The Logistics Cluster Induction Training (LCIT) is designed to familiarise participants with the Logistics Cluster by providing an initial experience of the cluster approach in an emergency setting. This training provides information on the following topics: the cluster approach, the humanitarian reform, the mandate and functions of the Logistics Cluster. Participants are also informed about the potential logistics constraints and bottlenecks in a humanitarian response, and how to overcome them. The LCIT varies in format and can be facilitated through a combination of desktop and simulation exercises.
3.5 days (adaptable to suit audience requirements).
Professionals with a logistics profile and previous emergency response experience.
Participants have a common understanding on the cluster approach and cluster mandate to ensure an efficient and effective inter-agency logistics response.
Participants are able to best coordinate with the Logistics Cluster on behalf of their organisations and are prepared to be deployed as a member of a Logistics Cluster team.
Participants obtain an improved understanding of recurrent logistics bottlenecks and on the strategies to avoid and overcome constraints.
How to apply:
Nomination through Logistics Cluster Focal Point within partner organisations or through the Head of Supply Chain Units within WFP. If you are not a member of a partner organisation or WFP, please contact HQ.GLC.Training@wfp.org Interested in implementing/hosting this training? Please contact HQ.GLC.Training@wfp.org
Interested in implementing/hosting this training? Please contact HQ.GLC.Training@wfp.org.
The completion of this training is a pre-requisite for participation in the LRTT and the IMT.