THE ACTIVE OFFER OF FRENCH LANGUAGE HEALTH SERVICES: Why It Matters and How to Put It Into Practice-PE-EN
Welcome to this online training on the active offer of French language health care services. This training course was developed by the Réseau du mieux-être francophone du Nord de l’Ontario (Réseau).
- Training course goals:
- Discuss the importance of the active offer of French language health services with individuals who work or study in the field of health care.
- Promote the important role individuals can play in ensuring ongoing improvement of the active offer of French language health services.
- Support a safe environment and provision of quality care for patients and clients.
This 5-hour training includes an introduction and six modules. In order to receive a certificate of completion, you must complete the evaluations for the 6 modules and meet the passing score indicated in each evaluation.
Terms and Conditions
You are about to begin the training Active Offer of French Language Health Services: Why It Matters and How to Put It Into Practice. At the end of each Module, questions will test your comprehension of the content. You will then be asked if that content meets the stated learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter. You will also be asked to give your comments and suggestions for improving the training.
Once you have completed all the requirements of the training, you will be able to print and save your certificate.
This online training Active Offer of French Language Health Services: Why It Matters and How to Put It Into Practice, has received financial support from Health Canada under the Roadmap for Canada’s Official Languages 2013-2018: Education, Immigration, Communities in the form of a grant to develop the training.
The online interactive training has received in-kind support from Société Santé en français (SSF), the Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS) – Volet Université Laurentienne, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) and the French Language Health Networks of Ontario and French Language Health Planning Entities of Ontario.
Content was developed independently, with no influence from any of the supporting agencies.