Learning | Education | Training

Certified professional development courses

Academic and professional courses in partnership with world class institutions

Red Cross Red Crescent centres

Find out about the growing number of specialized Red Cross Red Crescent reference centres


The IFRC has a range of tools available to assist in your research projects.

Learning platform

An online learning community delivering Red Cross Red Crescent professional learning ...

Humanitarian education

Humanitarian Education is project-based learning for children and young people. It is taking plac...

World Disasters Report

World Disasters Report is the IFRC's flagship publication. An indepth investigation into one ...

About Learning | Education | Training

Learning | Education | Training (LET) is a learning environment that provides lifelong learning for Red Cross Red Crescent staff and volunteers.

It offers academic online courses that are accredited with leading universities and a fast-growing number of self-directed online courses that are open to all, as well as a vibrant community of learners.

All LET programmes are designed to stimulate new thinking, set standards and establish curricula that are relevant to the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement's core business areas and beyond.

LET and me

What National Societies are saying

We are reaching out to more volunteers and getting volunteers into programmes faster. We are getting more effective face-to-face meetings with online learning. Volunteers that are non-Swedish speakers can get an introduction through courses in different languages which means that we can get more diversity and different competencies within the Swedish Red Cross.

It is a great way to reach out with knowledge to the whole of Sweden.

Swedish Red Cross

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian organization, with 189 member National Societies. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, our work is guided by seven fundamental principles; humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality. About this site & copyright