Implementing Philani Outreach Programme

Implementation last updated: 2014

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Training to support implementation

Requirements for program certification

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Pre-service staff training

Philani Outreach Programme provides outreach workers with initial and in-service training on topics such as child health and nutrition, HIV/ AIDS, tuberculosis, dental health, child development, mental health, occupational therapy, child abuse and neglect, resource mapping, counseling, and community home visiting. No information is available on the intensity of the training for outreach workers or whether certification is required.

No information is available on the required or recommended pre-service training for supervisors.

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In-service staff training

The program offers the outreach workers in-service trainings on the same set of topics that is available for the initial training. No information is available on the intensity or frequency of the in-service training provided to the outreach workers.

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Training materials

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Qualified trainers

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Technical assistance

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Implementation notes

The information contained on this page was last updated in April 2014. Recommended Further Reading lists the sources for this information.

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