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.

This online tutorial is designed to support the users of The European Surveillance System (TESSy) on how to use the recently added functionalities to report COVID-19 cases.

Although this tutorial is open to any learner, only officially nominated contact points in each EU Member State will have access to TESSy to report cases.