How to organise a LEGS Training Course

LEGS is an independent initiative that aims to improve the quality and livelihoods impact of livestock-related projects in humanitarian situations.

LEGS Core Training Courses

Below are instructions on how to organise your own LEGS Core Training Course (formerly called the “3-day LEGS Training Course”), and a list of everything you need.

How to Organise a LEGS Core Training Course

Interested organisations can commission the LEGS Core Training Course (formerly called the “3-day LEGS Training Course”) from any of the LEGS Trainers in their country or region. The LEGS Trainers (graduates of the LEGS Training of Trainers, or TOTs) are equipped with the proper skills, methods and training materials.

If there is no one from your country listed, please contact the LEGS Administrator who can put you in touch with local LEGS Trainers who have not yet been accredited. Only LEGS Trainers are authorised to deliver the LEGS Core Training See the LEGS Training Policy for more details.

Please contact the LEGS Administrator if you are planning a course, so we can add it to our calendar. LEGS cannot provide funding for the LEGS Core Training Course, but we are happy to provide advice and information and guidance.

What You Need for a LEGS Training Course

In order to organise a LEGS Core Training Course, you will need the following:

  • A LEGS Trainer: If the Trainer is employed, you may be able to come to an arrangement with his/her employer for their time. If he/she is a consultant, you will need to pay their daily fee rate.
  • Copies of the LEGS handbook: You must have a copy for each participant; they are available to purchase in hard copy direct from the publisher, or packs of 24 are also available for purchase in bulk. Alternatively you can print out copies using the free pdf version.
  • Handouts: The LEGS Trainer will provide will provide training handouts and other materials.
  • A suitable venue: LEGS recommends a maximum of 24 participants for participatory training, and a room that allows movement for group work, exercises and energisers.