First part of the training course will be based on good international practices and standards, lessons learned on the ground and practical case studies, and will include a technical site visit to a resettlement site.
Second part of the training course will provide you with the many required and demanding attributes to ensure you effectively manage your Security Management program and projects. This training course will provide how your personnel and systems must integrate and support the business in order to secure key assets, rather than restrict its operation.
By the end of this Averest training course, participants will be able to:
Understand In general all aspects of land acquisition involving resettlement.
Learn and analyse the full range of threats and risks to their organisation
Learn skills to combat these threats and put into place standards, plans and strategies
Understand how to increase the professional reputation and standing of the security role
Design programs to protect corporate intellectual property and physical assets
Understand the business reasons why security should be a board level responsibility
Welcome, introductions, overview of the course as a whole;
General introduction to social issues and development challenges;
Overview of resettlement as a process;
Basic underlying concepts such as social license to operate; business case; free, prior and informed consent; human rights; sustainable livelihoods;
Introduction to human rights;
Overview of the various International Standards: World Bank social safeguards, IFC Performance Standards, EBRD, IAIA guidelines, United Nations Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights, relevant legal principles and frameworks;
Understanding social impacts and social risks of investment projects (including sustainable livelihoods; resilience; vulnerability; ecosystem services; health impacts);
Ways of assessing and addressing social issues and tools to use (social impact assessment, baselines, profiles);
Stakeholder Engagement and grievance mechanisms and conflict;
Linking livelihoods restoration to Local Employment and Local Procurement ;
Resettlement impacts, risk and opportunity assessment;