As part of scaling up the human resources in urban disaster risk reduction, the Institute for Urban Resilience offers training and capacity building programs ranging from face-to-face, blended or purely online. These are designed to facilitate learning and discussion and serve as an opportunity to build career. It is also aimed at improving skills and competencies in different aspects of DRR.
The NDRMP has been offered since 2006 and have produced about 1500 graduates from 71 countries. Learn more about NDRMP.
Special classes can be opened upon the request of an organization, given it has satisfied the minimum number of participants (15 individuals). If you are interested in conducting special classes on your most preferred time, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mode of Training
Training is done online. Discussions between and among the Course Support Team (CST) and the students are done online using a moodle platform.
Training is done offline. Discussions between and among the Course Support Team (CST) and the students are done face-to-face.
Training is done both online and offline. There are sessions allotted for face-to-face consultations with the Subject Matter Expert (SME).