Humanitrain is a research-based professional organisation led by aid workers. It functions with a team of advisors in medicine, public health, security and well-being. Our training consultants have a vast experince in conflicts and difficult circumstances. Ranging from natural and man-made disasters, urban and rural conflicts over the past fifteen years. Here are some of them.
A former nurse (critical care and tropical medicine) and British Army Officer, Catherine has fifteen years of experience with non-government organisations, the United Nations and the Red Cross.
Clea Kahn has worked in the humanitarian field for over 20 years with a wide range of global organisations, including government (UK DFID), UN and non-governmental organisations.
Sarah Martin has over 19 years of experience in research, advocacy, training and project management with international organisations. She specialises in GBV prevention.
Randel Bareham is a Security Risk Management consultant and trainer with over seventeen years of experience in the humanitarian sector. He has spent the last 13 years helping humanitarian organisations.
Josephine is a senior manager, leader and advisor in development, humanitarian contexts and fragile states, with over twenty years field and headquarter experience. She has worked with donors, international organisations, the UN and many more.
Paul is an experienced security and training professional, with worldwide operational and training experience. Paul is able to deploy quickly and with a proven ability to assess and manage difficult situations in unstable and highly insecure environments.
Ellie spent 11 years as an Engineering Officer in the Armed Forces and has a great deal of experience in managing high pressure, critical situations. She maintains several qualifications in high threat and hostile environments first aid.
Dr Caroline Grange qualified in medicine from London University in 1983 and following several general medical jobs has worked as an anaesthetist in a number of teaching and tertiary referral centres in London, Sydney (Australia) and Vancouver (Canada).