The Sankt Barbara Foundation offers training for potential returnees from Germany to conflict-ridden countries of origin. The focus is on "Dangers from explosive remnants of war".
The format for the training courses has been adapted and built up modularly according to the modular system. Content, duration, date and location can now be designed individually and flexibly as required. We are happy to come to you. Individual requests as well as inquiries from institutions and organizations are possible. The interactive live online awareness training to inform about the dangers of explosive remnants of war can also be arranged individually and flexibly.
However, armed conflict may leave some areas of the country with explosive remnants of war, while other areas are considered safe.
The face-to-face training is modularly structured. The "awareness of the dangers of explosive remnants of war" is a fixed component. Here, as in the live online training, the participants learn to recognise and avoid these dangers. They can pass on the knowledge they have acquired directly as multipliers to family, friends, neighbours or the community remaining in their country of origin and apply it themselves when they return home.
Additional modules that can be selected: basics of first aid and/ or reconstruction and/ or water/ sanitation/ hygiene
Participation in the training is free of charge and is open to all interested parties from conflict-affected countries of origin, but is particularly aimed at potential returnees, as well as those with an unclear perspective who have families in a conflict-affected country of origin.
An obligation to leave the country remains unaffected by the measure.
Information flyers for the face-to-face training with the different modules and for the live online awareness training can be found under Downloads.
Course: Hazard awareness and Information Completion with participation certificate
Duration: individually negotiable (between 3 and 9 days) Live online awareness training: 90 minutes
Costs: Participation is free of charge. The project is funded by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF).