This seminar promotes basic health education for oral learners. Participants learn about working with the government, local health care workers, and/or community members to attain a measurable decrease in illness and death. Some modules will be completed in CNH 165 and some in CNH 166. Modules include topics such as family issues, learning styles, sanitation, respiratory issues, nutrition, malaria, water, and communicable diseases.
After initial training, seminar trainees will visit communities twice weekly to teach the topics learned to a new group. In order to become a health care trainer for oral learning cultures, seminar participants are required to complete two seminars (CNH 165/166) at 2-3 weeks each. It does not matter which seminar is done first.
No upcoming course dates.