CHS & PSEAH elearnings offer

Course format
Course length
0.5-2 hours

This page provides you with an overview on self-learning resources available, on the CHS as well as PSEAH and SEAH Investigation.

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Introduction to the CHS

Available on the Kaya platform in English, French, Spanish, Swahili and Bangali, this CHS elearning module was developped in 2015, following the release of the Standard, in partnership between the CHS Alliance, Sphere, Groupe URD, IECAH and HLA. It is useful for everyone who whishes to know about the Nine Commitments of the Core Humanitarian Standards, and how they apply in the humanitarian response.

Quality & Accountability for the Humanitarian Response

This 15 minutes, self-learning and downloadable mobile guide provides guidance on how to conduct key activities in relation with inclusion, Do No Harm (including PSEAH), Community Engagement and Improving Projects. Topics are linked to specific CHS commitments. The module is designed for field staff and managers working in humanitarian programming, project management, MEAL, and coordination, as well as other functions who wish to know more about quality and accountability in humanitarian programming.

Understanding and Using the CHS PSEAH Index

This 1-hour elearning course will help you to understand and use the CHS PSEAH Index, as a way to better prevent and respond to sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment in your own, and your organisation’s work. This module has been designed for all humanitarian and development workers, and highlights their direct or indirect responsibilities related to PSEAH. This includes, but is not limited to, programmes staff of any kind, managers of all levels, HR, and PSEAH Focal Points.

Foundations of Investigation

This 90-minute curriculum corresponds to Tier 1 of the Investigator Qualification Training Scheme. It is available in English, French, Spanish and Arabic, with more languages to come. You will learn about the foundations of sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment (SEAH) investigations, the purpose of investigations, the different roles and responsibilities, the phases of SEAH investigations, and the investigation principles.

Managing Complaints: a Best Practice eLearning for Aid Organisations

Recommended for both new and experienced development and humanitarian workers, this 70 minutes curriculum provides knowledge and guidance for anyone responsible for the complaints management systems within their organization. A comprehensive best practice guide and toolkit is available on this dedicated resource page.