Gichd

Upcoming training

01

What is training
at the GICHD?

The GICHD provides training and advisory services to mine action organisations and other national authorities and other institutions involved in mine action (NGOs, operators and donors) either on the ground or in Geneva.

02

Which areas
are covered?

  • Strategic management
  • Operations
  • Information management
  • Standards
  • Implementation of the Anti-personnel Mine Ban Convention
  • The Convention on Cluster Munitions

How to
apply?

If you would like to apply for a GICHD training, you must first set up a profile by clicking on the link below.

This account will allow you to apply to specific courses and allow you to track the status of your application. When you register for future training courses, please always use the same account.

Please note that the personal information in your account is for registration purposes – it will not be shared outside the GICHD.

03

What languages
and where?

The training we offer is usually delivered in English, but depending on resources and regional requirements, there is a possibility of provided it in other languages. While our courses are usually conducted at the national or regional level, they could be held in Geneva or in a major city of a mine ERW-affected country.

04

who can apply?

Some GICHD courses are offered regularly and qualified professionals are encouraged to apply. Participants are chosen with regional diversity and gender balance in mind. Therefore, if you are qualified but not selected, you are encouraged to apply for a future session.
We also provide training on request. You may submit your requests for specialized training to info(at)gichd.org

05

How much
does it cost?

The GICHD tries to make its services as accessible as possible, offering them at no charge or at greatly reduced cost. Such subsidies, however, are subject to ongoing availability of funding, timing and specific needs.


Costs incurred by the GICHD are generally covered by the Centre, and include expense items such as trainers or advisers’ fees, airfare and accommodation and training material. Extensive training packages are expensive and therefore, in certain circumstances, the Centre may ask the requesting agency to cover some or all of the costs.