7 Tips for Writing the Perfect Training Project Scope Statement

Write the Perfect Training Project Scope Statement in 7 Steps

Stub HTML Message text/html 29fb If there’s one thing that stands between you and a successful training project, it’s a fuzzy scope. Yes, training learners is the whole reason why you launch a professional development project. But if the project itself isn’t managed well, then it will be a struggle for everyone to get through, …

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Online training return on investment

7 Tips for Improving the ROI of Your Professional Development Programs

Making the case for community health workers is an uphill battle — but it is always worth the effort.

You’ve seen the data: a University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine report is one of many that show how the CHW model can reduce admissions and lead to better health outcomes for hospitalized patients and outpatient settings.

Unfortunately, too many organizations still find it difficult to make the business case for hiring, using and training community health workers. They offer excuses about the expense, or they vastly underuse their existing CHWs.

Convincing decision-makers to deploy groups of frontline health workers may not be easy, but hopefully this round-up of return on investment studies will put you a small step forward. It’s a collection of some of the best ROI studies I’ve seen on why to hire and educate people working in the CHW role.


Training assessments for online courses

How to Make Your Training Assessments More Effective

Training assessments are the key to understanding. Whether you work in healthcare, public health, schools, businesses, or other organizations, they’re the best way to evaluate learner progress. They can help you and your facilitators identify areas where people need extra support in their training—and where your efforts are succeeding Feedback is one of the best …

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