Course category: 
Instructor-led course
Course start date: 
15 February, 2021 (All day)
Language:
English
Organiser: 
International Labour Organization, ILO
United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF
World Food Programme, WFP
TRANSFORM

TRANSFORM Shock-Responsive Social Protection e-Course

Information about the Shock Responsive Social Protection Module

  • Offering period: February 15 - March 22 (2021)
  • Participants: 18
  • Countries: 2 (Malawi and Zambia)
  • e-facilitators: Valentina BarcaKate Blaine
  • Target group and selection process: the course counted with invited participants. WFP and UNICEF Country offices in Malawi and the ILO Lusaka office in Zambia, invited Government officials from Malawi and Zambia working in the social protection and emergency response sectors to participate. Four TRANSFORM Master Trainers also participated in the course not only as learners, but they also provided support to the implementation of thr course.

 

The TRANSFORM Shock-Responsive Social Protection (SRSP) face-to-face module was innitially developed as a face-to-face training, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the module was adapted and launched as an e-course. The pilot will run from 15 February to 22 March 2021. This course is an inter-agency initiative by ILO, UNICEF and WFP, and is funded by UK Aid as well as Irish Aid and the Government of Sweden through the UN Joint Programme on Social Protection II in Zambia. TRANSFORM is primarily designed for social protection practitioners, but the SRSP e-Course specifically targets actors from across the social protection and emergency sectors.

 

The course consists of 5 modules, namely:

  • Module 1: An Introduction to SRSP,
  • Module 2: The TRANSFORM SRSP Framework,
  • Module 3: How context influences our involvement strategy,
  • Module 4: System strengthening – preparedness and planning for uncertainty,
  • Module 5: Key steps to strengthen and build SRSP.

Each module is made up of a variety of learning experiences consisting of interactive slides and video for content acquisition, individual and group activities for content application, forums, suggested reading material, and assignment submissions + quizzes to assess the understanding of the content.