Education is an important and constantly expanding resource of WMDA. Our eLearning programs offer a variety of opportunities for healthcare professionals to expand their knowledge by participating in any of these online programs:
- WMDA/EBMT Search Coordinator Certificate Programme Basic Level
If you start to work in the field of blood stem cell transplantation and would like to learn more about the terminology and the field we recommend to sign up for the basis course Search Coordinator Certificate Programme (SCCP). This programme is primarily meant for search coordinators. However, it is also valuable for people with other backgrounds working in the field of stem cell transplantation, like laboratory technicians, nurses, physicians, or people working in a donor centre or donor registry. The 9 month programme consists of nine online lectures, every three weeks. Interested? The course starts twice a year and it is possible to do the whole training course or to sign up for separate modules. The next course starts on January 29th, with a final exam on November 29th, 2018. The accelerated version has a lecture every two weeks, with the final exam on June 7th, 2018.
- WMDA/EBMT Search Coordinator Certificate Programme Advanced Level
If you have successfully completed the basic level course you can sign up for the advanced level. Interested? The course starts twice a year. Find more information about this course and register yourself now.
- WMDA Reviewers Training Programme
This unique programme is developed to get trained in the WMDA Standards and the WMDA Accreditation Programme. The programme is divided in sixteen modules, where all aspects of the WMDA Accreditation Programme are presented. New potential WMDA reviewers, but also staff preparing for WMDA Accreditation are welcome to sign up. Interested? The course starts weekly. Find more information about this course and register yourself now!
FACT Allied Learning Center
The WMDA supports the centralised resource to quickly and easily obtain online modules applicable for cord blood operations. All potential training opportunities are visible in the FACT Allied Learning Center.