14 May 2020
Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort , Naivasha
This fully residential course includes the four-day Contemplative Based Resilience (CBR) training in the context of a restful and restorative retreat. These training retreats are uniquely tailored to humanitarians in the field and have been designed to provide the core support they need, including connection with other humanitarians, restoration within a peaceful environment close to nature and deepened understanding of how to more effectively cope with the impact of aid work.
The course covers the entire CBR curriculum, which is focused on the three themes of Awareness, Balance and Connection. The general themes and topics covered by the training include:
Plus 12 months of access to ongoing CBR support, via the CBR Mobile App and Monthly Support Circle calls.
Personal resilience training through CBR is crucial for anyone working in an insecure and chronically stressful humanitarian environments. This particular training retreat targets international aid workers who seek deep reflection and renewal during their R&R, annual leave or break between contracts.
This is a non-profit programme and the course is therefore run on a cost recovery basis, meaning the fee represents a base-level investment. Since this course is a resilience skills development course, we emphasise the responsibility of organisations to cover the cost of their staff to attend. For organisations wishing to book a number of places, a group discount will be offered. For individuals who cannot be sponsored by their organisation to attend, we can offer slightly reduced rates for participation.
Course Fee: $1,600 per participant.
This cost covers course fees, full board accommodation and 12 months of ongoing support. Flights and transportation to be covered separately.
For more information prior to registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org