1. How do I join?
    So... you've had a look around this web site. If you would like some more information you are very welcome to contact us.
    Call on +44 – (0)7813 854 298 or +44 – (0)1964 631 826 and we are ready to answer your questions.
    You can also email us with your questions, or simply fill in the application form found elsewhere on this web site and send it to us - then we will contact you. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Skype: m.forell
  2. Are there any age limits for participating?
    You must be at least 18 years old to enroll. There is no upper age limit.
  3. I am very bad at languages, can I manage with English at the projects?
    Maybe! In Malawi, Namibia and India, you can get by with speaking English…but it is always a big advantage for you that you to learn as much as you can of the local language or dialect. If you want to go to Mozambique, Angola or Guinea-Bissau, you must be able to understand and speak Portuguese.
  4. Do I need to speak English to start the programme?
    You need to speak English fairly well to start. It is a very intensive course, with all educational materials and lessons and courses in English. Communication difficulties will set you back.
  5. How can I join an info meeting or a preparatory weekend?
    Contact us for more information and make an agreement with one of our representatives that you would like to participate. Information Meetings are held in different countries in Europe, and you are also welcome to visit us for a couple of days here at CICD.
  6. What kind of people join the programme?
    Development Instructors are from 18-72 years, from different countries and have very different backgrounds. Some participants come directly from high school and others have may have been university lecturers or business managers…
    But all have one thing in common: They believe in the fact that individuals can make a difference - if they join hands in their endeavour to fulfill their dreams.