IDEP Foundation's Disaster Management Trainings


For further details about any of the trainings you can download that training's flyer by clicking on the link under the training's description. Please note that flyers explain costs associated with trainings conducted on-site at your location. If you are interested in joining one of IDEP's public trainings at the Training Center in Ubud, Bali see training costs for details.



Community Based Disaster Management
Training Duration: 5 days
Covers the principles and practices of Community Based Disaster Management. Includes community based disaster management; community risk assessment methodologies and evacuation systems; and emergency first response at the community level. See more info....


Introduction to Community Resilience
Training Duration: 6 days
Covers the principles and practices of Community Resilience programs. Includes community resilience; community resilience advocacy, mainstreaming and program design; and introduction to disaster risk reduction education. See more info...






Disaster Management Training of Trainers
Training Duration: 12 days
Builds disaster management facilitation skills. It includes opportunities to practice disaster management facilitation in communities. Includes effective community disaster management facilitation; and community disaster management training design. Note: It is recommended that participants for this workshop have already completed the IDEP DM.01 training prior to joining this training. See more info...


Community Risk Assessment
Training Duration: 5 days
A technical training that covers covering the principles and practices of community risk assessment. Includes how to identify and manage community risks; how to develop community risk management indicators; disaster management planning; and risk mapping for communities and schools. See more info...






Community Evacuation & First Response
Training Duration: 6 days
Covers the principles and practices of community evacuation and emergency response to disaster. Includes organizing community emergency response; community disaster response planning and evacuation systems; and emergency first response at the community level. See more info...