Training

The CHI supports workforce development through the development and conduct of training programs and health education and program support tools. Our training programs and materials are public health focused, evidence-based, and culturally targeted. JSI works with its partners to identify what factors contribute to desired performance and what can be done to strengthen them, developing targeted training, as appropriate. To measure the effectiveness of our training, JSI builds evaluation into every project. We assess training impact at specific intervals to find out how well participants are applying the skills learned and how on-the-job performance has improved. The CHI employs state-of-the-art learning management and production tools and uses a variety of training modalities including conferences, workshops, prerecorded training modules and webinars.

  • Curriculum development
  • Design and implement evidence-based, health promotion messages and guidelines
  • Design of targeted educational materials and multi-pronged campaigns and social marketing campaigns
  • On-site professional education with continuing education credits
  • Conference planning and logistics, and onsite support
  • Training health care providers and managers as well as community members and peer outreach workers to achieve performance goals
  • Develop and conduct trainings in public health, clinical services, cultural competency, and institutional strengthening
  • Development and production of health education and program support tools targeting both service providers and target populations
  • Development of public health focused, evidence-based, and culturally targeted programs and materials
  • Identification of factors that contribute to desired performance and developing targeted training to strengthen performance
  • Assessment of training impact at specific intervals