Classes run on Wednesday, June 19th and Thursday, June 20th.
Specific days and times for each class are listed below.
Humanitarian principles are at the core of the Red Cross mission, and continuing this work requires inspiring and engaging the next generation. Across the country, American Red Cross chapters help both adults and youth understand international humanitarian law and its relevance to our daily lives and issues we face as a country.
Even in war, there are limits. The Geneva Conventions protect civilians, prisoners of war and wounded soldiers. The American Red Cross helps people in the U.S. understand and respect these laws.
The Cincinnati Area Chapter offers several courses (free and accredited) on these topics. By relating humanitarian issues to current affairs, these efforts educate our citizens, soldiers, young people and leaders about the importance of humanitarian principles and preserving human dignity.
The Cincinnati Red Cross has the following International Courses coming up for the month of June. Register today!
Classes are Free to the Public / Social Work CEU Credit available, Rates listed below:
International Humanitarian Law - Wednesday, 8:30am - 12:30pm (3.5 CEUs, meets ETHICS requirements)
This course provides a basic introduction to the structure, history, the basis for International Red Cross and Red Crescent global network and the Geneva Conventions. It explains the legal protections for people, combatants, and civilians, impacted by war and the work of the Red Cross on behalf of those groups of people.
International Relief & Development - Thursday, 8:30am - 12:30pm (3.5 CEUs)
This course explores the role of the American Red Cross in preparing for and responding to international disasters, as well as how it works with the Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. It also covers a variety of current international relief and development projects worldwide and relief activities that the local chapter is involved in.
Restoring Family Links/Tracing Services - Thursday, 1:30pm - 5:00pm (3 CEUs)
This course explains the comprehensive global communication network and how the International Red Cross Committee works in conjunction with the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies to locate reunite and exchange Red Cross Messages between separated loved ones because of war, international conflict, or disaster. The tracing of Holocaust survivors continues to be a critical part of this program.
NOTE: The international courses as described are educational in nature only and do not qualify participants as International Delegates for the American Red Cross or other Red Cross/Red Crescent International Projects. Contact International Services at 513-579-3023 for additional information.
Social Work CEU’s
CEU Approval for Ohio Social Workers & Counselors
RSX 019203/ RCX-050602
Pre-registration required $35 for one course, $50 for two, and $65 for all three. Payable at time of registration.
For more information contact: Dyah Miller, email@example.com or call 513-579-3023