ICRC’s onboarding program: designed to prepare their staff for the field

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The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is a custodian of the Geneva Convention. With an operational budget of €1.75bn for 2017, they respond whenever people are affected by armed conflict or disasters in conflict zones. For the past five years, the ICRC has been transforming the way it designs and delivers critical training to its 17,000 staff, in order to effectively and rapidly deploy its humanitarian services. Such responsiveness depends in large part on how quickly their staff in the field can be brought to full proficiency, making effective Onboarding critical. It is also important that their Onboarding Program reflect the unique realities of the ICRC “workplace”.

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