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TRAINING DIVISION

 

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Training is integral to MedSIN-Sudan’s work. We want future generations to be equipped for their changing roles and responsibilities to health and healthcare. Training students in management and leadership skills is one way we can help students develop the necessary skills.

Our training manual and training workshops also help students set up and run their local health projects and campaigns.

MedSIN-Sudan is constantly striving to improve the quality of the training it offers. Students usually do not come to university with the skills required to train their peers. We are keen to generate a network of highly qualified, motivated students  who can offer training at both national MedSIN-Sudan events and throughout the year in their local universities.

At the IFMSA meeting in Estonia, March 2003, the idea of having a Training New Trainers (TNT) workshop was born. A group of IFMSA medical students wanted to do something more than run training sessions, they wanted to see IFMSA members trained to run their own sessions. They wanted students with a professional attitude to the important issue of training, students not only with experience, but with the skills to pass on that experience.

Training New Trainers (TNT) is a three day workshop doing just that.  The workshop ran for the first time in Egmond-aan-Zee, Holland in August 2003 .

MedSIN Sudan Has a training committee to ensure organization and sustainability of the trainings, it's members are those who attended TNT workshops from Sudan and became IFMSA official trainers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Training is integral to MedSIN-Sudan’s work. We want future generations to be equipped for their changing roles and responsibilities to health and healthcare. Training students in management and leadership skills is one way we can help students develop the necessary skills.

Our training manual and training workshops also help students set up and run their local health projects and campaigns.

MedSIN-Sudan is constantly striving to improve the quality of the training it offers. Students usually do not come to university with the skills required to train their peers. We are keen to generate a network of highly qualified, motivated students  who can offer training at both national MedSIN-Sudan events and throughout the year in their local universities.

At the IFMSA meeting in Estonia, March 2003, the idea of having a Training New Trainers (TNT) workshop was born. A group of IFMSA medical students wanted to do something more than run training sessions, they wanted to see IFMSA members trained to run their own sessions. They wanted students with a professional attitude to the important issue of training, students not only with experience, but with the skills to pass on that experience.

Training New Trainers (TNT) is a three day workshop doing just that.  The workshop ran for the first time in Egmond-aan-Zee, Holland in August 2003 .

MedSIN Sudan Has a training committee to ensure organization and sustainability of the trainings, it's members are those who attended TNT workshops from Sudan and became IFMSA official trainers.

 

 

 

 

 

At the IFMSA meeting in Estonia, March 2003, the idea of having a Training New Trainers (TNT) workshop was born. A group of IFMSA medical students wanted to do something more than run training sessions, they wanted to see IFMSA members trained to run their own sessions. They wanted students with a professional attitude to the important issue of training, students not only with experience, but with the skills to pass on that experience.

Training New Trainers (TNT) is a three day workshop doing just that.  The workshop ran for the first time in Egmond-aan-Zee, Holland in August 2003 .

MedSIN Sudan Has a training committee to ensure organization and sustainability of the trainings, it's members are those who attended TNT workshops from Sudan and became IFMSA official trainers.

Training is integral to MedSIN-Sudan’s work. We want future generations to be equipped for their changing roles and responsibilities to health and healthcare. Training students in management and leadership skills is one way we can help students develop the necessary skills.

Our training manual and training workshops also help students set up and run their local health projects and campaigns.

MedSIN-Sudan is constantly striving to improve the quality of the training it offers. Students usually do not come to university with the skills required to train their peers. We are keen to generate a network of highly qualified, motivated students  who can offer training at both national MedSIN-Sudan events and throughout the year in their local universities.