The National Association of Human Rights Workers (NAHRW) has designed a training curriculum that will enhance the professional growth and career development for civil and human rights professionals.....both entry-level and advanced.
Completion of the training program makes you eligible to be certified as a Professional Human Rights Worker (PHRW) and/or Masters Professional Human Rights Worker (MPHRW).
Find out the requirements for completion of the Professional Skills Certificate Program and the Master Skills Certificate Program and see sample course descriptions. Credits are earned by successful completion of Skill Building Workshops, Skill Building Institutes and Leader’s Institutes. Upon completion of the programs, you are eligible to be certified as a Professional Human Rights Worker (PHRW) and Masters Professional Human Rights Worker (MPHRW).
Professional Skills Certificate for Human Rights Workers
To earn the Professional Human Rights Worker (PHRW) Certification, the following must be completed within three years:
Successfully complete the twelve core courses
Successfully complete four electives, for a total of sixteen (16) Skill Building Credits.
Master Skills Certificate for Human Rights Workers
To earn a Master Human Rights Worker (MHRW) Certification, you must first complete all requirements for the PHRW certification, and, within two additional years, complete the following:
Teach one (1) first year and one (1) second-year core class
Complete six (6) additional classes not included in core classes
Write an article that is accepted for publication in the Journal of Intergroup Relations
Teach sixteen (16) additional hours of core instruction of NAHRW-sponsored training or electives
Teach sixteen (16) additional hours of core instruction of NAHRW sponsored training or electives
NAHRW offers a training curriculum which is designed to enhance the professional growth and career development for civil and human rights professionals.....both entry level and advanced.
See training curriculum here.