NGO Field Training:

An Introduction to International Development

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Join us on a 2 week training course in Africa or Asia, and kick-start your career in the NGO sector.

Are you interested in a career in the NGO sector but looking to gain experience in the field? Then this is the course for you.

One of the few training courses to be led by local experts, this is a unique chance to get introductory training in the field with a leading international development organisation.

You will be joining a team of like-minded students to spend 2 weeks in Uganda, Nepal or Sierra Leone taking part in workshops, tackling group projects, and visiting the programmes that are being delivered on the ground.



Uganda, Nepal or Sierra Leone.


2 weeks during your Summer break with the option to extend and explore the country.

How much?

Prices are dependant on country and dates of travel - get in touch to discuss options with us.

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A bit about you:

  • A career in the NGO sector awaits! Now you’re looking to get some training under your belt and boost your CV with some stand-out experience.

  • Or…the NGO world interests you but you want to experience the work for yourself before you start writing those Masters applications.

  • You’re keen to learn from the locals who are designing and delivering the projects on the ground day to day.

  • You’re keen to fill your Summer break with adventure & to learn new skills!

A bit about us:

  • We are an international development organisation that works closely with institutions such as UNICEF, DFiD and USAID.

  • We work through local partners to deliver grassroots programmes and in doing so, have become experts in the emergency education space.

  • We don’t make any profit on delivering this course. We want to train you - the NGO professionals of the future - on how to deliver locally led solutions to global issues.

  • With 8 years experience with volunteers, we can promise you will be well looked-after & shown how to make the most of the country you are in.


The Fundraising.

As part of the programme, we ask that you aim to raise £1,000 in aid of Street Child, with your Student Team Leader and the Street Child fundraising team there to help you along the way. Our project work is only made possible through successful fundraising, and so this is a great way to make an even bigger contribution to Street Child’s work. During your trip, you'll have unique opportunity to actually see the impact of your fundraising!



Get in touch with your Student Team Leader for more information & apply today!

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