PROFESSIONAL QUALITY

HUMANITARIAN EXPERT

1.1 Rapid Needs Assessment
1.2 Information Management
1.3 Humanitarian Logistics
1.4 Camp Coordination and Camp Management
1.5 Post-Disaster Needs Assessment
1.6 Learning from Japan’s Best Practices in Disaster Risk Reduction

RESULT-ORIENTED MANAGER

3.1 English Course for Disaster Management
3.2 Gender, Inclusion and Diversity
3.3 Project Management
3.4 Project Proposal Development
3.5 Crisis Communications
3.6 Facilitation
3.7 On-the-Job Training: DMRS
3.8 On-the-Job Training: ICT
3.9 On-the-Job Training: Logistics
3.10 On-the-Job Training: Resource Mobilisation
3.11 On-the-Job Training: Training Management

COLLABORATION BUILDER

2.1 International humanitarian systems
2.2 ASEAN Disaster Management Mechanism
2.3 Role of the Red Cross
2.4 Civil-Military Coordination
2.5 Humanitarian Diplomacy
2.6 Incident Command System
2.7 ASEAN-ERAT Induction Course

EFFECTIVE LEADER

4.1 Critical Incident Leadership 1 (Foundation)
4.2 Critical Incident Leadership 2 (Deepening)
4.3 Systems and Design Thinking in Disaster Management
4.4 Managing Teams
4.5 Leaders Talk

WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT

ACE PROGRAMME

Ms. Win Ohmar,
Department of Disaster Management (DDM)
Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Myanmar (Batch 1)

“The ACE Programme provided a good foundation for disaster management and also for training leaders from the youth. We got the experience how to utilise disaster management systems not only from the ASEAN region but also from the UN. Another advantage from this program is we built trust and good friendship among ASEAN NDMOs so it can be smoother and more cooperative when we are operating and solving problems relating with disaster management. The ACE Programme helped me be more effective and efficient in my field and also it became a good foundation for me when I taking my Master’s Degree on Disaster Risk Management at Kobe University.”