About CALP facilitated training
Here we explain you the two different options that you have to access CALP facilitated training courses.
As well as self-directed e-learning course, there are a number of CALP facilitated training courses available to improve your CVA knowledge, take a look at the overview of our face-to-face courses, or explore our CALP Online 12-week course.
On this page you will learn about the two ways for you to access a CALP-accredited training, meaning on completion of the course you will receive a CALP certificate:
OPTION 1: Sign up to an upcoming course through our ‘Facilitated Training’ calendar.
Sometimes we have funding to deliver courses, these tend to be free, thanks to our donors covering the costs of a training, but please check the individual course information, as occasionally we may require contributions to running costs. Organisations sending participants must cover their own associated costs, such as travel and accommodation.
Some courses are organised by our Training Partners, who charge a fee to cover their costs.
OPTION 2: Organise your own CALP-accredited training!
You can easily arrange your own CALP-accredited training, be it through collaborating with your organisation, Cash Working Group (CWG) or a wider network of organisations in your region,
Below you can download two useful documents, to help support you in this process:
- Suggested timeline for organising your own training, including an example budget.
- Example Terms of Reference (TOR) for recruiting a CALP-certified trainer.
CALP have a growing cohort of certified trainers globally, covering our 4 key languages, Arabic, English, French and Spanish, who are available for you to contact to deliver the course for you. It is up to you / the organising party to discuss availability, times/dates of the training and to negotiate your own fees/contract with them. You can access our list of trainers by the courses available here – CALP Certified trainers.
If you would like to organise your own training, but need support connecting with other organisations in your area, please contact any of CALP’s regional Deputy Regional Representatives who can support you.
- Deputy Regional Representative – East and Southern Africa: Dennis Owano Dennis.email@example.com
- Deputy Regional Representative – West and Central Africa: Abdoulaye Hamidou firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deputy Regional Representative – Middle East and North Africa: Crys Chamaa email@example.com
- Regional Representative – Americas: Holly Welcome Radice Holly.Radice@calpnetwork.org