Course Date Location Course fee: Click to Register (Group)
Start Date: 12/12/2022 End Date: 23/12/2022 Nairobi, Kenya $ 2,000 Register as Individual Register for Online Training Register as a Group


Migration, be it voluntary or forced (escaping wars, conflicts, natural disasters and other emergencies), can have complicated consequences at the social and psychological levels of individuals concerned. After leaving the stability of home, country and culture, migrants are exiled into countries where they often feel alienated, isolated and struggle from discrimination and violations of their basic human rights. As a practitioner, humanitarian worker, policy maker or researcher, it is vital to understand the psychosocial consequences of migration.

The course is based on a participatory, active learning approach, with an emphasis on peer-to-peer learning. 

Students who successfully complete the course will receive Certificate of Participation


·      This course introduces the psychosocial and mental health consequences of migration and the practical issues related to the provision of multidisciplinary culturally sensitive interventions. 

·      It will also address the issue of the stress experienced by humanitarian practitioners while working with affected populations.


Course Duration

This certificate course involves approximately 10 days.

Who should register to Attend

The course is aimed at practitioners and professionals who want to gain knowledge in the field of (im)migration and asylum, government officials (local and national level) dealing with migration and migration-related issues; staff of inter-governmental organisations; NGO staff members and service providers; and students of law, international relations, politics and social science. Participants should have a good written command of English and have high competence and comfort with computer and Internet use. 

Course structure

1.    Overview of the psychosocial and mental health consequences of migration

2.    The Inter Agency Standing Committee Guidelines (IASC) for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) for Emergency Settings and their implications for intervention

3.    Skills to assess problems, needs and resources

4.    Culturally and contextually sensitive interviewing skills and working with translators

5.    Introduction to individual, family and community interventions for populations living in camps and urban contexts

6.    Specific mechanisms workers and organisations can use to minimize staff burnout and maximise organisational effectiveness

General Notes

·      The instructor led trainings are delivered using a blended learning approach and comprises of presentations, guided sessions of practical exercise, web-based tutorials and group work. Our facilitators are seasoned industry experts with years of experience, working as professional and trainers in these fields.

·      The participants should be reasonably proficient in English as all facilitation and course materials will be offered in English.

·      Upon successful completion of this training, participants will be issued with a certificate.

·      The training will be held at Kincaid Training Centre. The course fee covers the course tuition, training materials, two break refreshments and lunch.

·      All participants will additionally cater for their, travel expenses, visa application, insurance, and other personal expenses.

·      Accommodation and airport pickup are arranged upon request. For reservations contact the Training coordinator at Email: or Tel: +254 724592901

·      This training can also be customized to suit the needs of your institution upon request. You can have it delivered in our Kincaid Training Centre or at a convenient location.


For further inquiries, please contact us on Tel: +254 724592901 or send mail to


Payments are due upon registration. Payment should be sent to our Bank account before commencement of training and proof of payment sent to