Learning & Development at INEE

As the world faces increasingly complex and protracted crises, the number of children and young people whose right to education is at risk continues to grow. To meet these complex needs, all practitioners and stakeholders must continue to develop their EiE knowledge and skills so that they are able to ‘ensure the right to a quality, safe, and relevant education for all who live in emergency and crisis contexts through prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery’.

TiCC Training
Teachers in Crisis Context Training, Amman, Jordan, 2017

INEE defines capacity strengthening as ‘the strengthening of knowledge, ability, skills, and behavior to help people and organizations achieve their goals’ and explicitly identifies capacity building as a network wide priority in the INEE Strategic Framework 2018-2023.

INEE members work together to develop inter-agency tools and resources to support relevant learning experiences, and support EiE practitioners and stakeholders to use the INEE Minimum Standards, as well as providing diverse learning opportunities for the network. INEE also shares high quality Learning & Development  opportunities from individual organizations and initiatives, while working with network members to improve and harmonize sector-wide approaches to professional development and supporting the professionalization of the EiE workforce


INEE’s Kaya Portal is home to e-learning courses developed by INEE, as well as links to relevant courses in the EiE sector.

INEE Training Packages and Modules

Additional learning and development, training, and professional development resources are available here.

INEE Minimum Standards Trainings

MS Training
INEE members taking part in an INEE Minimum Standards training via zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020

The INEE Minimum Standards aims to enhance the quality of educational preparedness, response and recovery, increase access to safe and relevant learning opportunities and ensure accountability in providing these services. Additionally, the standards are valuable to support transitioning quality education provision from humanitarian aid to development assistance and strengthening national education policies.

INEE provides multiple training formats to allow members to familiarize themselves with the Minimum Standards, including face-to-face trainings, online trainings and orientations, and an online self-paced course on Kaya. 

Individual INEE members will be able to apply for MS training opportunities once the update of the Minimum Standards is published in mid-2023.

If you have any questions on any of INEE’s learning experiences, including MS trainings or orientations, please contact learning@inee.org