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Home / GRADUATE SCHOOL USA DELIVERS TRAINING TO THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION IN MOZAMBIQUE
Posted on Nov 09, 2017
Graduate School USA recently taught three courses to the staff of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in Maputo, Mozambique.
Graduate School USA instructor Clarissa Corbin taught two, five-day Project Management classes, from September 11 - 22, 2017. The Project Management course aims at giving participants the crucial skills for success, specifically, learning how to organize a project, track costs and time expenditure, manage quality and risk, evaluate human resources requirements and overcome potential obstacles.
From September 26 – 28, 2017, Graduate School USA instructor Debby Deichman taught a three-day Leadership Skills course that explores how to identify leadership opportunities, use your natural strengths to take on important leadership roles within an organization, and addresses personal leadership styles. The course also provides valuable information on discovering techniques to become an effective leader, modeling how leaders use conflict resolution techniques, strategies to motivate team performance, and effectively responding and adapting to change. The attendees included branch chiefs and team leads.
The participants were a mix of U.S. direct hire and locally employed staff from across the fields of HIV care and treatment, maternal and child health, informatics, Lab, Epidemiology and Surveillance. The evaluations conducted at the end of the training reflected high participant satisfaction with all of the courses. Many of the attendees said they will immediately begin to apply what they learned from the courses in the workplace.
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