HHFA data collection training of trainers

The usefulness of a Harmonized Health Facility Assessment (HHFA) depends on the quality of the data collected. One of the best ways to ensure quality data is through proper training of data collectors. This course equips qualified health professionals at country level with the core knowledge to facilitate training sessions for collection of HHFA data from health facilities.

Self-paced
Language: English
Not disease specific

Course information

Overview

All countries are working towards achieving universal health coverage (UHC). Well-functioning health facility services are central to UHC.

The HHFA is a survey of health facilities to collect information on the availability of services and the capacities of facilities to deliver quality services. It can provide key information on how well facility services are working.

The HHFA works with trained teams of data collectors who go to health facilities and use a questionnaire to collect data about various aspects of health services. Therefore, proper training in data collection is paramount for a quality data set.

This course equips qualified health professionals at country level with the core knowledge to facilitate sessions for collection of HHFA data. It is targeted at health professionals with training experience who oversee quality components in service delivery.

Course duration

Approximately 15 hours

Certificate

A Record of Achievement certificate will be available to participants who score at least 80% in the final assessment.

Participants who receive a Record of Achievement can also download an Open Badge for this course. Click here to learn how.

What you'll learn

  • describe the HHFA objectives, content, methods, and processes;
  • explain the content and structure of the questionnaire;
  • describe the recommended interviewing practices, and tips to handle difficult situations;
  • explain the basics and the process of data collection in the digital application;
  • explain how to ensure consistency in data collection;
  • define the data collection process and responsibilities;
  • use the supporting tools and documents for data collection training;
  • describe how to organize the data collection training and facilitate training sessions in HHFA data collection.

Course contents

  • Course introduction:

    An introduction to this course on HHFA data collection training of trainers.
  • Module 1: HHFA introduction:

    This module will provide an overview of the HHFA.
  • HHFA data collection training package

  • Module 2: Questionnaire content and structure:

    This module will provide an overview of the HHFA questionnaire content and structure.
  • Module 3: Interviewing skills:

    This module will provide recommended practices and tips for data collectors when interviewing respondents.
  • Module 4: Data collection in CSPro:

    This module will provide an overview of data collection in the digital application.
  • Module 5: Consistency in data collection:

    This module will look at methods for consistency in data collection across categories of information.
  • Module 6: Overview of data collection procedures:

    This module will look at HHFA data collection procedures.
  • Module 7: Navigating the different HHFA tools:

    This module will look at the HHFA tools that are available to support facilitators with data collection training.
  • Module 8: Organization and facilitation of data collection training:

    This module will look at how to organize and facilitate the data collection training.
  • Assessment:

    There are 15 questions in this quiz-based assessment. The questions are a recap of the content covered in Modules 1 to 8. You must score 80% to pass.
  • Resources

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Certificate Requirements

  • Gain a Record of Achievement by earning at least 80% of the maximum number of points from all graded assignments.