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Webinar Recording

For those who may have missed the webinar Micro-learning tools for water treatment and drinking water quality testing, you can view the recording here.

We hope you’ll find the micro-learning tools valuable as you implement your programs in community water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).

Additional resources:

  • Online learning modules are available on community WASH promotion, monitoring for improvement, and lots more. Visit washresources.cawst.org to browse our collections. You can find the HWTS collection here.
  • Are you planning or implementing a WASH project that’s keeping you up at night? Any questions that you’re not sure how to answer? Don’t know which is the right hardware for your context, or how to encourage people to use it? For these and lots of other challenges, we’re here to help.
  • Apply now at cawst.org/services/consulting for free, real-time support with one of our experts. It’s available in English, French and Spanish, on a variety of different topics.

Micro-learning tools for water treatment and drinking water quality testing

Come join us in a new live webinar to preview our new micro-learning tools for water treatment and drinking water quality testing. They are ideal for application in professional development, foundational skills refreshment, and as on-the-job aids. Not only that, they are free, fast, and fun!

Micro-learning tools for water treatment and drinking water quality testing

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

8 a.m. MT

Delivered in English

Micro-learning plays a key role in demystifying complex topics, and serves as a foundation for deeper learning opportunities on other platforms. You can also use it to troubleshoot simple problems in the field. As you’ll see in this webinar, you can interact with them as videos, infographics, games, quizzes, job aids and more.

Find out how you can use these tools to implement your projects, develop your skills, and train others. 

Register now at [Zoom link]

Can’t attend live? The webinar will be available on demand. If you register, we’ll send you a link to view the recording. You can also check out online learning on community WASH promotion, monitoring for improvement, and lots more. Visit washresources.cawst.org to browse our collections.

This project is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of CAWST (Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

Humanitarian water engineering course

New course launched by the Dahdaleh Institute to advance technical knowledge of water engineering in humanitarian response. 

The Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research is launching a new Humanitarian Water Engineering Intensive Course this Fall. The course is an opportunity to gain practical knowledge of the design, construction, and operation of water supply systems in emergencies. It will cover both the theoretical fundamentals and the practical considerations of providing safe water, from source to consumer, in humanitarian contexts.

 

Eva Manzano
Senior WASH Advisor for Latin America, CAWST

Online WASH´em training (Spanish)

Hola,
Desde CAWST estamos planificando un curso virtual sobre la herramienta Wash´Em como parte de nuestra alianza con la London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine y Action Contre la Faim y financiado por USAID.

¿Qué es Wash´Em?

Wash'Em es una herramienta para personal humanitario, diseñada para crear programas efectivos de promoción de lavado de manos basados en la evidencia y el contexto de forma rápida.

Wash’Em cuenta de dos etapas: la primera es la recopilación de información en terreno a través de las herramientas de evaluación rápida; la segunda es introducir los resultados en el software de la plataforma para generar recomendaciones del tipo de actividades de promoción de lavado de manos más apropiadas para su contexto específico.

Este curso les permitirá conocer con estas herramientas de evaluación y generación de recomendaciones y ponerlas en práctica.


Formato del evento y fecha tentativa

  • Se trata de un evento virtual, en formato híbrido que incluye trabajo personal para el aprendizaje de las diferentes herramientas de Wash´Em y sesiones en vivo de aplicación.
  • El trabajo personal requeriría un tiempo estimado de 3-4 horas por parte de los asistentes para completar los módulos interactivos.
  • Se organizarían 4 sesiones en vivo a lo largo de 2 semanas de 3 horas/sesión (total de 12 horas)
  • La fecha tentativa para la realización de esta formación es el mes de septiembre
  • Esta formación es totalmente gratuita y no tiene ningún costo.

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