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Promoting access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis

Training and Capacity Development

Education in Emergencies Harmonized Training Package

Developed by INEE and the IASC Education Cluster, the EiE harmonized training package combines training materials from the original INEE Minimum Standards, IIEP and the Front Line Responders training packages. The materials include 19 modules with PPTs, Facilitator Guides and exercises as well as guidance on adapting the training materials. For more information, please contact [email protected].

Module 0 - Guidance and Time Tabling (English, Arabic, French, Spanish)

Module 1 - The Rationale for Education in Emergencies (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 2 - INEE Minimum Standards Framework (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 3 - Technical Components for Education in Emergencies (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 4 - Education in Emergencies Coordination (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 5 - Action Planning and Follow-Up (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 6 - Assessment (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 7 - Programme Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 8 - Links Between Education and Other Sectors (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 9 - Contingency Planning (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 10 - Early Recovery and Transition (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 11 - Advocacy and Policy (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 12 - Risk Reduction (English, ArabicFrenchSpanish)

Module 13 - Guidance Notes on Teaching and Learning (English, ArabicFrench)

Module 14 - Human Rights and Accountability (English, Arabic)

Module 15 - Inclusive Education in Emergencies (English, ArabicFrench)

Module 16 - Gender (English, ArabicFrench)

Module 17 - Adolescents and Youth Programming in Education in Emergencies (English, ArabicFrench)

Module 18 - Conflict Sensitive Education Training Module - 90 Minute (English, ArabicFrench)

Module 19 - Early Childhood Development in Emergencies (English, Arabic


Training Module on Key Humanitarian Standards

This brief training module was developed jointly by representatives from CPMS, INEE, LEGS, MERS and the Sphere Project. The module includes a PowerPoint presentation and trainers’ notes. INEE members are encouraged to incorporate the basic training module in upcoming trainings and other capacity development activities. Feedback on the basic training module and requests for more in-depth training materials should be sent to [email protected]

Basic Training Module (English)


Participate in Training
Every year the INEE Secretariat and INEE members around the world use the INEE Minimum Standards and other INEE tools to train hundreds of humanitarian workers, government representatives and education practitioners on the importance of, and good practice in, education in emergencies.

If you are interested in participating in an INEE Minimum Standards training, please contact [email protected]. As part of its cooperation and partnership with other key humanitarian actors, INEE also encourages members to participate in other relevant trainings such as Sphere Trainings (see also the INEE-Sphere Companionship) or IASC Education Cluster Coordinator trainings.

Planning to Conduct a Training?
If you are planning an INEE Minimum Standards Training, TOT, Workshop or Presentation, please let us know!  The more we know the better we can support you: we can share training materials and provide guidance as you develop your training or presentation and monitoring and tracking trainings helps us to make improvements in the future. Please contact us at [email protected] and [email protected]. We also ask that following your workshop, you submit a Training Evaluation Form.

INEE has a guidance note on planning and conducting a training workshop on the INEE Minimum Standards. It provides guidance on preparation, content, method, the environment, and outputs and outcomes.

  • Planning to conduct a training on the INEE Minimum Standards (English)
  • Planifier un atelier sur les Normes minimales de l’INEE (Francais)

Training Support and Materials
The INEE Secretariat and other members have adapted the original INEE training materials to fit different contexts, audiences, workshop duration and languages. In order to help you find the most appropriate materials for your training needs, visit the Training Adaptations page. To order INEE Minimum Standards Handbooks or other resources for your training, visit the Request Resources page.