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These are courses or links to free courses to help us manage the COVID-19 situation as an individual or as an organization.

Since these are links, you cannot generate Certificates of Completion from the TESDA Online Program (this platform). However, some courses gives out Certificates for their completers.

Learn how global warming impacts human health, and the ways we can diminish those impacts.

In a matter of weeks, coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the world of work and the sphere of learning and development. It has challenged individuals, employers and workers to adapt to online modalities in all spheres of life. If you are a TVET Manager or Principal aiming to introduce distance and technology-supported programs in your institution/s, the sources below might be helpful. Most of these resources are ‘open access’, but haven’t been created by the ILO, so we can’t guarantee the quality or the relevance to your individual needs.

In a matter of weeks, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the world of work and the sphere of learning and development. It has challenged individuals, employers and workers to adapt to online modalities in all spheres of life. If you are a Student/Learner/Trainee/Apprentice and looking to keep learning and improving your skills in an efficient way, we’ve put together some key sources to help you. Most of these resources are ‘open access’, but haven’t been created by the ILO, so we can’t guarantee the quality or the relevance to your individual needs. Of course, if you are already enrolled in a program, the first thing you should do is contact your institution to see what arrangements are in place for distance or online learning during the lock-down. Beyond that, we hope these resources might help.

In a matter of weeks, coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the world of work and the sphere of learning and development. It has challenged individuals, employers and workers to adapt to online modalities in all spheres of life. If you are a TVET teacher or trainer and are looking to enhance your skills in online teaching or just wanting to learn about the resources available, below are some key resources that might help. Most of these resources are ‘open access’, but haven’t been created by the ILO, so we can’t guarantee the quality or the relevance to your individual needs.

Most health care-associated infections are preventable through good hand hygiene – cleaning hands at the right times and in the right way. The WHO Guidelines on hand hygiene in health care support hand hygiene promotion and improvement in health care facilities worldwide and are complemented by the WHO multimodal hand hygiene improvement strategy, the guide to implementation, and implementation toolkit, which contain many ready-to-use practical tools. This module has been prepared to help summarize the WHO guidelines on hand hygiene, associated tools and ideas for effective implementation.

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This is a guide for healthcare workers involved in patient care activities in a healthcare setting. It aims to show the type of personal protective equipment or PPE needed to correctly protect oneself. Based on the current available evidence, the WHO recommended PPE for the care of COVID patients are CONTACT and DROPLET precautions, with the exception of aerosol producing procedures, which require CONTACT and AIRBORNE (hence, a respirator mask such as N95, FFP2, FFP3). Keeping in mind, PPE is part of a larger infection prevention and control bundle of measures and should be implemented as part of a multimodal strategy of management of COVID-19 patients. Only clinical staff who are trained and competent in the use of PPE should be allowed to enter the patient’s room.

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