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OBF Academy -Case HPass

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HPass: Using digital badging to recognise humanitarian learning, skills and experience

In this webinar, Esther Grieder, HPass Programme Lead, will talk about how HPass is using digital badging to recognise the learning, skills and experience of people working in humanitarian action across a wide range of locations and organisations.

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OBF Academy -Case HPass

  1. 1. Using Digital Badging to Recognise Humanitarian Skills & Experience
  2. 2. 1 HPass is a new platform dedicated to humanitarian professional development, promoting • Quality • Consistency, and • Transparency In the way that humanitarians are trained, assessed and recognised for their achievements. Supporting and Strengthening Humanitarians Everywhere
  3. 3. 2 Humanitarians are time-poor and the nature of their work means that learning is often through practical experience as well as formal courses & assessments Recruitment & deployment processes conducted at speed require HR & roster managers to be able to make important decisions quickly about each candidate’s suitability Learning on-the-job Rapid deployment HPass promotes a system of recognising humanitarians’ skills and experience, reflecting challenges specific to the humanitarian sector… Movement Humanitarians move frequently between locations and organisations, and need evidence of their skills and experience which is recognisable and verifiable across borders
  4. 4. 3 We estimate there are over ~16MM volunteers and ~1.25MM workers involved in humanitarian action globally. Humanitarian Action includes development and humanitarian aid. Humanitarian aid is emergency response and disaster relief only. Note: Numbers as of 2016. 1. Excludes HQ staff and other paid staff not on the frontlines/ field. 2. Assumes humanitarian aid is ~1/3 of all global aid going towards humanitarian action. Informed by ELRHA which estimates around 35% of all aid workers are humanitarian aid workers. 3. Cumulative number of learners reached since 2010. 4. Both estimates since 2010. “Learners” includes those being assessed. 5. Exact estimate closer to 3.8MM volunteers. Estimated from the 61 National Societies which launched a disaster response emergency relief operation or emergency appeal during 2016. Sources: State of the Humanitarian System, 2015 (ALNAP); Everyone Counts, 2018 (IFRC); Humanitarian Professionalization – A Scoping Study, 2011 (ELRHA), INGO Annual Reports ~1.25MM Paid Frontline Personnel in Humanitarian Action ~425K Of which, paid workers in Humanitarian Aid2 ~16MM+ Volunteers in Humanitarian Action among Top 5 INGOs1 INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION
  5. 5. 4 Humanitarian OrganisationsHumanitarians “I want to plan my development, ensure I’m investing in quality learning, and network with potential employers” Workers or volunteers in humanitarian action including development, peace building, and emergency relief operations HPass services target humanitarians, and the organisations that must prepare them for response “I want to find and develop individuals to enable better humanitarian action.” Recruiters or line managers responsible for identifying needed skill-sets and sourcing required talent. This includes “I want to ensure my offer is high quality and signal this to potential learners” Providers of courses, credentials, or assessments. This could include employers acting in their capacity as workforce developers
  6. 6. HPass -the story so far
  7. 7. HPass History 2011 - 2015 Research & engagement - 2000 individuals - 34 partners - 38 countries 2016 - 2017 Development of digital badging offer, & Quality Standards - 400 organisations consulted 2018 Pilot -34 organisations trial Quality Standards or badges 2019 Roll-out! -26 organisations signed up to digital badging so far
  8. 8. HPass in 2019
  9. 9. 8 Steps towards ‘critical mass’  26 organisations  Sponsored licences for 12 months
  10. 10. 9 Tailored support, web clinics & guidance materials
  11. 11. Some examples of how organisations are using HPass in practice… World Vision • Completion of course content offered by World Vision and a range of external partners • Surge team eligibility PHAP • Completion of a rigorous online assessment in an area of technical expertise International Federation of the Red Cross • Participation in organisational ‘Learn to Change’ network • Recognition of escalating levels of commitment, forming a pathway Oxfam • Course completion • Self-identification as reporting champions through use in e-signatures Humanitarian U • Completion of 4 courses with accompanying online tests • Agreement to maintain certification by completing 48 continuing professional development credits every two years Institut Bioforce • Completion of face-to face courses
  12. 12. Case Study 1: War Child lnkd.in/gi_2agk
  13. 13. Case Study 2: Save the Children
  14. 14. Case study 3: Humanitarian Leadership Academy Safeguarding Essentials
  15. 15. myHPass Platform Updates • New dashboard • New profile feature • Login pages from the website – badge factory & myHPass • Public availability of badge catalogue • 2000+ individual users • 4000+ badges on myHPass
  16. 16. HPass communications - https://hpass.org/  New website, including myHPass login  Social media presence -Linkedin & Twitter  HPass leaflets & digital badging infographic  Promotion through Kaya website
  17. 17. What’s next for 2020?
  18. 18. 17 #1:Build our individual user base  4,500 individual users on myHPass  10,000 followers across all platforms
  19. 19. 18 Raising awareness of your digital badges among users 1. User Guidance 2. Social media
  20. 20. 19 Raising awareness of your digital badges among users NEW – Videos! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtDJZwq19NAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgvS0KJD2wE
  21. 21. 20 #2 Continue to work with our organisational users  35 organisations by end of year  New groups such as universities & local orgs  Opportunities for organisations to collaborate to create commonly recognized badges
  22. 22. 21 #3 Offering new functionality and evolving the HPass offer in response to feedback  Mobile app – coming in Spring  Badge analytics & reporting
  23. 23. 22 #4 Support more organisations to take up the Quality Standards  Webinars  Online course  Conferences  Workshops https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23uWrDYJAAg
  24. 24. Thanks! Questions?

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