To ensure successful implementation of the Hygiene with Chhota Bheem learning program, we have designed and implemented a one-day introductory workshop and a four-day certification course for community health workers, educators, and anyone else who is interested in promoting best practices of health and hygiene among children and the communities they live in. These workshops introduce trainees to all the components of the learning material, as well as the pedagogical underpinnings it is rooted in.
For Educators & Community workers
This one-day training workshop (over a period of 6 hours) is for educators, health workers, and youth advocates who want to promote health and hygiene awareness among children of 7 to 11 years of age and, through them, the larger community.
This workshop introduces trainees to all the components of the learning material, as well as the pedagogical underpinnings it is rooted in- namely transmedia storytelling and play-based learning.
To introduce trainers who work with children of ages 7 to 11 years in their communities to the Hygiene with Chhota Bheem learning material and campaign.
To identify specific needs and challenges related to hygiene and sanitation in each trainers’ target community and equip them with educational tools to address these challenges.
Four-Day Certification Course
For Master Trainers in education and sanitation
This four-day certification course is an in-person workshop for educators, health workers, and youth advocates who want to train as master trainers of the Hygiene with Chhota Bheem learning program and campaign. Trainees will be equipped with the skills to initiate dialogue and action in their communities on topics of health and hygiene and train members in their community to work with children as change-makers.
To introduce trainers who work in the fields of education and health to the Hygiene with Chhota Bheem learning material and campaign.
To equip master trainers with the skills to train educators, health workers, youth advocates, and young children in health-related action and advocacy for their communities.