HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION FOR ALL
BNHRE Pool of Experts and Trainers (BNHRE POET) in as our strongest resource that we share within our network but also with external partners from Bulgaria and abroad.
As of February 2016, the BNHRE POET includes 273 experts and trainers, ready to share their experience, knowledge and skill with you and your organization.
Moreover, they are capable not only to inform and train, but - most importantly - to inspire for change.
That`s what makes our work valuable - the inspiration we spread: an inspiration for a change to a better world, where human rights and rule of law would be the ones that anyone, without discrimination, based on age, skin colour, ethnicity, religion, gender, social status of ability would enjoy on an equal and participatory basis.
Trainers are expected:
- To take part in preparatory meeting/s. The need for a preparatory meeting is considered on a case-by-case basis;
- Not later then a month before the training event, to prepare a training module and outline of training methodology;
- To prepare and run the program for an appointed training session in consultation with the BNHRE T&D Centre. Depending on the size of the group of trainees, trainers might be asked to run a session on their own or jointly in teams of 2 – 3 trainers;
- To take the leading role in implementing the educational activities while technical support staff from either the training provider of the BNHRE T&D Centre or takes responsibility for practical arrangements regarding the venue;
- To work in cooperation with technical support staff; - Too prepare and submit a short report of their work not later then two weeks after the training; - All trainers take part in a post training evaluation, prepare an evaluation analysis and submit it to the BNHRE T&D Centre.
APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE BNHRE POOL OF HUMAN RIGHTS TRAINERS AND EDUCATORS
Each BNHRE training event is involving minimum 2 trainers and 1 technical support staff. Traines work in cooperation with other trainers and all the technical support staff. Technical support staff do not function as trainers` co-trainer or secretary.
Profile and Tasks of BNHRE Technical Support Staff
¬ Experience with logistical and technical organisation of training courses or seminars ¬ Work in communication with the team of trainers as a part of the organising team of the training session
¬ Establish good and reliable communication with the staff of the training venue
¬ Absolute reliability to be available during the time of the training session when needed
¬ Ability to handle financial issues correctly (travel reimbursement, purchase of materials etc)
Tasks for technical support staff
¬ Technical support entails organisation of the trainings at the place of the venue.
¬ This includes arrangements with the hotel or training center regarding reservation of rooms and technical equipment, preparing the materials for the training (copies of working papers and supplies), have a member of staff on site to welcome the participants and have a member of staff present at the venue certain hours of the day every day of the training and deal with administrative issues (travel reimbursements of participants, collecting signature lists and evaluation forms).
Technical support staff are expected to communicate directly with the representatives of the BNHRE T&D Centre and submit to it all acquired documentation.
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