After completing this module you will be able to:
- Describe key steps of the JEE process and characteristics of the JEE tool.
- Explain what is expected from team members when facilitating a technical area discussion
- Describe the role of team members in compiling and drafting the Final Report
- Identify critical cultural competencies for effective interactions within team members and with stakeholders


If you received an invitation to take this course: Please follow the instructions given in the invitation to access the course.

The purpose of this module is to introduce students to the terminology, concepts and principles of simulation exercise management prior to undertaking the WHO Simulation Exercise Management Training Course.

On completion of this online module, you should be able to:
- Explain the benefits of simulation exercises as used in the public health domain
- Demonstrate a general knowledge of the terminology, concepts and principles described in the WHO Exercise Manual (2017)
- Describe the different phases of the exercise project cycle (preparatory, planning, conduct and post-exercise)
- Select the type of exercise appropriate for a specific purpose and objectives

This course has been designed to introduce the learners to the knowledge and skills needed for a successful management and facilitation of an After Action Review under the IHR Monitoring and Evaluation Framework using a working group format.
 
At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • explain the context and the purpose of an AAR;
  • describe the general flow of the AAR process (by using the working group format);
  • distinguish roles and responsibilities of facilitators in the AAR process and describe the techniques for participatory facilitation;
  • indicate the resources available for conducting an AAR and know where to find them.


Note: This course countains audio and audio transcription.