With an aim to digitalise the learning method of Community Paramedics (CP), ASTHA has partnered with a pedagogical partner and two IT partners for developing an e-learning platform.
Swisscontact becomes the first mover in digital training space at VET in southeast Asia with this pilot intervention. The e-learning platform will enable both the teachers and students to have access to contents, quick delivery of lessons, updated and enhanced contents and the opportunity to develop advanced skills. In this era of technology, blended learning is slowly becoming an integral part in education/ training sector as it improves the quality of education and information assimilation while making teaching more efficient and productive.
Driven by this vision, ASTHA has recently launched the pilot of creating an e-learning platform for prospective Community Paramedics. The event was held on September 16,2021 at Hotel Amari. It has partnered with RADDA Community Paramedic Training Institute, Auleek Limited and ADN DigiNet.
Achieving Sustainability Towards Healthcare Access (ASTHA) has been facilitating the professional CP training program and working with the public and private sectors to promote and enhance CP services to ensure access to quality primary healthcare in Bangladesh.