Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) E-course

Welcome to the training on the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS), provided by the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action.

This e-learning course may be useful:

  • As a pre-requisite for participants attending Face to Face, on-line, or blended learning opportunities about Child Protection in Emergencies. Completion of the course ensures that participants have a common basic knowledge of the standards, and may involve tailoring this e-course to their context.
  • As self-guided learning.
  • For anyone currently working with and for children in humanitarian settings.
  • For all child protection workers who want to prepare themselves for a potential humanitarian crisis.

Course Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, you will:

  • Have increased your knowledge of the Child Protection Minimum Standards.
  • Understand how the Standards are applied in practice, in particular the principles that the CPMS lay out for our collective approach.
  • Recognise how the CPMS can help guide your work, by exploring the content of 2 key (Coordination and Programme Cycle Management) standards and 1 optional (in the abbreviated version, this is PVOHP - with a GBV example).

To enroll in the course, please navigate to the Alliance website. Link available in the "view and download"-box.

Published 2020-01-15

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