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Programming for Infant and Young Child Feeding - UNICEF Trainingwith Christina Stark
This free training course aims to enhance the competencies and build capacity of UNICEF staff and counterparts who are involved in Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) programmes in low- and middle-income countries. This includes programme development, programme implementation, programme evaluation, and other related activities for improving nutrition and health outcomes of infants, young children and women.
Starting 12 November 2018, this course will have a new home and will only be offered through Agora, UNICEF’s global hub for learning.
Anyone who wants to take the course after 12 November 2018 will need to register for the course on Agora. The content is the same and you will still be able to earn personalized certificates of completion. The course remains free.
Anyone who already registered for the course through Cornell NutritionWorks prior to 12 November 2018 will have 4 months from their registration date to complete the course on Cornell NutritionWorks.
The training course consists of 14 modules, including 11 lectures and 3 case studies:
Essentials of IYCF
After completing the training, you should have:
After completing all 14 modules, the final exam, and a course evaluation survey, you will receive a personalized Certificate of Completion worth 14 continuing professional education modules. You can also earn a Certificate of Completion for each individual module whether or not you complete the entire training course.
Date Created: 9/19/16