By improving training we also improve the results of our work

  • WHAT WE DO

    • We help to improve the direction and internal management of non-governmental development organisations (NGDOs).

    • We enhance the quality of humanitarian actions by improving organisations and the training of those carrying out the work.

     

  • WHO IT'S FOR

    For professionals working with non-governmental organisations and other social agents.

  • HOW WE HELP

    We offer training in internal management to people with managerial and professional responsibilities in non-governmental organisations and training courses for NGO specialists.

    The following courses are provided in collaboration with specialised centres:

    NGO Direction and Management, in collaboration with the Institute for Social Innovation of ESADE

    The aim of this course is to meet part of the internal management training requirements for those people with managerial responsibility in such organisations.

    More information (PDF, 595 KB) [in Spanish only]


    Leadership and Social Innovation in NGOs, in collaboration with the  Institute for Social Innovation of ESADE

    This course provides continued training for those people with managerial responsibilities working in Spain's non-profit organisations.

    More information (PDF, 837 KB) [in Spanish only]


    Training programme to improve quality in humanitarian action, in collaboration with IECAH

    This focuses on training people involved in humanitarian work in order to improve the quality of their actions in this area.

    More information (PDF, 1.41 MB) [in Spanish only]


    Training programme for NGDOs and VOLUNTEERS, in collaboration with the NGDO Coordinator

    We support the generation and spread of knowledge in the NGDO sector. Our goal is to encourage learning and improvement and to improve transparency and accountability.

    More information (PDF, 455 KB) [in Spanish only]



     

  • We help to improve the management of international cooperation organisations

  • 4 courses running in 2016

  • More than 1.200 professionals trained in 2015