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Health Education & Promotion

Training in health education and promotion is designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to promote health, prevent diseases, and empower individuals and communities to make informed decisions about their well-being.

This training emphasizes effective communication strategies, program planning, and the utilization of various methodologies to deliver health education messages.

By undertaking this training, participants can become effective health educators and advocates, contributing to the improvement of public health outcomes.

Training Overview

By completing this training, you will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to promote health, educate communities, and drive positive behavior change.

You will become equipped with the tools to plan and implement effective health education programs and make a significant impact on improving health outcomes at both individual and community levels.

What will be covered:

Human Communication Process:

This unit explores the fundamental aspects of effective communication in health education. Participants learn about the components of the communication process, including sender, receiver, message, channel, and feedback. They also learn techniques for enhancing communication skills and building rapport with individuals and communities.

Attitude Formation and Change:

Understanding how attitudes are formed and changed is essential for health educators. This unit examines theories and models of attitude formation and change, such as the theory of planned behavior and the transtheoretical model. Participants learn strategies to influence attitudes and behavior positively.

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs:

Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs is a widely recognized framework in health education. This unit explores the different levels of human needs, from physiological needs to self-actualization, and how meeting these needs contributes to overall well-being. Participants learn how to apply this framework in designing health education programs.

Planning Health Education and Promotion Programs:

Effective planning is critical for successful health education and promotion programs. This unit covers the essential steps in program planning, including needs assessment, setting objectives, designing interventions, implementing strategies, and evaluating program outcomes. Participants gain practical skills in developing comprehensive health education programs.

Teaching Aids and Delivery of Health Messages:

In this unit, participants learn about various teaching aids and tools used in health education, such as visual aids, multimedia presentations, and interactive activities. They explore different methods of delivering health messages to diverse populations and how to tailor messages for maximum impact.

Health Education Methodologies:

This unit introduces participants to a range of methodologies and strategies employed in health education and promotion. Topics covered may include group facilitation techniques, behavior change theories, social marketing, community mobilization, and the use of technology in health education. Participants learn to apply these methodologies effectively in their practice.

Health Education Promotion

Who this course is for:

This training in health education and promotion is relevant to a diverse range of individuals who are passionate about promoting health and well-being.

  • Professionals in the healthcare sector, including doctors, nurses, and public health practitioners, can benefit from this training to enhance their skills in health communication and education.
  • Health educators, community workers, and social workers who work directly with individuals and communities can also benefit greatly from this training.
  • Students pursuing careers in healthcare, public health, or community development may find this training valuable for their future roles.

Training Details

  • Online.
  • Distance Learning.
  • Physical session on request
  • Open to everyone
  • Basic IT skills are essential
  • Have access to a computer, tablet, or smartphone with access to the internet
  • Dedicate 2 hours a week (or a day) to learning online via Google Meet
  • A modern browser like Chrome, Firefox, or Safari

You don’t need any experience with WordPress or with building a website and No Coding Skills required

Course content requirement:

  • 20 hours

Regular learning:

  • 2 hours per week for 10 weeks.

Accelerated program:

  • 2 hours per day for 2 weeks.

Assessments per module covered.

Final Assessment at completion of the program.

Project to evaluate your understanding.

If successfully completed, you will be awarded a certificate by Beta Care Training Institute.

Cost: 10k Per person (discount for groups of more than 5 people)

The fees should be paid by Direct Deposit to:

  • Bank: Co-operative Bank
  • Branch: Githunguri
  • Account name: Beta Care Training Institute
  • Account no: 1192538722900

You can also pay via Lipa na M-Pesa; Paybill

  • Business number: 400222
  • Account number: 7229#ID No

 

Please call 0708177909 for more information. 

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