CTG Wellbeing gives our consultants access to remote counselling, either from independent counselling professionals with backgrounds in the humanitarian and development sector, or through the Wellbeing First Aiders (WFAs), members of the CTG team who understand the challenges consultants face every day.
Our Wellbeing First Aiders, while not professional counsellors, lend a friendly ear during times of increased stress. They can provide short-term support and refer you to further resources or professional help if needed.
For further support, our independent counselling professionals have years of experience within challenging environments and can help you understand the impact of your stress, and how to best cope with it.
If you are feeling highly stressed and need such support, please reach out to the CTG Wellbeing team to book your free and confidential counselling sessions.
CTG has launched an e-learning portal to keep our teams informed and inspired.
Called CTG Learning, it’s part of the respected e-learning platform Kaya, developed by The Humanitarian Leadership Academy.
Take advantage of a wide catalogue of free courses, developed by leading international humanitarian and development organisations, ranging from security awareness to operating within the COVID-19 landscape.
With essential resources at your fingertips, such as how to use MyCTG and our approach to Duty of Care, CTG Learning will also ensure new staff are prepared for deployment with the compulsory Onboarding Pass course.
Head to CTG Learning here or login at the top of this website.
The Field Liaison Office, known as FLO, are here to help you with any query that you might have relating to your role with CTG.
Have an HR question or want to know more about your insurance? Having trouble with MyCTG or are you confused about your contract? For these questions and more, FLO is ready to support.
Reach out to the team via the chatbot on this website.