ADPC is pleased to announce the details for the 2018 training courses
are now available. Courses for 2018 include Post Disaster Needs
Assessment and Resilient Recovery, Gender in Disaster Risk Reduction,
Disaster Risk Communication, Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction,
and Disaster Management.
New to ADPC Academy, the 1st Post Disaster Needs Assessment and
Resilient Recovery aims to build institutional arrangements and
capacities to anticipate and prepare for post-disaster assessment and
recovery, using internationally-accepted methodologies which are adapted
to specific country requirements.
To target the mission of
inclusive disaster risk reduction of the 2030 Agenda, the 2nd Gender in
Disaster Risk Reduction aims to develop competencies of DRR
practitioners on gender considerations throughout the program management
cycle: from assessment, analysis, planning to implementation,
monitoring and evaluation. The 2nd Disaster Risk Communication is
designed to help participants understand disaster risk communication
principles and apply them to disaster risk reduction.
classics, the 26th Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction aims to
provide learners with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience through
scenario-based simulation exercises and community interaction. ADPC’s
flagship course, the 48th Disaster Management, covers skills and
knowledge on multi-hazard, multi-level, multi-agency, and
multi-disciplinary facets, and address both event-related activities as
well as those that need to be undertaken on a daily basis to mitigate
the potential impacts of natural hazards.
ADPC has been a premier
source for training and capacity building in disaster risk reduction
and climate resilience in the Asia and the Pacific region and beyond
since its inception in 1986. A broad spectrum of people from government,
intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations and academia
engage with ADPC’s training courses every year.
For more information on courses, dates, and fees, please visit the ADPC Academy
or the Training Courses 2018 brochure