Public health in emergencies/water-related diseases
  • Assessment and site selection
  • WASH ERUs and disaster response kits
  • Hygiene Promotion (HP) and community mobilisation basics
  • Cholera response basics
  • M15 water treatment systems/water purification training
  • Chlorination, water storage and distribution
  • Sanitation basics
  • Drainage basics
  • Vector control basics
  • Water laboratory
  • Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage (HHWTS)
  • Medical waste management
  • Setting up an emergency clinic
  • Planning of an emergency hospital

First Aid in the Field – Safety and Security (FAF):

  • Pillars of security
  • RCRC security strategies and plans
  • Protective measures in high-risk areas
  • Vehicle safety and security
  • Radio and satellite communication
  • First aid in the field
  • Fire safety
  • Field movement procedures and convoys

Training Application:

German residents/nationals or GRC affiliated applicants must apply via DRK HRnet (https://drkhrnet.de) only!

Applications from other National Societies and IFRC/ICRC will be considered if submitted by their International Cooperation or Disaster Management focal point (National Society) or line manager (IFRC/ICRC) at their headquarters via a short e-mail to surge(at)drk.de stating that the application is supported by the management of the sending entity.

For more information and questions regarding training content, please contact surge(at)drk.de.


IMPACT - International Mobilization and Preparation for Action incl. FAF

Cancelled (!) - IMPACT July 2020 (I) - Cancelled (!)

  • Date: 04 - 12/07/2020 (cancelled)
  • Arrival Date: Saturday (morning)
  • Departure Date: Sunday (evening)
  • Location: Berlin (Please note that the FAF training lasts from 18 - 20/09/2020 and takes place in a different location. A shuttle service to Berlin for final departure is offered by German Red Cross.)
  • Remarks: Participants must provide the following Red Cross Red Crescent Learning Platform certificates: “WORC” and “Stay Safe – Personal Security”; Participants who already had a Safety and Security Training equivalent to FAF are not obliged to attend the FAF training
  • Application Deadline: 15/05/2020

Cancelled (!) - IMPACT September 2020 (II) - Cancelled (!)

  • Date: 12 - 20/09/2020
  • Arrival Date: Saturday (morning)
  • Departure Date: Sunday (evening)
  • Location: Berlin (Please note that the FAF training lasts from 18 - 20/09/2020 and takes place in a different location. A shuttle service to Berlin for final departure is offered by German Red Cross.)
  • Remarks: Participants must provide the following Red Cross Red Crescent Learning Platform certificates: “WORC” and “Stay Safe – Personal Security”; Participants who already had a Safety and Security Training equivalent to FAF are not obliged to attend the FAF training
  • Application Deadline: 15/05/2020

Contents:

  • Working in an international context
  • Working with Partner National Societies and other Movement partners
  • Values and Fundamental Principles of the Movement
  • Role of a delegate
  • Cultural sensitivity
  • National Society Development
  • Disaster management and response tools
  • Anticipatory humanitarian action
  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Communication in the field
  • Security
  • Staff health
  • First Aid in the Field – Safety and Security (FAF):
  • Pillars of security
  • RCRC security strategies and plans
  • Protective measures in high-risk areas
  • Vehicle safety and security
  • Radio and satellite communication
  • First aid in the field
  • Fire safety
  • Field movement procedures and convoys

Training Application:

German residents/nationals or GRC affiliated applicants must apply via DRK HRnet (https://drkhrnet.de) only!

Applicants from other National Societies and IFRC/ICRC hand in their application via drkhrnet(at)drk.de providing a support letter by the sending entity including a statement that all costs and expenses are covered. International guests will be charged 1.000€ for accommodation with full board and course fees.

For more information and questions regarding training content, please contact drkhrnet(at)drk.de.


Cancelled(!) Basic Training – Outbreak Response

(Ref-Nr.: 2020-Outbreak-Response)

Date: 16 - 20/11/2020
Arrival Date: Monday (lunchtime)
Departure Date: Friday (afternoon)
Location: Straubing, Bavaria
Requirements: ERU Health / WASH induction training or equivalent experience
Remarks: Participants are required to complete additional online/distance learning courses and pre-readings prior to the training
Application Deadline: 13/09/2020

Contents: 

  • Emerging diseases and epidemics
  • Pathology of main diseases
  • Patient-flow and field of work in outbreak response:
  • Taking blood samples/sample transport
  • Disinfection/waste management
  • Management of dead bodies/safe and dignified burials
  • Infection prevention and control (IPC)
  • Screening of suspected cases
  • Personal protection in outbreak response / Donning & doffing
  • Barrier nursing in theory and practice
  • Community based surveillance
  • Psychological aspects of and code of behaviour in response settings
  • The pillars and ethical considerations of outbreak control missions
  • HR management and service for delegates
  • Exchange of experience from outbreak response operations

Training Application:

German residents/nationals or GRC affiliated applicants must apply via DRK HRnet (https://drkhrnet.de) only!

Applications from other National Societies and IFRC/ICRC will be considered if submitted by their International Cooperation or Disaster Management focal point (National Society) or line manager (IFRC/ICRC) at their headquarters via a short e-mail to surge(at)drk.de stating that the application is supported by the management of the sending entity.

For more information and questions regarding training content, please contact surge(at)drk.de.


Refresher and capacity building training

Humanitarian response is a constantly changing field of work requiring those involved to be up to date with current technical/sectoral as well as RCRC approaches. Therefore, it is necessary to constantly develop the network of facilitators and to provide training on skills and knowledge required to deliver high quality training.

On these grounds, GRC offers additional opportunities for already trained and/or experienced delegates to be engaged in ongoing training and to facilitate capacity building and to refresh their knowledge/skills at the same time.

This involvement is also an on-the-job training to gain facilitation experience (conducting sessions, adult learning methodologies, learning evaluation, assessment of competencies, providing feedback, etc.), enhance and practice facilitation skills and exchange experiences and lessons learnt from each other’s facilitating experiences.

What is expected?
Delegates are expected to be present during the whole duration of the training as an integrated member of the trainer team. Areas of support are:

  • Training administration
    Tasks include e.g. registration desk, organisational focal person, daily recap, training documentation, training venue preparation, finances
  • Logistics support
    Tasks include e.g. fleet and shuttle service management, loading/unloading and transportation of the training equipment, procurement and supply management, supervise set up/dismantling of training infrastructure
  • Session facilitation
    Tasks include e.g. research for and preparation of the respective training session(s), design session outlines with all the required details (timing, methods, materials, objectives, etc.)
  • Role play
    Tasks include e.g. acting in different roles during case studies/scenarios
  • Monitoring and evaluation
    Tasks include e.g. training observation, task and group feedback to facilitators and participants, advice on areas for improvement, supervise trainees

Cost coverage and insurance?
GRC covers accommodation, full board and travel expenses according to the Federal Travel Expenses Act (BRKG). Additionally, accident insurance and third-party liability insurance during the training, arrival and departure are provided.


Cancelled(!) Trainer Support: Advanced Training – Hygiene and Health Promotion in Emergencies

(Ref-Nr.: Trainer-2020-HHPiE)

Date: 27 - 31/05/2020
Arrival Date: Wednesday (afternoon)
Departure Date: Sunday (afternoon)
Location: Berlin
Requirements: Hygiene and Health Promotion in Emergencies training or equivalent work experience
Application Deadline: 01/03/2020

Contents:

  • Update on public health in emergencies and outbreak response concepts
  • IFRC Guidelines to Hygiene Promotion in Emergencies
  • Menstrual Hygiene Management
  • Epidemic Control for Volunteers
  • Community Case Management/Based Surveillance
  • Engaging stakeholders
  • Working with volunteers, staff and communities
  • Exchange of experience from recent deployments

Training Support Application:

GRC delegates must apply via DRK HRnet (https://drkhrnet.de) only!

Applications from other National Societies and IFRC/ICRC will be considered if submitted by their International Cooperation or Disaster Management focal point (National Society) or line manager (IFRC/ICRC) at their headquarters via a short e-mail to surge(at)drk.de stating that the application is supported by the management of the sending entity.

After the application deadline the delegates will be contacted individually, and further information will be shared with the selected trainer team. In case of questions, please contact surge(at)drk.de.


Cancelled(!) Trainer Support: ERU Induction Training – Health

(Ref-Nr.: Trainer-2020-ERU-Health)

Date: 20 - 28/08/2020
Arrival Date: Thursday (afternoon)
Departure Date: Friday (afternoon)
Location: Berlin
Requirements: ERU Induction Training or equivalent; Emergency response experience or experience in a relevant field
Application Deadline: 31/05/2020

Contents:

  • RCRC Disaster Management (DM) and IFRC Global Response Tools
  • The cluster approach and humanitarian coordination
  • Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) and Sphere standards
  • Vulnerable groups in emergencies
  • Accountability to beneficiaries
  • ERU logistics and the modular ERU approach
  • Exchange of experience from recent deployments
  • Information Management (IM) basics
  • Media training
  • Finance and administration basics
  • Staff health
  • ERU HR management, code of conduct and deployment Procedures
  • Humanitarian ethics / International Humanitarian Law (IHL)

Health specific contents:

  • Public health in emergencies
  • Health ERUs
  • Health care and nursing in emergency response settings
  • Reproductive, maternal, new-born and child health (RMNCH)
  • Paediatrics
  • Hygiene Promotion (HP) and community mobilisation basics
  • WASH and Nutrition
  • Cholera response basicsPsychosocial Support in Emergencies (PSSiE)
  • Health Information System (HIS)
  • Interagency Emergency Health Kit (IEHK)
  • Vaccination campaigns
  • Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage (HHWTS)
  • Medical waste management
  • Setting up an emergency clinic
  • Planning of an emergency hospital

Training Support Application:

GRC delegates must apply via DRK HRnet (https://drkhrnet.de) only!

Applications from other National Societies and IFRC/ICRC will be considered if submitted by their International Cooperation or Disaster Management focal point (National Society) or line manager (IFRC/ICRC) at their headquarters via a short e-mail to surge(at)drk.de stating that the application is supported by the management of the sending entity.

After the application deadline the delegates will be contacted individually, and further information will be shared with the selected trainer team. In case of questions, please contact surge(at)drk.de.


Cancelled(!) Trainer Support: ERU Induction Training – WASH M15

(Ref-Nr.: Trainer-2020-ERU-WASH-M15)

Date: 20 - 28/08/2020
Arrival Date: Thursday (afternoon)
Departure Date: Friday (afternoon)
Location: Berlin
Requirements: ERU Induction Training or equivalent; Emergency response experience or experience in a relevant field
Application Deadline: 31/05/2020

Contents:

  • RCRC Disaster Management (DM) and IFRC Global Response Tools
  • The cluster approach and humanitarian coordination
  • Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) and Sphere standards
  • Vulnerable groups in emergencies
  • Accountability to beneficiaries
  • ERU logistics and the modular ERU approach
  • Exchange of experience from recent deployments
  • Information Management (IM) basics
  • Media training
  • Finance and administration basics
  • Staff health
  • ERU HR management, code of conduct and deployment Procedures
  • Humanitarian ethics / International Humanitarian Law (IHL)

WASH specific contents:

  • Minimum standards in WASH (Sphere)
  • WHO drinking water guidelines
  • Public health in emergencies/water-related diseases
  • Assessment and site selection
  • WASH ERUs and disaster response kits
  • Hygiene Promotion (HP) and community mobilisation basics
  • Cholera response basics
  • M15 water treatment systems/water purification training
  • Chlorination, water storage and distribution
  • Sanitation basics
  • Drainage basics
  • Vector control basics
  • Water laboratory
  • Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage (HHWTS)
  • Medical waste management
  • Setting up an emergency clinic
  • Planning of an emergency hospital

Training Support Application:

GRC delegates must apply via DRK HRnet (https://drkhrnet.de) only!

Applications from other National Societies and IFRC/ICRC will be considered if submitted by their International Cooperation or Disaster Management focal point (National Society) or line manager (IFRC/ICRC) at their headquarters via a short e-mail to surge(at)drk.de stating that the application is supported by the management of the sending entity.

After the application deadline the delegates will be contacted individually, and further information will be shared with the selected trainer team. In case of questions, please contact surge(at)drk.de.


Cancelled(!) Trainer Support: Basic Training – Outbreak Response

(Ref-Nr.: Trainer-2020-Outbreak-Response)

Date: 15 - 20/11/2020
Arrival Date: Sunday (afternoon)
Departure Date: Friday (afternoon)
Location: Straubing, Bavaria
Requirements: Basic Training – Outbreak Response or equivalent experience; Emergency response experience or experience in a relevant field
Application Deadline: 06/09/2020

Contents:

  • Emerging diseases and epidemics
  • Pathology of main diseases
  • Patient-flow and field of work in outbreak response:
  • Taking blood samples/sample transport
  • Disinfection/waste management
  • Management of dead bodies/safe and dignified burials
  • Infection prevention and control (IPC)
  • Screening of suspected cases
  • Personal protection in outbreak response / Donning & doffing
  • Barrier nursing in theory and practice
  • Community based surveillance
  • Psychological aspects of and code of behaviour in response settings
  • The pillars and ethical considerations of outbreak control missions
  • HR management and service for delegates
  • Exchange of experience from outbreak response operations

Training Support Application:

GRC delegates must apply via DRK HRnet (https://drkhrnet.de) only!

Applications from other National Societies and IFRC/ICRC will be considered if submitted by their International Cooperation or Disaster Management focal point (National Society) or line manager (IFRC/ICRC) at their headquarters via a short e-mail to surge(at)drk.de stating that the application is supported by the management of the sending entity.

After the application deadline the delegates will be contacted individually, and further information will be shared with the selected trainer team. In case of questions, please contact surge(at)drk.de.


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