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Training Activities

Activities

  1. Formulation of training policy for state.
  2. Training need assessment (TNA)
  3. Review of training to design and develop training curriculum.
  4. Development and review of training material / modules for various training programmes.
  5. Basic Training of Trainers for all newly joined faculty members at all training institutes in Maharashtra to develop the skill of teaching techniques.
  6. To conduct TOT for state level trainers for various trainings.
  7. Supervision & guidance of peripheral training institutes   HFWTC / DTC/HTC.
  8. Capacity building at all levels.
  9. Monitoring, evaluation and feedback of trainings.
  10. To conduct MPW exams in state

Activities conducted by PHI:

The PHI is actively involved in organizing training programmes for various health functionaries like training of trainers for DTC and HFWTC faculty.

Training of Trainers
            The institute develops training packages and conducts training for faculty of HFWTCs, DTCs , HTCs and Nursing Schools in the state.
            The course aims at developing skills among the existing trainers in the state.  The institute also coordinates & monitors the impact of various trainings organized throughout the state by various health training institutes.

Development   of Modules
One of the fundamental elements for conducting trainings is the availability of training material. Public Health Institute is actively engaged in developing good quality modules for training.  Apart from this the institute is also engaged in updating the existing modules as per recent requirements and translating the modules in Marathi. To a great extent this activity helps in creating  easy, participant friendly reading material which ultimately  helps to give maximum benefit to the trainers as well as the  trainees .

Following modules are developed & some modules are translated by PHI faculty members:

  • ASHA Modules (1 to 7)
  • ARSH Module for ASHA/AWW
  • ARSH Module for Peer group
  • ASHA facilitator Guide
  • Sickle Cell Module
  • Grief Counseling Module
  • Revising & updating all 4  MPW Modules
  • Mental Health Module

Capacity Building
The institute also conducts CME for capacity building of faculty members of HFWTC, DTC & HTC

 Professional Development Course
This 70 days course is designed and conducted by NIHFW New Delhi. This is for senior MPSC Selected Medical Officers. During this course the main focus is on various subjects like Management, Administration, NRHM, National Programmes and Basic Computer training. There are three field visits of which one is within the state and two are out of state. This helps to get first hand practical experience of the Public Health activities in those states. Till now eleven batches of PDC have been conducted. Total 182 participants have been trained till date. The 12th batch of PDC is proposed to be held in 2011 from Aug to Oct 2011.
Eligibility criteria for joining the course are:

  • Medical graduate or post graduate working in health services in the state of Maharashtra or Goa.
  • Minimum qualification should be MBBS.
  • 8 to 10 years of service in the department.
  • Recently promoted or likely to be promoted as district level officer.
  • Interested and committed to spend 10 weeks.

  BASIC TRAINING OF MPWS
Basic training of MPWs for one year is conducted by six HFWTCs under the supervision of PHI, Nagpur. There final annual examination is conducted and the result is declared by PHI Nagpur. The total duration of training is 1 year which includes 3 months of field training in the rural area & 1 month at urban health post to be adopted by individual training centre. Till date 10,321 MPWs have been trained in the state.  

            In the year of 2010 MPW training modules (6th edition 2010) have been revised & updated by faculty members of PHI, Nagpur.

Moreover for monitoring the exam faculty members of PHI, Nagpur visits to all the HFWTCs where the exam is scheduled to be held. Apart from this Principal PHI personally visits all the exam centers during this period.

HALF YEARLY INSPECTION OF HFWTCS, DTC & HTC
Every year half yearly Inspection of all HFWTCs, DTC, HTC is carried out by faculty members PHI, Nagpur. During inspection the team observes the ongoing training activities and guides them. During the visit, IPHS standard PHCs, RH, SDH and their facility survey is for its quality carried out. After the inspection the feedback report is given to HFWTC and copy submitted   to Addl. Director (fw).

Training Activities

Sr.
No.

Name of the Training

Category of Trainee

Duration of Training

1

Professional Development Course

Senior MOs

70 days

2

Basic TOT

Faculty Member

8  days

3

ARSH  TOT

Faculty Member

5 days

4

Counselors trg.

Newly appointed

3 days

5

Lab Tech. TOT

Pathologist/Lab Tech.

1 day

6

RTIs/STIs TOT

Faculty Member

2 days

7

RTIs/STIs trg.

Medical officers

2 days

8

RTIs/STIs trg.

ANM, LHV

2 days

9

TOT for SAB and BEMOC

MO / PHN / SN

2 Days

10

IUCD TOT

MO

6 Days

11

IUCD Training

MO/ANM

6 Days

12

IYCN

HA/ANM/SN

3 Days

13

IYCN

MO(SDH/RH/PHC)

1 Day

14

Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illnesses (IMNCI)

MO

8 Days

15

IMNCI Health and Nutrition Training

ICDS & Para medicals

8 Days

16

IMNCI for Facilitators

Facilitators

2 Days

17

IMNCI for CDPO & ACDPO

CDPO / ACDPO

2 Days

18

F-IMNCI

MO

3 Days

19

IMNCI for Supervisors

Supervisors

3 Days

20

RI for MO

Medical officers

3 Days

21

RI for NMC Staff

ANM / SN

2 Days

22

Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH) for Medical Officers

MO

3 Days

23

Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH) for ANM, LHV

ANM, LHV

3 Days

24

Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH) for Anganwadi, ASHA

Anganwadi, ASHA

2 Days

25

Child Death Audit (CDA)

Medical officers, THO

3 Days

26

Skilled Attendant at  Birth (SAB)

ANM / LHV / SN

15 Days

27

NSSK

Medical officers

2 Days

28

NSSK

ANM / LHV

2 Days

29

Basic Emergency Medical and Obstetric Care (BEMOC)

MO

15 Days

30

Comprehensive Emergency Medical and Obstetric Care (CEMOC)

MO

4 Months

31

Life Saving Skills in Anesthesia

MO

18 Weeks

32

Comprehensive Abortion Care (CAC) for Medical Officers

MO

3 Weeks

33

CAC for Support Staff

ANM / LHV / SN

6 Days

34

CAC for Gynecologists

MO (Gynaec)

4 Days

35

CAC for Support Staff

ANM / LHV / SN

4 Days

36

Minilap (Tubectomy) for Medical Officers

MO (MBBS)

6 Weeks

37

Minilap for Support Staff

ANM / LHV / SN

6 Days

38

Non- Scalpel Vasectomy (NSV)

MO (MBBS)

4 Days

39

Laparoscopy for Gynecologists/ Surgeons

MO

12 Days

40

Contraceptive Update (IUCD)

ANM /LHV / SN

6 Days

41

Contraceptive Update (IUCD)

MO

6 Days

42

NRHM Training PRI Members

Master Trainers

2 Days

43

NRHM Training PRI Members

THO / MO

1 Day

44

NRHM Training Regular Health Staff

Health Staff

1 Day

45

NRHM Training PRI Members

TOT

1 Day

46

NRHM Training PRI Members

District Mission

1 Day

47

NRHM Training PRI Members

District RKS

1 Day

48

NRHM Training PRI Members

SDH / RH RKS

1 Day

49

NRHM Training PRI Members

PHC RKS

1 Day

50

NRHM Training PRI Members

ZP Members

1 Day

51

NRHM Training PRI Members

PS Members

1 Day

52

NRHM Training PRI Members

VHC Members

1 Day

53

Sickle Cell Disease Control Programme

Medical officers

2 Days

54

Sickle Cell Disease Control Programme

Lab Tech RH

2 Days

55

Sickle Cell Disease Control Programme

Lab Tech PHC

1 Day

56

Sickle Cell Disease Control Programme

ANM/MPW /Volunteers

1 Day

57

TOT on Hydroxyurea treatment under Sickle Cell Control Programme

Physician

1 Day

58

Mainstreaming of AYUSH

Contractual AYUSH MO

3 Days

59

Quality Assurance

DQAG

3 Days

60

Laparoscopy for Gynecologists/ Surgeons

MO

12 Days

61

Induction Training of Contractual Nursing Staff

ANM /LHV / SN

12 Days

62

Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) TOT Module – I

Facilitator

7 Days

63

ASHA TOT Module – II

Facilitator

4 Days

64

ASHA TOT Module – III

Facilitator

4 Days

65

ASHA TOT Module – IV

Facilitator

4 Days

66

ASHA TOT Module – V

Facilitator

4 Days

67

ASHA TOT Module – VI & VII

Facilitator

14 Days

68

Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) Mod.I (Tribal)

ASHA

7 Days

69

ASHA Module II

ASHA

4 Days

70

ASHA Module III

ASHA

4 Days

71

ASHA Module IV

ASHA

4 Days

72

ASHA Module V

ASHA

4 Days

73

Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) Mod. I (Non Tribal)

ASHA

7 Days

74

ASHA Module II

ASHA

4 Days

75

ASHA Module III

ASHA

4 Days

76

ASHA Module IV

ASHA

4 Days

77

ASHA Module V

ASHA

4 Days

78

Training on Biomedical waste

MO & Health workers

1 Day



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