International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 8, Part L (2015)
Training and skill development for ‘Asha’ in health education (wsr to iodine deficiency disorder in Bangalore Urban District)
Sateesh B, Dr. M. Ashok Kumar
Training and Skill development for ‘ASHA’ health workers in Primary health Centres and also Health Education with reference to Iodine Deficiency Disorder in Bangalore Urban District is main objective of this study. This article has been published based on the information available with Department of Health and Family Welfare Services and literature review. The National Rural Health Mission has fulfilled its promise of one ASHA in every village of the high focus states. Training is defined by some as systematic transfer of relevant knowledge and skills to a job properly. Thus training is the art of enhancing the, knowledge and skill of an employee (Trainee) for doing a particular job in a better way. You may remember, in our earlier discussion, we have analyzed training as job-oriented and generally deals with current needs (for a Job). The best goal of training is, learn (on the part of trainee) very specific behaviours and skills (so one can deal with different situations in the organization)
How to cite this article:
Sateesh B, Dr. M. Ashok Kumar. Training and skill development for ‘Asha’ in health education (wsr to iodine deficiency disorder in Bangalore Urban District). International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(8): 726-730.