This e-learning course is designed for front-line managers of institutions hosting or serving people who are medially or socially vulnerable to the impact of COVID-19. It is a non-moderated and self-paced course. You can decide when to start it, interrupt and resume to continue at any time. In total, the course is designed to take from 1 to 3 hours to complete. The content of this course is available in all 24 EU official working languages.

Upon completion of this e-learning course you will be able to:

  1. Define some groups that are medically or socially vulnerable to COVID-19.
  2. Identify the good practices developed by Member States in order to support these populations.
  3. Identify the special provisions to mitigate the challenges of people in: 

- Long-Term Care Facilities (LTCF)
- Prisons
- Migration and detention centres

This e-learning course is non-moderated and self-paced. You can decide when to start it, interrupt and resume to continue at any time. In total, the course is designed to take approximately 2 hours to complete.

Upon completion of this e-learning course you will be able to:

  • explain to decision makers the importance of contact tracing as public health measure in the context of COVID-19;
  • adapt to the local context the processes of contact tracing for COVID-19;
  • identify ways to scale up contact tracing and reflect on how to adapt them to the local context;
  • understand the benefits and risks of using mobile applications to undertake contact tracing;
  • identify indicators to measure the efficacy and effectiveness of contact tracing operations;
  • recognise the importance of contact tracing data analysis.