This is a free interactive online module, delivered live by RedR UK’s experts, on 21st April from 18:00-20:00 (BST). You will learn how to tell fact from fiction and identify reliable sources of information about COVID-19. You will learn how to respond to COVID-19 myths and how to limit the spread of misinformation in your community.
This module is part of a three-module programme relating to Covid-19. The other modules cover Culturally Appropriate Hygiene Promotion for Covid-19 and Managing Stress During the Covid-19 Pandemic. You may take all three modules or any module individually. You can look at our upcoming module dates here.
Please note these training courses are for a UK-based audience If you are based internationally and would like to participate in Covid-19 training, please contact email@example.com to join our international waitlist.
WHAT DOES THE COURSE COVER?
Misconceptions about COVID-19 (symptoms, treatment, transmission, diagnosis, stockpiling)
How to recognise COVID-19 fake news
How to avoid stereotypes when talking about the virus, and prevent stigma and discrimination
Where to find reliable information
The module is designed for those working in the community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK. This includes NGO personnel, community group members, faith leaders, and volunteers.
For this module, RedR UK is also offering HPass Badging. An HPass badge is a digital indicator of achievement, and a way for participants to demonstrate their skills and experience. If you complete all three of RedR UK’s Covid-19 modules, you will receive a milestone badge. More information on HPass Badging can be found here.
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