The CHS Alliance training offer focuses on the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability and on Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) as well as Investigating allegations of SEA.

Due to the COVID-19 situation and travel restrictions, the CHS Alliance is currently revising some of its training workshops on the CHS and on PSEA/Investigation for managers. Dates for training events will be anounced here shortly.

Our PSEA and SEA investigation training courses, scheduled face-to-face from October onward, are open for registration.

On this page, you will also find training material and information on the approved trainers’ scheme.


Our training courses are interactive and participatory, and focus on the practical application of the topics covered. Various learning methods are used to cater to different learning styles of participants. Courses usually include presentations, discussions, case studies, practical activities, role plays and other exercises promotion a lively and positive learning environment.

Sharing of materials and handouts

We provide course participants with copies of all the materials and presentations used. We also give a set of references for further reading according to participants’ interests and needs.


We present participants with a course completion certificate at the end of the workshop, provided they have attended all the training days and that they have completed any required pre-workshop assignments.

Follow up

The CHS Alliance’s training team is available to follow up remotely with information and advice for participants at any point, without charge, after they have completed the course. More formal mentoring or on-site assistance can be provided, for a fee.

Evaluation and review

Training services are reviewed regularly, taking into account feedback from agencies and workshop participants.

Bespoke training services

We can tailor-make training packages according to your specific requirements. This service is offered on a cost-recovery basis.

For additional information, please contact us via, or on +44 20 3137 3595.

Approved trainers scheme

This scheme allows us to recognise competence in training on subjects relating to quality and accountability. It includes consultants and others who offer training.

Those who qualify and meet the criteria may describe themselves as CHS Alliance approved trainers on the following specific subjects: the CHS, CHS self-assessment, complaints and response mechanisms (CRM), investigations, management of investigations, and protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA).

Learn more about our scheme