Care That Counts eLearning Course for Quality Improvement in Programs for Vulnerable Children
This eLearning course is designed for in-country Ministry personnel, international non-governmental organizations (NGO), national NGOs, USAID Mission staff, or anyone interested in learning more about using quality improvement principles to strengthen programs for vulnerable children. This course can also be used to educate and advocate for quality improvement in programming for vulnerable children.
Module 1 is an Introduction to Quality Improvement and takes about 30 minutes to complete. It includes a pre-assessment test for the learner to see what they know and what they can learn more about. It then introduces the principles of quality improvement and explains how they are used in improving the quality of programming for vulnerable children. Module 2 covers Best Practices in Improving Quality of Care for Vulnerable Children: The Quality Improvement Road Map. This module takes one to three hours to complete. Learners are guided along the steps in the quality improvement road map, which include creating awareness, building commitment, developing standards, implementing standards, and taking stock. The course ends with a post-test to see what learners have learned and a certificate of completion that can be printed.
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This course can be downloaded for offline use on CD-ROM or flash drive. The HCI_CD.zip file is 65.4 MB.