Available courses

Resource mobilization refers to all activities involved in securing new and additional resources for your organization. It also involves making better use of, and maximizing, existing resources. This training seeks to provide an overview of the wide range of resource mobilization strategies that or…
In any industry, financial management involves handling routine financial operations, such as negotiating contracts, making cash available for expenses such as payroll, and maintaining a cash cushion for unexpected costs.The primary role of financial management in healthcare organizations is to man…
  • Facilitator: Agnes Njue
Jump start your journey to your next leadership role. Unleash your leadership potential. Leadership and management courses offer resources for both new and seasoned leaders to become more adept at developingemployees, inspiring and guiding teams, managing change, and effectively influencing stakeho…
  • Facilitator: Carol Maina
  • Facilitator: David Muchina
Health commodities directly affect the quality of services, quality of life of patients and their caregivers. Supply and affordability of commodities is essential to success of healthcare goals. This course will expose you to the finer details of health commodity management. It will enable you to c…
  • Facilitator: Nelson Mandela
Category: Public Health
Infection, prevention and control (IPC) is an evidence based approach to preventing harm that can be caused by infection. It seeks to learn from experience and thus prevent avoidable harm to patients and care givers. This is even more so important during this time of COVID-19 where our management o…
  • Facilitator: Faith Kithinji
Category: Public Health
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a communicable respiratory disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus that causes illness in humans. Health workers are central to the COVID-19 pandemic response, balancing additional service delivery needs while preserving access to essential health se…
Quality standards are an integral part of the quality system. They are designed to help laboratories meet regulatory requirements, including local health regulations, and monitor laboratory functions, thereby ensuring laboratory safety and consistency of performance.A QMS provides a set of essentia…
The rational use of medicines requires that patients receive medications appropriate to their clinical needs, in doses that meet their own individual requirements for an adequate period of time, and at the lowest cost to them and their community. This course will take you through the development of…
  • Facilitator: Isaac Mulwa
Pharmacovigilance (PV) relates directly to drug safety. It is the science of collection, detection, assessment, monitoring, and prevention of adverse effects with pharmaceutical products. In this course you will learn the steps and requirements for carrying out pharmacovigilance, you will different…
As a healthcare professional you come across patients needing additional support during their time with you. This is especially so during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. This course is designed to give to practical skills to apply with your interaction with other healthcare workers, patients an…