C-TECH offers fully-funded training course to HIV/AIDS Health Practitioners from the region.
C-TECH is facilitating a valuable educational and capacity building opportunity for Public Health practitioners working in HIV/AIDs response across the Caribbean.
Through the I-TECH sub-award, C-TECH has provided financial support for sixty (60) Public Health practitioners to participate in the Project Management in Global Health course at the University of Washington Global Health E-Learning Program. C-TECH made an open call to public health practitioners and received an overwhelming response of over 200 interested applicants.
“C-TECH is continually looking for ways to strengthen our partnerships and provide differentiated training opportunities for the health workforce. As we are currently navigating this pandemic, the project management skills gained from this course will equip healthcare project managers with the tools and skills to improve the quality of care at their treatment sites and be able to respond to future health emergencies, ” said Natalie Irving-Mattocks, C-TECH’s Executive Director.
The course will allow participants to learn the fundamentals of project management, including conducting needs assessments, creating planning and implementation documents, managing project resources and evaluating projects. The selected participants include medical doctors, HIV/AIDS Programme Managers and coordinators and representatives from partner organisations working in the field. The course commences on 28 June 2021.
The next offering of the course will be Summer 2022.