July, 2024
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TRANSiTION – Exclusive Train the Trainers Programme 2024
Jul 6, 2024, 13:31

TRANSiTION – Exclusive Train the Trainers Programme 2024

TRANSiTION is looking for trainers and trainees

Are you ready to take your training skills to the next level and become a driving force for digital transformation in healthcare?

Join an exclusive EU-funded TRANSiTION Train the Trainers (ToT) programme (ID: 101101261) and become a catalyst for change in the healthcare industry!

This Programme is designed to enhance the digital competencies of clinical and non-clinical professionals in the healthcare sector. The goal is to equip professionals with the skills and knowledge necessary to leverage existing digital technologies effectively and embrace new ones, ultimately leading to more efficient, cost-effective, and patient-centered healthcare models.

As the demand for digital literacy in healthcare continues to grow, the need for skilled trainers who can effectively deliver these essential digital skills and promote digital literacy has never been greater.

ToT programme will provide you with the expertise and resources you need to deliver high impact training to healthcare professionals.


Why you should join the TRANSiTION Trainers programme?

Digital Health and Training Methodologies Curriculum: Designed by experts to address the specific needs and challenges of healthcare professionals. Moreover, you will learn training methodologies that will enhance your effectiveness as a trainer.

Practical application: You will have the opportunity to participate as a trainer in the TRANSiTION pilot training course for HCPs and non-clinical professionals as health managers.

Networking opportunities: Connect with other trainers who share your passion for digital healthcare education.

Certification and recognition: Upon successful completion of the programme, you’ll receive training programme accreditation.


“The timing of this project couldn’t be better, as it provides us with the unique opportunity to showcase how our work can align with the European Year of Skills.”,Prof. Andreas Charalambous, ECO President and Coordinator of TRANSiTION programme.

Key information

  • The ToT programme is primarily delivered online via the MOODLE platform, allowing participants to engage in virtual learning activities from anywhere. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to attend on-site workshops at selected locations.
  • The course platform will be accessible from July to August 2024 for specialized trainer modules, and from September 2024 to January 2025 for clinical and non-clinical modules.
  • Training methods include interactive presentations, engaging lectures, case studies, and informative videos to cater to diverse learning styles and ensure maximum retention of knowledge.
  • Each program section is followed by self-assessment questions, and a final quiz covering all sections will be administered at the end of the program.

The program is offered free of charge to all participants. This includes access to all program materials, the virtual learning platform, and certification upon successful completion.

Target Audience: Oncology nurses, general medicine practitioners, radiation oncologists, surgical oncologists, medical oncologists, and any other healthcare professional in cancer care, as well as non-clinical professionals such as health managers.

The three target groups are:

  1. Clinical professionals in general medicine, medical oncology, radiation oncology, surgical oncology, and cancer nurses.
  2. Non-clinical professionals working on health planning, procurement and management.
  3. Patients

Focus: Enhancing digital competencies, fostering readiness for adopting new technologies, and promoting a culture of change management.

Individualization: Customization based on diverse professional needs is facilitated through different learning pathways.

See the full curriculum and apply now.


“Cancer Professionals can benefit from this initiative through training and development opportunities, enabling them to stay up to date with the latest technologies and best practices to improve the quality of care for patients.” Mr Loucas Fourlas, Member of the European Parliament.

The TRANSiTION project is developing an advanced education programme for healthcare professionals and non-clinical staff (i.e. health managers), which will equip them with digital skills needed to exchange information more efficiently and effectively with patients and other professionals. The project commenced by assessing and mapping the current digital skills and has engaged directly with stakeholders to identify their specific needs. This will enable and facilitate professionals and non-clinical staff to adopt new digital tools and integrate them into their everyday practices enabling a smoother digital transition.

Led by the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT), the project collaborates with various organisations and uses a problem-solving, teamwork approach to enhance competencies. TRANSiTION has a consortium of 25 partners from 14 member states with expertise in professional development and training programmes in the healthcare sector.

The European Cancer Organisation (ECO) leads the communication and dissemination activities.