Cash and Logistics Learning Resources

Building the CVA knowledge and skills of logisticians is an important part of ensuring cash-readiness.  The Movement Logistics Cash and Markets Competency Framework, is a key overview document outlining the required CVA competencies by tier or level. 
If you would like to assess your own cash-readiness, you can use a self-evaluation form (available in English or French). Results can be used to identify gaps and prioritise what, when and where training should be run as well as to guide your own professional development. We recommend retaking the self-assessment if you complete a training or mission related to CVA as your knowledge and skills will have developed.  Please send any completed forms to Claire and Niccolo for analysis and inclusion on our database, or contact us if you work or volunteer with a NS and would like a copy of the analysis tool: 

  • Claire Durham Program Manager, Global Movement (ICRC / IFRC) Logistics & Procurement Support to Cash Based Programming (cdurham@icrc.org / claire.durham@ifrc.org).
  • Niccolo Giancarli ICRC Global Logistics Cash and Markets Specialist (ngiancarli@icrc.org).

We have developed a CVA learning path for logisticians detailing the trainings available and the recommended order in which to take them. All CVA courses can be found on the general CVA courses page
If you are an NS who would like to run the training directly, please contact Claire and Niccolo to get access to the training material.

01 Jan 2019

Type: Learning

Organisation: RCRM

French version of a form to enabling staff and volunteers of the Movement to provide information needed to complete a self-assessment of their proficiency against a number of key competencies. This can guide the assessment of the level of cash-readiness amongst logisticians and procurement teams across the Movement and the identification of gaps, in order to prioritise relevant training courses.

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01 Jan 2019

Type: Learning

Organisation: RCRCM

This form enables staff and volunteers of the Movement to provide information needed to complete a self-assessment of their proficiency against a number of key competencies. This can guide the assessment of the level of cash-readiness amongst logisticians and procurement teams across the Movement and the identification of gaps, in order to prioritise relevant training courses.

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01 Jan 2019

Type: Learning

Organisation: RCRCM

The concept note provides the relevant information related to: objectives of the training; targeted audience; participant's profile; and methodology. It can be shared from facilitators to publicise the course and to allow potential participants and their line managers to judge its relevance and the level of commitment required.

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01 Jan 2019

Type: Learning

Organisation: RCRCM

The CfSS agenda outlines four training modules which are delivered over consecutive four days. Each module provides the essentional operational (tier/level 1) competencies required for support staff to contribute to the successful use of CVA. This training course of the Movement is typically delivered to groups of 25-30 IFRC, ICRC and NS participants.

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01 Jan 2019

Type: Learning

Organisation: RCRCM

Overview of the training courses currently available, which are presented in a logical flow from on-line theory through to practical, scenario-based learning. Participants moving through the levels/tiers from operational to tactical to strategic-managerial will be able to see at a glance which courses should be undertaken and when to provide the necessary competences required of the role profiles.

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01 Jan 2019

Type: Learning

Organisation: RCRCM

This is an informal working document consolidating the Competancy Frameworks of the ICRC and IFRC into one version. This framework enables us to refer to the same set of competancies at the Movement level, to facilitate the standardisation of logistics and procurement support for distribution and scale-up of CVA, and to identify and build the skills required to be cash-ready.

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