This training has been designed as an interactive, particpatory experience that depends upon the thoughts, feelings, beliefs, values and experiecnes of participants to guide the learning about how to effectively implement the Minimum Standard for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) in a given context.
This Workshop is intened for use by Child Protection Managers with thier front-line staff. The activities assume an established relationship between the CP Manager and staff with activities that assit in demarcating the learning environment from the regular working environment. Emphasis is on creating a safe space wherein national staff's expertise in cultural beliefs, values and child protection practice is explored and utlized as the foundation from which to build appraoches that will effectively implement the CPMS in a given context.
Ideally, the number of training participants would not exceed a ratio of more than 20 participants for each trainer/facilitator.