The CHS Alliance training offer focuses on the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability and on Investigating allegations of SEA.

Since mid 2022, our SEAH Investigation training programme has been replaced by the Investigator Qualification training Scheme.

On the Core Humanitarian Standards, we are offering half day introductory workshop (members only), Training of Trainers and Focal Point training. The course section below will provide you with more information and schedule.

We have a number of externaly hosted elearning modules on both the CHS and PSEAH/Investigation. You will find them all listed on this page, and in the resource section below.

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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