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1. Infectious Disease Management course; 2. Bio-risk Management course; 3. Field Experiential learning , 4. Leadership; 5. Training OH Core competences for CPD; 6. AMR in High school and university students

Contact SEAOHUN, AFROHUN or other Global Partners for more information on this training activity.

The following training activity has been registered with OHWA by network partners. This activity may become available in the future on this site.

Training Activity Details Submitted by Network Partner

1.) Please select Network:
AFROHUN

2.) AFROHUN – Please select OHUN or Country:
RWANDA

2.1) RWANDA – Please select a University:
University of Rwanda, School of Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine

3. What is the specific title of the One Health training and empowerment activity?:
1. Infectious Disease Management course; 2. Bio-risk Management course; 3. Field Experiential learning , 4. Leadership; 5. Training OH Core competences for CPD; 6. AMR in High school and university students

4. What is the code number associated with this activity (i.e.in the University’s Catalogue used to enroll in the activity)?:
Since all trainings we offer are not credited we dot have specific Code number

5. Trainee Workload: What are the number of credits or units awarded for completion of the training activity?:
N/A

6. Who is the target audience (types of trainees) for this One Health training and Empowerment activity?:
In-service training or Vocational Training
Pre-service training (Undergraduates or Bachelors)

7. Learning Objective: What are the One Health Competency domains presented for this training and empowerment activity?:
One Health Principles and Concepts
Infectious Disease Management and Fundamentals
Outbreak Investigation and Response
One Health Leadership
Systems Thinking
Gender and One Health
Antimicrobial Resistance and One Health

8. Learning Outcomes: What is the Expected level of Competence for Trainees who complete the One Health training and empowerment activity?:
Intermediate

9. What is the method of delivery of the training activity (Engagement of trainees)?:
In-person learning
Combination of online and in-person

10. Curriculum Design: Is the training activity designed to deliver knowledge of One Health topics or is the emphasis on the level of competencies, or both?:
The syllabus is designed to accommodate both content-driven and competency-based activities.

11. What Teaching Strategies are used?:
In-person group lectures
Online instruction
Synchronous (students learning together at the same time with a teacher)
Class demonstrations (utilizing public speaking: Faculty led activity)
Activity based learning (e.g. role plays, group work)
Problem or case-based learning (e.g. case studies)

12. What is the period of time allocated to the training and empowerment activity?:
Days

12.4 Number of days allocated to the training and empowerment activity:
1-14

13. What is the period of time expected for the instructor (lecturer, faculty member, and teaching assistants) to deliver instruction to the trainee(s)?:
Days

13.2 Number of days expected for the instructor to deliver instruction to the trainee(s):
1-14

14. What are the number of hours of study (outside of direct classroom or virtual instruction) required, including private or group study time, homework, required readings, projects and field practice per week?:
10

15. Are there pre-requisites for the training activity?:
No

17. What is the approximate minimum # of trainees who enroll in this activity each time it is offered?:
35

18. How many times a year is this training and empowerment activity offered?:
1

19. When was the last time that course syllabus was updated?:
06/02/2021

20. Is there a minimum passing score for the course?:
Yes

21. In general, what is the proportion of trainees who pass each time the training and empowerment activity was offered?:
75

22. Please provide the type of evaluation tool used to assess how well the instructor, lecturer, or faculty member performed in delivering the training activity to trainees.:
Trainee feedback
Pre-existing evaluation
Other (specify)

22.1 Please Specify:
Post Training evaluation

23. If there is Trainee feedback (answered in 20), please provide the type of evaluation for trainees to assess the quality of the training and empowerment activity.:
Questionnaire
Meetings/debrief

24. Are trainees who completed the training activity (alumni) tracked to assess if and how they use knowledge gained and competencies acquired in their employment situation?:
No

26. Is there extramural funding support for offering the training activity?:
No

27. Please indicate how the course is funded::
University resources
USAID

28. Is the training activity offered to non-university students?:
No

29. Is the training and empowerment activity documented in the official University catalogue?:
No

31. Is this course approved for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits or hours?:
No

32. Are there new One Health-focused training activities being developed for future offerings at the University?:
Yes, Please list them

32.1 Please list training activities being developed for future offerings::
1. Anti microbial resistance
2. Food Safety

33. Are there One health-focused training activities that will be discontinued in the near future (i.e. next year)?:
No

34. Please share any final comments about the One Health training activity.:
1. There is need to document offered training at University level
2. UR to own the program

35. Is a syllabus (curriculum for the specific training and empowerment activity) available to upload on this website?:
No

38. Are there other training documents available that you are able to upload on this platform (e.g. curriculum document, competency framework, assessment tool, grading rubric, and others)?:
No

41. Are there any comments that you would like to share?:
There is a need to empower faculty to documents and develop training materials

42. Do you have another training and empowerment activity in this category?:
No

Overview

Core Compentency Domains

This material will address the following Core Competency Domains from the One Health Workforce – Next Generation Program:

  • Antimicrobial Resistance and One Health
  • Gender and One Health
  • One Health Leadership
  • One Health Principles and Concepts
  • Outbreak Investigation and Response
  • Risk Analysis
  • Systems Thinking

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