So much of your work in global health is project-based. Whether you’re training healthcare workers implementing an intervention, adopting a health information system, or evaluating for quality improvement. Good project management is crucial for the success of these endeavors.
Many organizations approach their job by creating a dependent workforce — staff that will need to always depend on what they are told to get the job done. At Heartland Alliance LTD/GTE (HALG), we see things differently. Built on a simple yet powerful theory of change, at the HALG Learning Center; known as the GRAVITAS Institute, we believe that if we enable staff to build competence and cognate capacity within their roles and unit in the organization, and if we support workforce development, using more sophisticated and nuanced, approaches, the organization can leverage greater internal capacity. Knowledge transfer and capacity building through training, coaching, and skills training are at the heart of what we do. It is a partnership that provides value for all concerns.
In an ever-changing global landscape, designed based on the ADDIE model and facilitated by a team of seasoned project management professionals, this course will give you hands-on tips, bespoke tools, and techniques on how to address unexpected challenges that inevitably arises.
By the end of the Project Management course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of project management, including conducting needs assessments, engaging, and managing stakeholders, creating planning and implementation documents, managing project resources, micro-planning for effective and efficient project implementation, and evaluating the project.
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This online, entry-level course has video lectures, case studies, readings, discussion forums, quizzes, and practical assignments. The course is taught in English.
The course is most useful for public health and healthcare professionals who have some experience in projects and who wish to enhance their skills working with people and organizational resources. Participants will require basic knowledge of internet tolls and resources.