Induction & skills development
The induction programme “HI Welcome” was created to facilitate the arrival of new staff members. It is designed to help them acquire the common foundation of HI references, situate their role within the organisation, and the meaning of their commitment.
This programme is made up of two modules:
The "online" module
This training course presents HI's history, missions, challenges and policies in an interactive, user-friendly way. All new members of the team, including interns, are asked to complete the modules on the HI remote training platform, ideally within a month of joining the organisation.
The "live" module
This module takes the form of a one-day training course in Lyon or Brussels. Participants must have completed the online module. It is open to all headquarters and national association staff members on permanent contracts or temporary contracts of longer than 6 months, as well as new international staff members.
HI Learn & Go is our remote training platform.
This is where all HI team members (staff, interns, members of the board of trustees, ambassadors, branch managers, auditors etc.) can access online training courses targeting a range of skills, with a specific focus on digital skills.
These training courses are developed by our in-house experts or external partners.
Several professional training modules allow our staff members to:
- understand and take on board the organisation’s operating procedures
- develop connections with resource people at headquarters and their peers.
THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT MODULE
for all HI project managers.
THE FASST MODULE
for all logistics - finance - human resources managers. Sessions will be held every two months in French or English in Lyon. These same modules can be delivered at regional level at the request of the relevant Geographic Division.
Our managers are offered training modules to support them in developing their management skills.
Personal development training courses, specifically in stress management, are also organised by our skills development unit in collaboration with our psychologists.
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