Hi Matt, I agree…I think the ELRHA reading is particularly pertinent. I sometimes worry that all this good work regarding humanitarian professionalism is somewhat undone by all the aid cuts over the past few years. I also teach (as Unit Chair) on the Charles Sturt University (CSU) Emergency Management program, EMG 309 (Humanitarian relief). For one exercise we get the students to measure (thru’ self-assessment) their existing competencies against the humanitarian ones as mentioned from about p.34 onwards…interesting ! There are also some useful teaching tips in the reading ‘Teach like a Champion’ in Module 4.4.
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