ALSG aims to save lives by providing training and will consider collaborations and partnerships with organisations that hold the same objectives. Drop us an email to email@example.com and we'll be in touch to discuss how best to approach your request, for example:
- If you have an idea for a new course
- You are looking for a training partner for bid or grant applications
- You require a training partner for a tender
- Development and delivering training to enhance a project
- You are looking for an existing course to enhance your service
Maternal and Childhealth Advocacy International (MCAI) has a 20 year track record of saving and improving the lives of babies, children, and pregnant women and adolescent girls in some of the world’s most troubles countries. We work in partnership with MCAI to develop and deliver a Strengthening Emergency Health Care (SEC) programme in low-income countries (currently Liberia and The Gambia). Click here to read more...
Our Strengthening Emergency Health Care Programme aims to overcome the many barriers faced by women, children and infants when seeking appropriate and timely care and takes a practical rights-based approach to health care. The SEC programme involves training different types of health workers in the emergency management of babies, children, and pregnant women, renovating and refurbishing health facilities, providing medical equipment, supplies and emergency medicines and organising transport systems to take seriously ill patients to health facilities.
Please click here for information on the courses included in this programme. Also visit MCAI to read more about MCAI’s innovative project to provide free of charge a comprehensive textbook and practical pocketbooks in the hospital care of maternal, child and neonatal health, to front-line health workers in low resource settings. Buying these books helps to fund this not-for-profit project.
We have worked with the military in the UK to adapt our existing paediatric courses to fulfil the training needs of those deployed to Afghanistan. The MIMMS course is also predeployment training.
We have worked alongside the Royal College of Paediatrics and Childhealth (RCPCH) and the NSPCC to develop and implement two training programmes in child protection for trainees in paediatrics, emergency medicine and general practice: Child Protection Recognition and Response (CPRR) and Child Protection in Practice (CPIP). Click here to read more...
The CPRR course has also been adapted for the training of specialist paediatric dentists. This adaptation has been carried out in collaboration with the original three partners and the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry.