Development programme

The Cash Practitioner Development Programme aims to expand the ready pool of cash experts available to deliver humanitarian cash assistance, and to strengthen the community of qualified practitioners with up-to-date skills in all areas of cash assistance. Over the course of one year, participants learning schedules are tailored to their needs and personal experience to date. Participants can expect to learn experientially through work activities, and to review and evaluate their learning after every project.  Learning tools and templates are available in this section for use both within and outside of the programme. The following case studies are the outcome of a project carried out by the programme’s graduates as part of their course work:


1 January 2021

Cash continuing professional development portfolio

Type:

Development programme

Organisation:

British Red Cross

Template to keep an up-to-date record of cash learning events and activities

1 January 2021

Cash learning log

Type:

Development programme

Organisation:

British Red Cross

To record  learning activities, and experiences and reflections throughout the duration of the programme.

  • Development programme

1 January 2021

Cash learning plan

Type:

Development programme

Organisation:

British Red Cross

Hard copy of the Cash School online learning plan, used to create a profile of learning and to track progress and schedule learning activities.

  • Development programme

1 January 2021

Deployment learning goals

Type:

Development programme

Organisation:

British Red Cross

Template for defining learning goals for cash deployments.

  • Development programme

1 January 2021

Supervisors: Forms for delegate deployment evaluation

Type:

Development programme

Organisation:

British Red Cross

Post-deployment evaluation questions.

  • Development programme

22 September 2020

Cash Practitioner Development Programme Recruitment

Type:

Development programme

Organisation:

Cash Hub

Recruitment guide detailing the 2020 – 2021 programme and how to apply.


In partnership with:

British Red Cross