The Do no harm-Training of Trainers consists of two parts - the training itself and a practical application. After a session on the first evening, the training will start with a full-day Do no harm-Introductory Workshop which will serve as model. On the following days this model training design will be reflected and practiced by the participants in small groups. A Do no harm-Training manual will be issued but participants will be invited to develop their own adaptations and new ways of teaching Do no harm. Additionally participants will gain an overview of selected learning theories, principles of adult education as well as selected training concepts like Action Learning. The practical application is essential for the learning process and will be accompanied by the trainers. Participants will prepare and conduct as a team their own one-day Do no harm-Introductory Workshop with a real external audience in Berlin. The ToT concludes with an evaluation of the practical application and subsequent inputs by the
trainers to further improve the training skills of the participants. Upon completion a certificate as Do no harm-Trainer will be issued.
The Do no harm-Training of Trainers addresses everybody who not only wants to use the Do no
harm-Approach in managing projects but also wants to teach others how to use this tool. Prior
experience in conducting trainings in a participatory manner is necessary.
Prior knowledge of the Do no harm-Approach is welcome but not a requirement as the training
will start with a profound introduction to Do no harm.
KURVE Wustrow in Wustrow (Wendland) and Bread for the World in Berlin
The first part of the training takes place at the training centre of KURVE Wustrow in Wustrow
(Wendland). It starts on Sunday at 19:30 hours with dinner and an evening session. The first part
ends on Friday at 16:30 hours.
The second part of the training will be held at the headquarter of Bread for the World / Protestant
Development Service in Berlin. It starts on the following Monday at 09:00 hours and will last
till Wednesday at 17:00 hours.
Fee for organisations: 2.500 Euro
Fee for individuals: 1.700 Euro
Reduced fee: 1.250 Euro
The course fee covers the training material, (Do no harm-Trainer’s
Manual) and certificate as well as lodging (dormitory style)
and vegetarian full board during the first part in Wustrow.
The health insurance for the whole training period is also
covered for people in need of visa.
Please note the following deadlines for applications:
For people in need of a visa: at least 14 weeks before the
For people without visa requirement: at least 6 weeks before the training starts
Please note that the exact application deadlines will be specified in due time on our website:
We cannot accept late or incomplete applications.