TMF team changes:
As many of you might know, we have just brought in two junior MaxStations in Thailand and Malaysia; and we are in the process of finding a MaxStation for Sudan.
Earlier this month, Susana announced that it is time for her to move on. She is moving to another job that will allow her to be closer to her daughter on an everyday basis.
For those of you that might not know, Susana was the “original” program officer when GIPAP started; the first 100 cases in GIPAP were managed by her and mostly through a notebook and her great memory. We have come a long way since then. Her official end date has not been set yet. We will miss her, but she will forever remain part of the history of TMF and we hope to have her as a volunteer in the future. For now, we are soon starting to look for a replacement for her.
2008 Training Strategy for MaxStations and Program Officers
As you all know, with so many new projects and a constant need to share information with each other, we are in urgent need to find a way to facilitate information transfer and training of the entire team. Last year’s focus on emails, FTP site document storage and bi-monthly TC’s are not enough any more to ensure everyone is well trained.
We are in the process of re-designing our training SOP. Below are a few highlights of the new strategy:
And so that you all start preparing yourselves for training, here are some of the very important topics coming up soon: