[WEBINAR] How to Obtain Accreditation for eLearning Courses for Health Workers
Keeping up-to-date on new advances and information in medical care is critical for frontline health workers, yet access to quality professional development is often challenging for individuals with limited resources. Accredited eLearning courses can address this challenge.
Many training institutions and eLearning authors seek course accreditation to meet health workers’ licensure requirements. The process for obtaining accreditation is rewarding, but can be difficult to navigate.
On August 7, 2018, K4Health hosted How to Obtain Accreditation for eLearning Courses for Health Worker during which webinar presenters offered tips and tricks - drawn from real-life experiences at the regional and country levels - for navigating the accreditation process and ensuring that training curriculum, specifically that of eLearning courses, meets the requirements of local regulatory bodies.
Download the presentation slides:
- Lisa Mwaikambo, Director of Knowledge Management Integration, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
- Peter Muchiri Ngatia, Associate Professor and Interim Vice Chancellor, Amref International University
- Matthew Thuku, Team Lead, IntraHealth International Kenya (on behalf of Dr. Janet Muriuki, Technical Director and Deputy Chief of Party, IntraHealth International Kenya)