The PHAP Credentialing Program offers independent and robust certifications in key competency areas for humanitarian practice. Since the launch of the program in 2017, assessments have been delivered via a remotely proctored/invigilated system, allowing candidates to use their own computer and webcam to sit for the assessment instantly from anywhere in the world. In order to further improve the reach of the program, PHAP is currently in the process of developing a complementary face-to-face assessment option for those who do not have a sufficiently reliable internet connection or otherwise prefer not to use their own computer.
We are first piloting this assessment delivery method in Nairobi 26-29 June. We will then be continuing the piloting later in the year in Amman, Bangkok, Dubai, Geneva, and Kampala.
This opportunity is offered to everyone interested in pursuing the PHAP Credentialing Program certifications. You will need to already hold an assessment credit, or purchase one before your assessment.
- Learn more about the assessment opportunity in Nairobi and book an assessment slot
- Learn more about the PHAP Credentialing Program