The course “Management and Facilitation of an After Action Review (AAR)” is now available on OpenWHO.
The course has been designed to introduce learners to the knowledge and skills needed for the successful management and facilitation of an After Action Review (AAR).
The course consists of 4 chapters:
- Chapter 1: Context, purpose and description
- Chapter 2: Key steps for conducting an AAR using the working group format
- Chapter 3: Facilitation guidance
- Chapter 4: Available resources
Upon completion of this online course, the learner should be able to:
- Explain the context and the purpose of an AAR
- Describe the key steps of an AAR process (by using the working group format)
- Describe the roles and responsibilities of facilitators in an AAR and describe the techniques for participatory facilitation
- Access the available resources developed by WHO for conducting an AAR
The target audience of this course consists of IHR NFPs, WHO staff, health professionals, partners and any person interested in reviewing and learning from the response to a public health event or emergency in order to be better prepared for the future.
The course will take approximately 1 hour to complete. Participants who score 80% and above on the final course assessment will be able to download a record of achievement.
You can access the OpenWHO course “Management and facilitation of an After Action Review (AAR)” at this link: https://openwho.org/courses/AAR-en
The OpenWHO team wishes you a successful learning experience!