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					Shelter Register
RedR-IHE, Shelter Centre




followed by:
Shelter Training then coffee



4 - 5 May 2006 | Geneva | hosted by IFRC
Shelter Register session
this session is structured as follows:

a. strategy for Shelter Register
   Shelter Centre


b. RedR recruitment,
   Shelter Register application form
   Tim Hayward, RedR-IHE



c. feedback on Shelter Register
   Shelter Centre




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a. Shelter Register strategy
overview
a free online register will be established of shelter specialists
and related expertise, in recognition of difficulties in
identifying appropriate and sufficient human resources

timeline




review panel
comments on the development of Shelter Register should be
made on www.sheltercentre.org/blog




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a. Shelter Register strategy
based upon previous feedback, you want a service,
consistent with RedR-IHE recruitment, offering:
1. a free listing of humanitarian workers who wish to be
   considered for work as shelter specialists

2. the work to include post-conflict and post-disaster,
   from onset until recovery

3. entries to be submitted by humanitarian workers,
   without review or interview

4. entries to include pro-forma CVs and availability

5. support to registrants via newsletter, including training

6. support to HR via newsletter,
   including monitoring
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b. RedR-IHE recruitment
Jobs-on-line
• Streamlined on line service

• Applicants fill in their own details

• All open jobs can be viewed and applied for

• Recruiting across the full range

• No find no fee

For shelter positions….
             …. We’re struggling too.
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                  b. Shelter Register application
RedR-IHE
                 example CV from RedR-IHE website:           Shelter Centre will
format:                                                      use the format of
                                                             the RedR-IHE CV
Name                                                         for applications to
Citizenship                                                  Shelter Register,
Date of birth                                                unless requested
Address                                                      otherwise
Primary skills
Second skills

Profile
Education
Qualifications
Languages

Work history
Training



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                  c. Shelter Register feedback
    in your
    folders
                  feedback sheets

                  name and
                  contact details

feedback
through:          express your
                  level of interest
- sheets at
Shelter Meeting
                  comments or
- through the     suggestions?
online blog


                         please leave
comment on              the sheets for
Shelter Blog             us to collect!


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                  c. Shelter Register feedback
   new for
    2006!
                  online blog
                  quick and easy
                  access from
                  sheltercentre.org


feedback          Immediate
through:          posting

- sheets at
Shelter Meeting

- through the
online blog



comment on
Shelter Blog

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     see
               c. Shelter Register feedback
  feedback
    sheet      how will Shelter Register operate?
               1. do you want infrastructure and shelter specialists?

               2. do you want included training, assessment and
                  evaluation capacity, post-conflict and post-disaster?

               3. do you want to deregister some humanitarian
                  workers and, if so, when and how?

               4. which organisations would support Shelter Centre in
                  contacting HR departments for application criteria?

               5. what should the newsletter for registrants include?

comment on     6. should the HR newsletter be
Shelter Blog      sent to shelter representatives,
                  such as yourselves?
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09:00 – 9:30
09:30 – 09:45   Shelter Training at
09:45 – 10:15
10:15 – 11:15
                SM06b
11:15 – 11:30
11:30 – 12:15
                Tim Hayward, RedR-IHE
12:15 – 13:00
                Øyvind Nordlie, NRC
13:00 – 14:00   Shelter Centre
14:00 – 14:45
14:45 – 15:30
15:30 – 15:45
15:45 – 16:30
16:30 – 17:15
17:15 – 17:30   followed by
17:30           lunch


                4 - 5 May 2006 | Geneva | hosted by IFRC
                   Shelter Training session
Shelter            this session is structured as follows:
Training is a
unique             a. strategy for Shelter Training
opportunity
                      Shelter Centre
to develop
consistent
inter-agency
training for the   b. contents of Shelter Training
sector,               Tim Hayward, RedR-IHE
enhancing
coordination,
cooperation,       •       value of shelter training
good practice              Øyvind Nordlie,
and                        Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
effectiveness
                   d. feedback on Shelter Training
                      Shelter Centre

                       4 - 5 May 2006 | Geneva | hosted by IFRC
              a. Shelter Training strategy
the first     overview
Shelter
Training
              the development of an accredited, modular programme for
will be       training trainers, coordinators, specialists and other sectors,
delivered     consistent between agencies, enhancing coordination,
at the next   cooperation, good practice and effectiveness
Shelter
Meeting,      in November, currently these organisations have requested
November      their personnel be trained: IFRC, Oxfam GB, NRC, RedR
2006
              timeline




              review panel
              comments should be made at
              www.sheltercentre.org/blog
              4 - 5 May 2006 | Geneva | hosted by IFRC
a. Shelter Training strategy
Shelter Training will be developed 2006 - 2009 into a
comprehensive modular course for the international
humanitarian community supporting:

1. training personnel from different organisations
   together, reinforcing coordination and
   communication

2. training of trainers, achieving a capacity for
   operational deployment to disseminate settlement
   and shelter strategies

3. training non-specialist personnel and personnel from
   other sectors who make significant contributions to
   the design and implementation of settlement and
   shelter strategies

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b. Shelter Training contents


Two things being discussed…

• A shelter course – attached to Shelter
  Meetings.

• Programme of Shelter training and
  learning.




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b. Shelter Training contents

A shelter course – attached to Shelter
  Meetings

• “Send your field staff to a training course
  just before each Shelter Meeting” (Nov ’06).

• … but what is the problem you wish to
  solve?

• Who is to be trained and why? What is it
  that you want them to achieve?



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b. Shelter Training contents

For example…..
• New Project Managers (your rising stars)

• Proving a framework on which to
  consolidate their learning, reflect on their
  experience, benefit from wider exposure.

• Codes & Stds, Needs Assessment,
  Understanding Context, M&E, Settlement
  & Camp Management, Scenarios &
  Options, Cross Sectoral issues,
  International Relief System, etc. etc.
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b. Shelter Training contents

…. But a course is part of strategy
 to improve practice….
• The Human Resource
           In field Project Managers or Team Leaders
           From other programme areas
           Senior Field Managers
           H.Q. – Desk Officers, Decision Makers
           “Experts”




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b. Shelter Training contents

…. But a course is part of strategy
 to improve practice….
• Training Resources
           Materials – session briefs, trainer
           guidelines, CDRoms, videos, other..

• Ways of supporting learning
           Courses, workshops, seminars
           Technical support/backup
           Self study, on-line resources
           Sharing learning and experience

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b. Shelter Training contents

To get the ball rolling let’s…
• Focus on the course – who should attend
  and what it should aim to achieve.

• Then move on to wider training and
  learning strategy to improve practice.




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                    c. Shelter Training value
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                    please write your text here…

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                  d. Shelter Training feedback
    in your
    folders
                  a. feedback forms at Shelter Meeting


                  b. through the new online blog at
                  www.sheltercentre.org/blog

feedback
through:

a. sheets at
Shelter Meeting

b. through the
online blog



comment on
Shelter Blog

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            d. Shelter Training feedback
feedback
 from you
            Shelter Training will be developed 2006 - 2009 into a
            comprehensive modular course for the international
            humanitarian community supporting:

            1.   which organisations are interested in sending trainees,
                 and how many?

            2.   which organisations will participate in a working group
                 to agree the contents of this training and later modules?

            3.   what modules would you like developed later?
                  3.1 coordinators training, 2 hour
                  3.2 camp planning and management, 2 day
                  3.3 reconstruction after conflict, 2 day
                  3.4 reconstruction after disaster, 2 day


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