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1 CDI Module 10: A Review of Effective Skills Training ©Jhpiego Corporation The Johns Hopkins University A Training Program on Community- Directed Intervention (CDI) to Improve Access to Essential Health Services

2 Module 10 Objectives By the end of this module, learners will:  List principles and approaches of adult education for training health workers  Describe a conducive learning environment that enables active skills practice and learning  Identify locally appropriate learning aids  Provide examples of training methods and experiences that are interactive  Explain the need to monitor, evaluate and revise training 2

3 Time Is Needed for Practice  This module presents the 12 effective teaching skills quickly  Facilitators should plan practical opportunities for learners (e.g., community-directed intervention [CDI] focal persons) to develop sample community- directed distributor (CDD) learning sessions based on these modules 3

4 The Components of Effective Training 1. Lay the foundations for educating health care providers 2. Develop objectives for learning 3. Plan for teaching 4. Prepare the learning environment 5. Prepare and use teaching aids 6. Prepare and deliver interactive presentations 7.Facilitate group learning 8. Monitor and revise teaching 9. Facilitate the development of health care delivery skills 10. Manage clinical practice 11. Prepare and use knowledge assessments 12. Prepare and use skills assessments 4

5 1. Lay the Foundations for Educating Health Care Providers Lay strong foundations by: Describing the guiding principles of adult education for training health care providers Defining core tasks and competencies and their role in curriculum development and design Recognizing effective approaches to teaching and learning Listing the challenges in educating health care providers 5 Adults learn best when they can share what they already know and learn more by actively doing

6 2. Develop Objectives for Learning Focus your training by:  Identifying the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be learned in your course  Writing measurable, observable objectives  Writing supporting objectives Sample By the end of this session, the CDD will:  Determine whether a child has fever  Administer and interpret a rapid diagnostic test (RDT)  Provide age-appropriate artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT) for malaria  Counsel a caregiver on the need for taking a full course of ACT  Ask a caregiver to report back if child does not improve 6

7 3. Plan for Teaching  Develop a course syllabus  Plan for learner assessment  Select teaching methods  Select and adapt learning materials  Develop a course schedule 7

8 4. Prepare the Learning Environment Set up a space for learners that provides:  Comfort  Ease of interaction  Opportunities for simulation or practice  Adequate equipment and supplies 8

9 5. Prepare and Use Teaching Aids Examples include:  Using a writing board  Employing a flip chart  Preparing and using slides  Using video  Developing culturally appropriate stories, proverbs and songs 9

10 Use Locally Available Materials 10

11 6. Prepare and Deliver Interactive Presentations  Plan a presentation  Introduce a presentation  Use effective presentation skills  Use questioning techniques during a presentation  Summarize a presentation 11

12 7. Facilitate Group Learning  Select, plan and facilitate group learning activities  Create and facilitate a role play  Create and facilitate a case study  Create and facilitate a clinical simulation  Facilitate a brainstorming session  Facilitate a discussion 12

13 8. Monitor and Revise Instruction  Ensure that observers take notes at each session  Establish ways for learner feedback  Hold facilitators’ meetings to review and revise teaching 13

14 9. Facilitate the Development of Health Care Delivery Skills  List the steps of skills development  Develop and use competency-based learning tools  Introduce and demonstrate a skill  Facilitate skills practice and give feedback 14

15 10. Manage Clinical Practice  Select and prepare clinical instructors and staff  Coordinate clinical practice  Conduct clinical practice sessions  Monitor learners’ progress 15 CDDs need guided opportunities to learn correct community case management procedures

16 11. Prepare and Use Knowledge Assessments  Select methods for assessing learners’ knowledge  Prepare knowledge assessments  Develop questions for objective, written examinations  Administer and score knowledge assessments  Use assessment results to improve performance  Design formats for low-literacy learners 16

17 12. Prepare and Use Skills Assessments  Select methods for assessing learners’ skills  Prepare skills assessments  Develop structured practical examinations  Administer and score skills assessments  Use results to improve performance 17

18 Summary  Training health care workers—including CDDs— should be based on principles and approaches of adult education  The learning environment should be conducive to learning and enable active skills practice  Locally appropriate learning aids should be developed and used  Training methods and experiences should be interactive  Training should be monitored, evaluated and revised 18


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