The ESMP training courses employ a combination of theoretical and practical sessions with interactive exercises such as Simulation and Role Play. They are facilitated by a blend of experienced academics and practitioners who combine the fundamental theories in the field with the rich experiences of their practice to engender a holistic understanding of issues within the subject area. Gender is highly considered an integral component of migration and associated vulnerability. Facilitators are, thus, obliged to ensure that the gender aspects of their topics and the peculiar considerations of women and children are given full attention.
The range of teaching methods for the Course includes:
- Brainstorming sessions (Facilitated discussion to raise pertinent points)
- Lectures (Teaching)
- Case studies
- Educational videos