This inter-agency, open source training pack is available for anyone to use. The pack builds basic teaching competencies for unqualified or under-qualified teachers often recruited to teach in emergency settings (e.g. refugee/IDP camps, conflict-affected areas, post-natural disasters, and/or with highly vulnerable populations). The materials can be used with qualified teachers who require refresher training or who would benefit from additional support in critical areas like child protection. The materials can also be used by teachers who either find themselves teaching in crisis-affected environments or in host community schools that are integrating children/youth from displaced populations.
The pack is comprised of an Introductory Training Pack and four core modules, developed around a set of 28 teacher competencies. The pack has undergone systematic review where it was field-tested in Iraq and Kenya, externally reviewed by a range of EiE specialists, and finalized in March 2016. The main components include:
The Training Pack includes a facilitator’s guide, participant handbook and PowerPoint slides for each component of the training. The training pack can be accessed here:
Full Teacher Training Pack (PDF, 6MB)
Click here to download all files at once (.zip folder, 8MB)
...or download individual files by clicking on the titles below.
Introductory Training Pack (ITP)
Modules At-a-Glance (PDF)
Module 2 – Child Protection, Well-being & Inclusion
Module 3 – Pedagogy
Module 4 – Curriculum & Planning
The training pack responds to a critical gap in open source, competency-based teacher training materials that provide coverage of foundational knowledge and skills required by teachers in crisis contexts, where teacher training is often limited to ad hoc workshops. The pack provides the basis for a pre-service and in-service training program which can be used in its entirety to prepare teachers in crisis settings, but is also flexible enough for adaptation and use of selected modules or sessions according to the local needs of teachers
Please send questions related to the use and adaptation of the pack to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The training pack was commissioned and developed in stages by members of the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Working Group (TICCWG, originally the Refugee Teacher Working Group). The TICCWG was founded in April 2014 and is comprised of seven partner agencies: Finn Church Aid, International Rescue Committee, Norwegian Refugee Council, Save the Children, Teachers College-Columbia University, UNHCR and UNICEF, working in close association with the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies.
INEE & the TICCWG are requesting the following support:
Please note: Efforts are underway by several organizations to translate the teacher training pack into French and Arabic. If you are interested in learning more about which parts of the pack are being translated or when the translated materials will be available, please contact us at email@example.com. Likewise, if your organization is able to support the translation work for these or other languages, please let us know.