The Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK) recently renewed its existing partnership with InOrder on upskilling healthcare professionals in public health facilities in the state of Telangana. TASK forged new partnerships with 20 organisations while renewing partnerships with 26 organisations, one of which is InOrder, to launch several courses, impacting 150,000 professionals and students.

InOrder, under Affordable Quality Health, had signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the TASK last year towards skill enhancement training programmes for support staff and nursing staff at various government hospitals and healthcare institutions in the state of Telangana. The training programs were rolled out in December, 2021 and so far about 1200 healthcare staff have been trained  under this partnership.

TASK is a non-profit organization set up by the Government of Telangana under its Department of Information Technology, Electronics & Communications, to bring synergy among institutions of the government, industry, and academia with an objective of making available quality human resources and services.

The MoU signing ceremony was addressed by Mr. K T Rama Rao, Minister, Information Technology Electronics and Communications, Industries and Commerce and MAUD, Government of Telangana, and Mr. Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary Information Technology, Electronics & Communication, Government of Telangana. The partnership between TASK and AQH aims to upskill and re-skill healthcare professionals in public health facilities in the districts identified by the commissioner, Health & Family Welfare and Mission Director, National Health Mission, with a focus on quality of care and patient safety. The training focuses on clinical nursing, nursing management, quality of care at point of delivery, infection prevention and control, patient safety and COVID care management.  The healthcare professionals cadre includes nursing, patientcare attendants, housekeeping, and security teams across the secondary care public health facilities such as district hospitals, area hospitals, and community health centres. The project aims at training 2000+ professionals from the workforce

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